Coroner: Off-duty officer killed in D...

Coroner: Off-duty officer killed in Diamond Bar crash was drunk

There are 79 comments on the San Gabriel Valley Tribune story from May 4, 2010, titled Coroner: Off-duty officer killed in Diamond Bar crash was drunk. In it, San Gabriel Valley Tribune reports that:

Jacqueline Montalvo, 37, a Rowland Heights resident and 11 year veteran of LAPD's Hollywood division sustained fatal injuries when the vehicle she was driving swerved across a median and collided head-on with a truck on Grand Avenue in Diamond Bar on Thursday evening, February 26, 2010.

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Not a moron like HIO

Lincoln, CA

#69 Jan 10, 2013
Law Abiding Citizen wrote:
They are scum. In the past few weeks alone...
1) ex-Whittier PD-several counts of child molestation
2) TWO off-duty LAPD assault a guy in Uptown Whittier
3) LAPD Reservist shoots & kills his unarmed 17 year old son in Monrovia
4) Two cops kidnap & rape a woman at the Ontario Mills mall
5) Huntington Beach police officer is facing charges of rape, forcible sodomy and 17 other charges of physical abuse
That was here, in our immediate area alone and not even all of them. I didn't bother to look all of them up. Those are merely the ones I remember from memory.
Didn't even include the female LHPD cop who was not even charged with killing a couple, when she blew through an intersection at 80 mph!
So what's your point? Most cops are dirty butt they get away with it because of this thing called "the thin blue line". Unless a cop is aired out in a high profile case their buddies won't pursue prosecution.

Dirty cops cover for dirty cops. So get used to it.

Since: Aug 12

Brooklyn, NY

#70 Jan 10, 2013
This is the perfect thread to get hijacked.

Any takers?
JUSTICE SEEKER

Savannah, GA

#71 Jan 12, 2013
Great to see that this thread is alive. It is more than probable that Jaqueline Montalvo was murdered by bad cops for being a good cop. It would be a shame if our world let monsters like John Gregozek and Jeffrey Dunn and Marty Singer win again. There are many stories of complicit coroners and it is very suspicious that no alcohol was at the scene and the speed of the car was never revealed. It is my belief that Montalvo was murdered before being placed in that car and the car was pushed to make it look like an accident. There would be witnesses if she were drunk or at least a bottle of alcohol or the smell of alcohol. As stated, her testimony could have taken down very rich and powerful people. Had she not been so honest and brave and volunteered to testify against bad cops and the cover up that occurred in case 8CA10541, she might very well be alive today.
Law Abiding Citizen

Whittier, CA

#72 Jan 12, 2013
JUSTICE SEEKER wrote:
Great to see that this thread is alive. It is more than probable that Jaqueline Montalvo was murdered by bad cops for being a good cop. It would be a shame if our world let monsters like John Gregozek and Jeffrey Dunn and Marty Singer win again. There are many stories of complicit coroners and it is very suspicious that no alcohol was at the scene and the speed of the car was never revealed. It is my belief that Montalvo was murdered before being placed in that car and the car was pushed to make it look like an accident. There would be witnesses if she were drunk or at least a bottle of alcohol or the smell of alcohol. As stated, her testimony could have taken down very rich and powerful people. Had she not been so honest and brave and volunteered to testify against bad cops and the cover up that occurred in case 8CA10541, she might very well be alive today.
And if she'd never have been stupid enough to become a paid gangbanger, she'd probably be alive today.
Law Abiding Citizen

Whittier, CA

#73 Jan 12, 2013
Not a moron like HIO wrote:
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Dirty cops cover for dirty cops. So get used to it.
I am used to it. I'm not one of the idiots who think cops are the good guys.
here is one is an idiot

Lincoln, CA

#74 Jan 13, 2013
JUSTICE SEEKER wrote:
Great to see that this thread is alive. It is more than probable that Jaqueline Montalvo was murdered by bad cops for being a good cop. It would be a shame if our world let monsters like John Gregozek and Jeffrey Dunn and Marty Singer win again. There are many stories of complicit coroners and it is very suspicious that no alcohol was at the scene and the speed of the car was never revealed. It is my belief that Montalvo was murdered before being placed in that car and the car was pushed to make it look like an accident. There would be witnesses if she were drunk or at least a bottle of alcohol or the smell of alcohol. As stated, her testimony could have taken down very rich and powerful people. Had she not been so honest and brave and volunteered to testify against bad cops and the cover up that occurred in case 8CA10541, she might very well be alive today.
And if your theory is solid, just more proof that the bad cops rule.
Law Abiding Citizen

La Habra, CA

#75 Jan 13, 2013
here is one is an idiot wrote:
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And if your theory is solid, just more proof that the bad cops rule.
The very few good ones generally don't last more than 3-5 years. They realize they are never going to change the bad attitude of the thug cops. You either change and become a thug yourself, or you leave.
Justice seeker

Savannah, GA

#77 Jan 14, 2013
Here is one, the theory is sound and so is your impression that bad cops rule. Not only do they rule but they are willing to murder those who are honest enough to not help them with their crimes. Jaquline Montalvo was on call to testify for an innocent defendant who was being railroaded by the diry cops that make up the LAPD's Threat Mananagment Unit. That unit works on behalf of ruthless law firms not the public. She can be see in the minutes of case 8CA10541. She went against all protocol to tell the truth and three days later she was dead. The ones who said there was no alcohol at the scene weren't lying here. It is the coroner who is lying. Jaqueline Montalvo is a great hero and it is a tragedy that so far the bad cops won and she is seen as a reckless drunk. The actions of the Threat Management Unit should long ago have been scrutinized but they are able to get away with anything. The protect judges and city workers and so they can kill Montalvo and nothing will be investigated.
annoyed

Chico, CA

#78 Jan 14, 2013
Law Abiding Citizen wrote:
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Drinking is the least of their problems. Cops who abuse their authority on a daily basis is what they need to address.(They never will.)
The most recent studies have found problem alcohol drinkers, after a number of years, lose the ability to emphasize; it's apparantly a permanent chemical change. Sorry I don't have the link but it shouldn't be hard to find, if you're interested.

So now add dumbed-out half-brained cops to the growing list of alcoholic dumbells to watch out for.

As far as abuse of authority by police goes, I believe the police call it (have ALWAYS called it?) a "perk", and just as "sacred" as unjustified overtime and their "DUTY" to be liars. So: Will they ever address it?......HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH.
here is one is an idiot

Lincoln, CA

#79 Jan 14, 2013
annoyed wrote:
<quoted text>
The most recent studies have found problem alcohol drinkers, after a number of years, lose the ability to emphasize; it's apparantly a permanent chemical change. Sorry I don't have the link but it shouldn't be hard to find, if you're interested.
So now add dumbed-out half-brained cops to the growing list of alcoholic dumbells to watch out for.
As far as abuse of authority by police goes, I believe the police call it (have ALWAYS called it?) a "perk", and just as "sacred" as unjustified overtime and their "DUTY" to be liars. So: Will they ever address it?......HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAH.
The issue of drugs and alcohol use by cops is well established as fact.

What scares me is the double standard here. A Sacramento area CHP got busted for doing crank on the job and gets probation and as far as we know, he's still on the job. A Roseville city cop get popped for
dui and is still allowed to drive while on duty. I've got a commercial drivers license and there's ZERO tolerance. One dui or drug conviction and my commercial license is gone FOREVER.
Anonymous

South El Monte, CA

#80 Jan 14, 2013
Justice seeker wrote:
Here is one, the theory is sound and so is your impression that bad cops rule. Not only do they rule but they are willing to murder those who are honest enough to not help them with their crimes. Jaquline Montalvo was on call to testify for an innocent defendant who was being railroaded by the diry cops that make up the LAPD's Threat Mananagment Unit. That unit works on behalf of ruthless law firms not the public. She can be see in the minutes of case 8CA10541. She went against all protocol to tell the truth and three days later she was dead. The ones who said there was no alcohol at the scene weren't lying here. It is the coroner who is lying. Jaqueline Montalvo is a great hero and it is a tragedy that so far the bad cops won and she is seen as a reckless drunk. The actions of the Threat Management Unit should long ago have been scrutinized but they are able to get away with anything. The protect judges and city workers and so they can kill Montalvo and nothing will be investigated.
She couldn't have been very bright, to think she could change things. So Cal LEO's have been nothing but paid gangbangers for decades. Anyone with a brain knows this.
Cab

Corona, CA

#81 Feb 10, 2014
She had lunch then stayed and drank for several hours at a popular Chino Hills restaurant. I was there. It is unfortunate but not a conspiracy.
Freddy Krueger

Pacoima, CA

#82 Feb 11, 2014
hahahahaaaa that fat pig got what she deserves...fck a cop in the neck! nothin but a bunch of corrupt officers patrolling our streets.. most of these piggs are the ones that got picked on and beat up when they where kids and now that they have a badge and a gun they think there the shit but they're nothing but filthy lying piggs that cant do nothing right..bunch of scarey fcks!!!
NineOneOne

Becket, MA

#83 Feb 11, 2014
Complain, complain, until you need help! Hope those incompetent pigs will be there when you need them, hey?
The right is wrong

Sacramento, CA

#84 Feb 12, 2014
NineOneOne wrote:
Complain, complain, until you need help! Hope those incompetent pigs will be there when you need them, hey?
Ahhhhhhhhhh, hello! There are a lot of us who don't call the cops, we take care of issues ourselves.

I never call them for traffic accidents, they just screw up the process. I call the fire department, ambulance and tow as needed.

Drug issues, the cops know who ALL the drug dealers are so why report something that they already know about and won't do anything about. And chances are the cops are the ones doing the selling anyway.

Most of them are over paid and under worked.
correcting misinformation

Magalia, CA

#85 Feb 12, 2014
Law Abiding Citizen wrote:
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That's hilarious! A "good cop" wouldn't have done this.
There are VERY few good cops. Maybe 1 in 10.
Nah! Turning your back while others around you violate their oaths and the law is NOT an excuse for a sworn officer. Like in any other criminal occurrence the 10% are charged as accessories and can "cop" to a lighter sentence by providing testimony against the criminals. Another reason they "stick together."
correcting misinformation

Magalia, CA

#86 Feb 12, 2014
Law Abiding Citizen wrote:
<quoted text>
The very few good ones generally don't last more than 3-5 years. They realize they are never going to change the bad attitude of the thug cops. You either change and become a thug yourself, or you leave.
Just EXACTLY like politicians. And we taxpaying citizens are left with the slime that collects in the bottom of the tank.
correcting misinformation

Magalia, CA

#87 Feb 12, 2014
NineOneOne wrote:
Complain, complain, until you need help! Hope those incompetent pigs will be there when you need them, hey?
hey? The police come around (sometimes) after a crime is committed and fill out some papers (for their $150,000.00 per year)) after the __________ has occurred and tell you you'll never see justice because they're too busy.

The police, as approved by case law, are NEVER there when you need them....they're too busy shooting kids and other brilliant acts (some don't even finish high school) and have NO obligation to serve OR protect and in fact do neither.

This is as good as it gets. But as more and more soldiers leave the middle east conflict to become (heavy handed) police here in the U.S. we will see more and more brutality and shootings of kids which I see as our filthy earned legacy for the killings and terror we visited on mostly innocent people overseas.
detective hmmm

Savannah, GA

#88 Apr 18, 2014
cab, then why did the newspaper accounts say she was shopping with friends?

And, what is this "ominous call" you are claiming she or her fellow officer received? Was it similar to the call that Ian Puddick or Alisa Spitzberg received?

And, why is it that the officers smelled no alcohol at the scene?

Her testimony in case 8CA10541 is what doomed her. Nick Kroll, the son of Jules Kroll caused her murder, and it is a tragedy of epic proportions.

Officer Montalvo is a great hero and was never a drunk.

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