Wednesday, November 5, 2014

Mark Montemayor Story

From the Streets

Street Patrol


"Mark Montemayor Story"






HOW LOW CAN YOU GO?

STREET

            “This was in early 1990's when an E.C. Cops 'went off' and shot his wife and himself the day before this E.C. Cop (Mark Montemayor) had beaten and tortured his wife for 3 hours the day before he shot her.  This guy put his gun inside his wife's “privates” during the torture”.
            Street talked with an attorney who was trying to get a “restraining order” against Officer Mark Montemayor. This lawyer went on and started to “give me the goods”.  Street had told him how Street was in the middle of trying to tell Gilbert Bonilla's story Lawyer then proceeded to tell Street about what happened at St. Catherine's Hospital.

             Lawyer goes on to tell me that when he asked for copy of Mrs. Montemayor's medical records he was told, “There was no record of Mrs. Montemayor being treated at St. Catherine's Hospital”.
            This lawyer who told Street this over the phone “got loose”.  He started telling me the “good shit”.  “I talked to Pabey and he was shaking”.  Source goes on.
            And the Chief of Police at the time was none other than George Pabey.  Who according to a source was an active E.C. Poe-Poe.  Allege, that patrolman was instructed to ignore Mrs. Montemayor's calls to E.C.P.D. When her husband Mark Montemayor beat her up,  “Just act like you can't find the address”  Welcome to East Chicago, Indiana!

Back Story:

            The next day after he tortured her for 3 hours Mark Montemayor arrived at St. Catherine's Hospital, this according to retired E.C. Cop.  Sgt. Briones spotted him and simply old him, “Get out of here”.  Sgt. Briones didn't make one attempt to take away Montemayor's radio or gun.  Furthermore there was nothing in regards to Montemayor being written up by Sgt. Briones for beating his wife.  “Unbelievable!”  Was all he could say?  “Briones let him skate”.  Street told this retired cop.  “Yep” cop nodded his head up and down.

Retrospect:

            Everybody at E.C.P.D. Knew Mark Montemayor had “issues” but they looked the other way instead of getting some help for Officer Mark Montemayor.  Leadership starts at the top.