Bodycam Captures Female Cop Punching Woman in The Face

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San Antonio, Texas — On July 5, 2018, at approximately 4:16 a.m., Officer Elizabeth J. Montoya, was dispatched to San Luis Street for a disturbance. Kimberly Ann Esparza, who was six months pregnant, was arrested and handcuffed. Officer Montoya was standing behind Esparza conducting a search when Esparza lifted her bare foot and kicked Officer Montoya. Esparza was placed on the ground to complete the search by Officer Montoya. When she was returned to the backseat of the patrol vehicle, Officer Montoya stated Esparza kicked her again. Officer Montoya struck Esparza once on the right breast and seven (7) times on the head, and then pulled her by her hair to remove Esparza from the patrol vehicle. Later, Montoya forced the suspect out of the vehicle and placed her on the ground for 26 minutes in the rain, the suspension documents say.

“The Administration alleges that Officer Montoya, did not give (the suspect) humane treatment when she left her on the ground in the rain,” administrators wrote in the suspension document. Officer Elizabeth Montoya was fired by the San Antonio Police Department and received her indefinite suspension notice for inhumane treatment of a suspect on Jan. 17. Montoya was also cited for muting her body worn camera when she should not have. Esparza was charged with assaulting a public servant and resisting arrest, but the charges were later dismissed, according to court records. Montoya is appealing the rulings, according to the documents. A Combined Law Enforcement Associations of Texas attorney representing her requested arbitration. She denies all the allegations against her, according to the appeal notice. After her termination from SAPD she was later picked up by the Leon Valley Police Department.

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24 thoughts on “Bodycam Captures Female Cop Punching Woman in The Face

  1. 5:29 her fellow partner like yea im on it leave me tf alone crazy woman 🤣🤣🤣🤣notice he did not even turn around while answering her like woman you just made this situation a lot worse i dont want no part of your stupidity unprofessionalism😂7:04 the look at the fellow officer is PRICELESS like he is terrified of her actions thinking in his head we might need a wagon for the both of you

  2. That lady cop went overboard and she knew it by the way she was acting. Walking nervously all over and none stop talking.
    Plus she is not being truthful when she's telling others what happened.
    I hope the suspect has gotten or gets a good pay day and the lady cop is let go.
    She doesn't need that much authority over others nor does she need to carry a gun.

  3. I Don't care what shes was doing no one should ever punch anyone in the stomach weather she was doing drugs or not what if she wasn't doing drugs and now her baby is probably gonna die and there gonna blame it on her doing the drugs so what if she was resisting doesn't give her the right to punch her in the stomach and she can't even defend herself cause shes in handcuffs george floyd was resisting too same thing and he died just because there resisting arrest doesn't give you the okay to kill or beat them that cop is unprofessional shes acting like shes fighting some girl in the streets how about she tryin fight someone who's 5x bigger than her and your pregnant and handcuffed

  4. Yeah the officer was definitely in the wrong here.
    Said a bunch of things an officer should never say, and assaulted the suspect in ways that weren't helpful or necessary to her detainment.
    It's not the officer's job to deal out "punishment" physically or otherwise.

  5. Wonder how many people this cop has punched. She made the comment that she "was going to punch her in the side like I normally do" but then it cut off. Perfect example here of needing a national list of terminated officers and why they were terminated.

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