San Antonio Cop Choked His Girlfriend Over Cell Phone Argument, Police Say

San Antonio Police Department Officer Jonathan Montalvo, 23, was arrested on Saturday for allegedly choking his girlfriend during an argument about his cellphone.

Montalvo was charged with felony assault family violence-choking/strangulation.

On November 23 San Antonio police were dispatched to an apartment in San Antonio after a neighbor reported hearing yelling and screaming coming from a nearby apartment, KENS 5 News reports.

Montalvo told police that he and his girlfriend, 24, were arguing about his cellphone.

Officers contacted his girlfriend who had redness to her neck. She told police that during the argument Montalvo grabbed her by the neck, threw her on the bed and placed his hand over her mouth constricting her breath. Montalvo was then arrested.

San Antonio Police Chief William McManus said:

“The arrest of this officer by the SAPD Special Victims Unit is another reminder that no one is above the law and domestic violence will not be tolerated.”

Montalvo is assigned to West Patrol and has been with the department for about two years, he has been placed on administrative leave pending an internal affairs investigation.

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San Antonio Police Department Officer Jonathan Montalvo, 23, was arrested on Saturday for allegedly choking his girlfriend during an argument about his cellphone.

Montalvo was charged with felony assault family violence-choking/strangulation.

On November 23 San Antonio police were dispatched to an apartment in San Antonio after a neighbor reported hearing yelling and screaming coming from a nearby apartment, KENS 5 News reports.

Montalvo told police that he and his girlfriend, 24, were arguing about his cellphone.

Officers contacted his girlfriend who had redness to her neck. She told police that during the argument Montalvo grabbed her by the neck, threw her on the bed and placed his hand over her mouth constricting her breath. Montalvo was then arrested.

San Antonio Police Chief William McManus said:

“The arrest of this officer by the SAPD Special Victims Unit is another reminder that no one is above the law and domestic violence will not be tolerated.”

Montalvo is assigned to West Patrol and has been with the department for about two years, he has been placed on administrative leave pending an internal affairs investigation.

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