Montebello Police Department

  • Agency: Montebello Police Department
  • Address: 1600 W Beverly Blvd, Montebello, 90640 CA
  • Chief: Daniel A Weast (Chief of Police)

Montebello Police Department is located at 1600 W Beverly Blvd, Montebello, 90640 CA. The Chief of Police of the department is Daniel A Weast. The Montebello Police Department phone number is 323 887-1313.

Montebello Police Department News

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We are excited to join the Montebello Chamber of Commerce in welcoming PIH Health to our community with the opening on their new Urgent Care located at 2205 W. Beverly Blvd. Chief Keller was happy to join in on the Ribbon Cutting today. 👨🏽‍⚕️👩🏼‍⚕️🏥 #montebello #montebellopd #MPD #CRU #community #police #urgentcare #🚑

Happy Halloween! We are all excited for a night full of costumes, candy and spooky thrills. Please stay safe tonight by following some of these safety tips: 1. Trick or Treating is about family time, children should be accompanied by their parents. 2. Be safe when walking around your neighborhood by staying on the sidewalks. 3. Cross only at intersections and follow the walk/don't walk signs and stay in the crosswalk. 4. Look left, right and then left again before crossing the street. 5. Bring a flashlight and wear reflective clothing to be extra visible. 6. Parents, check all your children's candy before letting them eat. If you find anything suspicious, play it safe and throw it out. For lots more tips please visit:

Join us today for National prescription drug take back day. The Montebello Police Department has teamed up with the Latino family center and the YMCA. We will be in the Parking lot of The YMCA located at 2000 W.Beverly Boulevard from 10:00 am-2:00pm. Drive by and safely drop off any unused or expired prescription drugs. Needles, drug paraphernalia, or any other illegal drugs will not be accepted. Remember it’s a safe zone, no questions asked about your unwanted prescriptions. Help keep your home and streets safe by disposing your prescriptions safely. #cityofmontebello #montebellocommunity #cru #montebellopolicedepartment

The Community Relations Unit was happy to host a class of Schurr High School students today for a tour of the station. Thank you all for visiting! We all had a great time. 👮🏻 🚔 👮🏼‍♀️ #montebello #montebellopd #MPD #CRU #community #police @mpdhoward @ Montebello Police Department

The Community Relations Unit was happy to host a class of Schurr High School students today for a tour of the station. Thank you all for visiting! We all had a great time. 👮🏻 🚔 👮🏼‍♀️ #montebello #montebellopd #mpd #CRU #community

After 29 years of dedicated service, we say good bye to our Records Clerk Maria Alvarez. Enjoy every minute of your retirement, it’s very well deserved.

Please see the attached flyer and press release regarding an ongoing investigation into a series of robberies.

Montebello Parade has begun!

Montebello 98th Anniversary Parade about to begin.

The silver years club joined us for a tour of our station. This fun group enjoyed our museum, communications center and met some of our officers. They brought us some sandwiches and desserts which we enjoyed together. Thank you silver years for the yummy treats and also supporting the pink patch project and purchasing our pink patch shirts👚. #cru #communityengagement #pinkpatchproject #community

On October 15, 2018, at approximately 7:32 AM, the above subject entered Beverly Hospital located at 309 W. Beverly Blvd in the city of Montebello and stated that he wanted to kill himself. The subject had a laceration to the left side of his neck and was escorted to the Emergency Room of the hospital. Shortly after, the subject ran from the ER and got into a silver Chevrolet Trailblazer with a partial license plate of 5GVL and fled northbound 4th Street from the hospital and out of sight. The subject is described as a male Hispanic, 5'9" tall, weighing approximately 250lbs. wearing a dark blue shirt, blue jeans shorts, and white shoes. He has an "LA" tattoo on his left wrist and "Pico Nuevo" tattoo on the back of his neck. If you have any information that may assist the Montebello Police Department in locating and rendering aid to this subject, please call 323 887-1313.

The Montebello Police Department is happy to join the Soroptimist Pink Shawl walk in support of the fight against breast cancer. Everyone will be walking from city hall to city park. If you see everyone walking please give us a wave to show your support. 🎀 #pinkpatchproject #soroptimist

October 6, 2018 will be the 47th anniversary of the line of duty death of Officer Henry Acuna. On October 5th, 1971 at 10:05pm Montebello Police Officer Henry Acuna responded to a silent robbery alarm at West Beverly Liquor Store, 2321 W. Beverly Boulevard. Upon his arrival he encountered a suspect exiting the store. The suspect was shielding himself with a 64 year-old female clerk. Upon seeing Officer Acuna, the suspect turned and fired at him. Officer Acuna was wounded and transported to a nearby hospital. Officer Acuna succumbed to his wounds on October 6th, 1971 at approximately 2:45 am. Officer Acuna was only 31 years old when he was killed in the line of duty. He gave his life protecting our fine community and his last act was heroic and selfless. The suspect was apprehended a year later and was convicted of first degree murder. He was sentenced to life without the possibility of parole on July 26, 1973. He has been denied parole several times and our Department will always fight to keep his killer behind bars. Officer Acuna is survived by his wife Jean - who he married in 1963, daughters Kathy and Sandy and his son Joe. Beginning October 6th at 12:01 am and ending October 6th at 11:59 pm, the police station flag will be lowered to half-staff and all MPD uniformed personnel will don black bands across their badges to honor the memory of Officer Henry Acuna.

Retirement of Acting Captain Mike Flores After more than 30 years of dedicated service to the residents of Montebello, Acting Captain Mike Flores will retire on October 3, 2018. Mike began his law enforcement career in 1982, when he joined the Montebello Police Department as a police explorer. He also served as Community Service officer from 1986 to 1987. He was born and raised in Montebello and is a product of the Montebello School District. In January 1988 Mike entered the Rio Hondo Police Academy, Class 86 and began his journey of becoming a police officer. Upon his graduation, he began his field training program with the Montebello Police Department. He was promoted to Senior Officer / Corporal in 1992 and continued to work in the Patrol Bureau and served as a field training officer. Mike served as a Detective in the general detective bureau and in the narcotics unit. Once he had become a seasoned investigator he was sent to the LA IMPACT regional narcotics task force. In September of 2008, Mike was promoted to the rank of Sergeant and returned to the Patrol Bureau. Mike was a Sergeant for 4 years and in that time supervised the Patrol Bureau and Investigations Bureau. In December of 2012, Mike was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant and returned to the Patrol Bureau as a Watch Commander. He was eventually transferred to the Detective Bureau as the Officer in Charge of Investigations. In February of 2018, Mike was made an Acting Captain and served during a transition phase. He embraced his role and made significant contributions to ensure that the organization maintained its level of service to the community and that our employees received the leadership and guidance that they deserve. During his career mike received dozens of Commendations from Local, State and Federal organizations for his excellent work. He also received: • Montebello Police Medal of Merit 1996. • Montebello Police Medal for Life Saving 2000. ​ • Mothers Against Drunk Driving - Driving Under the Influence, Career Achievement Award 2012. • State of California Attorney General Award for Life Saving. It is hard to measure the amount of sacrifice and dedication that Mike has made in providing safety to the residents of Montebello, as well as the contributions that he has made to the Law Enforcement Community. Mike dedicated three quarters of his life to serving the community that he grew up in. Mike takes with him over 36 years of institutional knowledge and he will be missed. We wish Mike a long and healthy retirement, a retirement that he has definitely earned.

It’s National Coffee with a Cop and we would be happy if you joined joined us at the Starbucks located at 800 W. Beverly Blvd. We are also kicking off our Pink Patch Project by selling our new patches, shirts, challenge coins and bracelets. The Pink Patch Project helps raise funds for the fight against cancer. See you there!

Various agencies gathered today at the Quiet Cannon wearing their Pink Patches for the Pink Patch Project Press conference. 🎀 #Breastcancer #Cityofhope #cru #Cityofmontebello #PinkPatchProject

After more than 35 years of dedicated service to the residents of Montebello, Officer Ernie Barron will retire on September 13, 2018 Ernie began his law enforcement career in 1977, when he joined the Montebello Police Department as a Police Explorer - he volunteered hundreds of hours in the three years that he gave to the program. He is a product of the Montebello School District and grew up in the community. In November of 1980 Ernie was hired as a Park Ranger and worked in that capacity until April of 1983. Ernie was not only committed to protecting the community that he grew up in, he also volunteered to protect our Nation. Ernie served in the United States Marine Corps Reserves from June 1980 to June 1986 and received an honorable discharge. He graduated from the Rio Hondo Police Reserve Academy (Class 37), in June of 1983. He was hired as a Montebello Police Reserve Officer in June of 1983. During his time as a Reserve Officer he achieved the Rank of Senior Officer and Sergeant. He served as a Reserve Officer from June 1983 to September of 2002. In 1997 he was named the “Reserve Officer of the Year”. In 19 years as a Reserve Police Officer, he donated thousands of hours to the community. In 2001, Ernie enrolled in the Rio Hondo Police Academy “Module D course” (Class 10) as he had a desire to become a full time officer. Upon his graduation in September of 2002, he was hired as a full time Police Officer. Ernie worked in the Patrol Bureau and in the Traffic Unit. His reputation of being a team player and always having a positive attitude was contagious. His greatest contribution was his commitment to Montebello Police Explorer Post 1034. He dedicated countless hours to developing young men and women into responsible, motivated and unselfish young adults. He took pride in developing young adults and his legacy will remain in this organization and law enforcement agencies throughout the State, as he mentored countless young adults who went on to become Police Officers. Ernie has received numerous Commendations from Local, State and Federal organizations for his excellent work throughout the years. He also received: • Montebello Police Medal of Merit 1997. The aforementioned does not properly capture the amount of sacrifice and dedication that Ernie has made in providing safety to the residents of Montebello, as well as the contributions that he has made to the Law Enforcement Community. Ernie takes with him over 35 years of institutional knowledge and will be missed. We wish Ernie a long and healthy retirement – which he has certainly earned.

We're getting excited! The new badges for October are almost ready. These badges will be worn by officers in support of the Pink Patch Project and to bring awareness to the fight against cancer. Thank you to V & V MFG. for making a wonderful product. Just a reminder that we have our shirts, patches and coins for sale in the police department lobby. Our lobby is open 9:00 am to 5:00 pm on weekdays and 9:00 am to 1:00 pm on weekends. The Pink Patch Project booth is also still open at the LA County Fair in pavilion 4. There are patches, shirts, coins and other collectibles from over 20 different law enforcement agencies. Thank you everyone for the support.

In memory of the 72 Law Enforcement Officers, 343 Fire Fighters, and 2,651 fellow Americans who lost their lives in the attacks of September 11, 2001. We will never forget their sacrifice.

Montebello PD officers, support services, Citizens on Patrol along with our Chief of Police worked the Pink Patch Project Booth at the LA County Fair. We worked along side Monterey Park PD and Claremont PD in an effort to help generate funding for cancer research organizations. Our proceeds will go to City of Hope. Stop by the Pink Patch Booth (Building 4) where you can purchase our Pink Patch T-shirts, coins and patches.We will be there until the end of the fair on September 23🎀 #PinkPatchProject #cru #cityofmontebello #montebello #lacountyfair #mpd

Once again, the Montebello Police Department will be supporting the Pink Patch Project by selling our Pink Patch Project items during the LA County Fair in Pomona. Visit the Pink Patch Project's booth in Building 4 at the Fairgrounds between August 31st and September 23rd to get pink patches from many of our Pink Patch Project partners. On Wednesday September 5th the Montebello CRU along with our dispatchers, citizens on patrol and Police Officers will be at the Pink Patch Booth. Stop by our booth while you're visiting the fair to help us fight breast cancer by purchasing pink patches, t-shirts, challenge coins and other items. Our booth will be open during all regular fair hours. Visit the fair's Facebook page at LA County Fair for more information about fair tickets, events and hours. #pinkpatchproject #montebellopd #cru #mpd #montebello #lacountyfair #cancerawarness #cityofmontebello

Our Traffic Officers have been busy responding to community concerns about commercial vehicle traffic in your neighborhood. Check out our latest article on for the full story.

We would like to thank everyone that came out last night to National Night Out. Once again, it was a great success. We are already looking forward to next year.

Tomorrow is the big day and we hope to see all you all there! National Night Out is here again and we can't wait to bring the community together. Please join us on the 1600/1700 block of W. Victoria Ave from 6 pm to 9 pm. This the street between the Police Department and Acuna Park. There you will be able to meet members of our department including the Special Response Team, Traffic Bureau, K9 Officers, Mental Health Evaluation Team, Records Bureau, Police Explorers, Bicycle Officers and many more. There will be demonstrations, giveaways, crime prevention information, music, lots of food, live artwork, a movie in the park (Trolls! 😁) and representatives from dozens of local service organizations, public services, non-profits, youth groups, businesses and more. This event has grown bigger every year. We're looking forward to seeing you there.