Albuquerque Man Arrested for Calling 911 Over 320 Times in a Day


October 12, 2023, 5:57 pm

BY: ABQ RAW staff

POSTED: 10/12/2023 10:15AM

33-year-old Javier Chacon Jr, of Albuquerque


In a recent incident, an individual identifying himself as Javier Chacon Jr, 33-year-old, of Albuquerque, made an astonishing 320 calls to the emergency 911 line in the span of just 24 hours.

Chacon had provided his address as 2500 University Bl NE #282. These calls were prompted by a false claim that he had killed his probation officer, although dispatch confirmed the officer’s safety. Disturbingly, Chacon continued to harass 911 operators with abusive language and threats against them and their families.

Responding to this situation, officers arrived at 2500 University Bl NE and gathered information from the front desk staff. It was revealed that Chacon resides in unit #282 and had been creating disturbances, yelling at females in the parking lot, and making inappropriate advances asking them to come up to his room for sex.

Upon arriving at unit #282, officers could hear Javier on the phone, making disturbing requests involving a female officer. Dispatch confirmed that Chacon was indeed communicating with the authorities as described.

Officers subsequently took action, placing Chacon in handcuffs and conducting a search. During the process, Javier requested his belongings, including cigarettes and his phone. While retrieving the phone, it was discovered to still be connected to an emergency call.

Law enforcement contacted Probation and Parole, learning that an arrest and hold order had been issued for Chacon.

According to the criminal complaint, over a continuous period from 10/10/2023 at 1542 hours to 10/11/2023 at 0819 hours, Chacon made a staggering 372 calls to 911, averaging one call every 2.68 minutes, spanning more than 16 hours.

Chacon was charged with Dialing 911 to Report False Alarm or Complaint


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