Javier Chavez Wanted for Allegedly Kidnapping a Woman at Gunpoint
The Stanislaus County Sheriff’s Office Press Release
Detectives are searching for a Modesto mother of two, Susana Torres (32, Modesto), who was kidnapped at gunpoint by her estranged husband on Sunday, 04/11/21 in the evening. The suspect, Javier Chavez (41, Modesto), is believed to have fled to Mexico.
During the investigation, detectives learned that Chavez had abducted Torres and the two children at gunpoint outside of a market in the 600 block of Butte Avenue in Modesto at around 5:30 PM Sunday evening.
Chavez dropped off both children, ages 9 and 2, at his parent’s house around 10:00 PM Sunday evening. When Chavez did not return to pick up the children the next morning, his parents went to Torres’ parents’ house where it was discovered that Torres was missing.
At the time of the kidnapping, Torres had a restraining order against Chavez, and he was wanted by Modesto Police Department for charges of spousal rape. An arrest warrant has been issued for Chavez for kidnapping.
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