The arrest affidavit shows Salazar would place calls to his ex-girlfriend at work, even on days when she wasn’t working, and leave messages with co-workers, telling them to tell her he loved her.
Co-workers said the calls would come, one after the other, from about 6:45 a. m. until the business closed for the day. They estimate Salazar would often call more than 1,000 times per day, the affidavit said.
The woman ended up losing her job because of the telephone harassment, the affidavit said.
It also said that records show Salazar was ordered by the district attorney’s office in April to stop making the calls, but he did not comply.
The affidavit said that while a police officer was at the business writing the report about the telephone harassment, Salazar continued to call repeatedly.