You can only file a police report - who will then turn this over to DA to see if charges should be filed. Your facts are sketchy. This actually might just be a civil suit against your landlord . Get a landlord tenant attorney.
ANDREW ROBERTS CRIMINAL AND TRAFFIC TICKET DEFENSE ATTORNEY
You can file a police report, whether it get prosecuted is up the police and the DA
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You cannot file criminal charges. However, you can talk to the police, who will hopefully file a police report. The report will be forwarded to the DA's office, who may decided to file charges.
Are you current on your rent? Why not move?
As Mr. Roberts stated, there may be facts that support a civil lawsuit. Speak to a tenants' rights attorney and/or a civil rights attorney.