Call the police. You may indeed be the victim of an attempted assault or menacing.
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You should make a police report related to this incident. Since there could be video footage of the incident which could be deleted or recorded over, you give law enforcement an opportunity to obtain the footage the sooner you report it. You may also need to get a restraining order to protect yourself from future harm, otherwise, you could be placing yourself in unnecessary danger.
If you weren't hit, it's only an assault, but still a crime. you can certainly report it to the police. Whether your assailant gets charged is up to the DA.
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As a victim, you should never worry about whether it is too late to report a crime. There is no time limit on when a person is allowed to report a crime. The best course of action is to report the crime and let the police and prosecutors worry about whether it is too late to proceed.
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No it is not too late. You may want to talk to an attorney before you speak to the police however.
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