I can't imagine that you'd be prosecuted, but people in positions of authority never cease to amaze me.
Try starting here: https://www.oag.state.tx.us/consumer/identity_theft.shtml
This might also help: http://www.ftc.gov/bcp/edu/microsites/idtheft2012/
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Consult with an attorney. Write all the businesses, copy the DA's office, make a written record to protect yourself. Write all the credit bureaus advising of the crimes and let your attorney protect you.
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Filing a police report was the best thing you could do to protect yourself. That won't necessarily prevent anything from being filed ever, but it will help most potential cases get filtered out. And it will be an easy go-to defense if something is filed. I would keep copies of the police report handy to give to retailers that are trying to collect from you. You might also want to get letters on file with the major credit bureaus in an abundance of caution.
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