Only in an extreme case would I actually suggest seeking an injunction out of a court demanding a stop to the postings.
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Have you filed a police report? The pictures she took and posted are evidence of a crime, and she can be arrested and prosecuted. You should call the police a.s.a.p. and swear out a warrant for breaking and entering, theft, and other applicable crimes. Stealing your mail is a federal crime - call the postal police for that.
When the police say all they can do is file a complaint etc.etc. means they consult with their sergeant or lieutenant to see whether to turn it over to the d.a. for prosecution. Call the captain of the police precinct and meet with him or her. Demand that this woman be prosecuted. Go to the DA's office if necessary - demand to meet with the exec. asst. d.a. Don't let them push you between the cracks.
I'm not sure what if anything you can do about facebook. They claim that they're not responsible for the content of their postings. But if they have knowledge that if what's posted is evidence of a crime - proof of a break-in, for example - I don't know that they can cover themselves with that.
Keep pushing the DA and police. DON'T post anything on facebook, so you won't get sued for libel or defamation.
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