You should go to the local police precinct where you live and file a complaint. You should bring a parent with you as well.
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Contact your local police department. Bring your screen shots.
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Report this to the police ASAP. Do not call 911, but call the non-emergency number. Better yet, walk into the closest police station and show them the screen-shots. If any of this happened at school or you attend the same school, you should also inform the principal and/or school police officer.
San Diego Criminal Defense Attorney--19 years experience. Law Offices of Jay S. Finnecy
If she threatened you, you should take your screen shots and go to the police.
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