It could be aggavated harassment in the second degree. Call the police... don't be surprised if they don't do much.
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I would start by getting the police involved. Show them everything you have. Make sure you keep detailed records of the harassment. You want to win 99-1, not 51-49.
Start with your local police. If, for some reason, they aren't helpful, contact the police where the harasser lives (if you know).
If none of that works, it's time for an attorney to help you with a restraining order and any civil claims you may have.
Besides the good advice to contact the police you already received, I would suggest you complain to the web sites where the harassing is happening through their customer service link.
Sites like facebook or youtube address the harassing problem in their TOS and give you a description of how to complain. Take the time to do this and your problem could go away without spending any money.
You may want to discuss your problem with a lawyer in more detail. Most lawyers on Avvo, including myself, offer a free phone consult.
Andrew M. Jaffe
Attorney at Law
Practice Limited to E-Commerce and Internet Law
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