No, it's not illegal.
It is illegal to put someone in fear for their personal safety, or to make false reports to the police. I emphasize the 'false' part. More to the point, the person making the report has to /know/ that the report is false, to be breaking the law. I mention this because everyone who's ever accused of a crime will argue that the accusation is false. Sometimes they're right. But someone who makes a good-faith mistake in reporting a crime hasn't behaved wrongly.
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It was loss control? Then, they should try to report accurately. There has to be a lot more to this. Stalking? Takes more than this.
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