This sounds awful and I can imagine how frustrating and nerve-wracking something like this is. Obviously, if they had anything at all on you, they'd have arrested you by now. You're probably correct that someone you know -- possibly your ex -- indicated to them that you're likely involved in some heavy duty illegal activity and they're checking it out.
If they tell you that they are not following you and that you are not under suspicion for any crime, if they are not stopping you, subjecting you to searches, questioning you about any of your activities, (or for that matter if they are) and you know there's no basis whatsoever for the police scrutiny and that you are innocent of any wrongdoings, you can lodge a formal complaint
with internal affairs for a pattern of harassment and contact local government officials starting with the prosecutor and the mayor and all the way up the ""food chain." But more importantly you should consult with and retain the services of a local criminal
attorney. He should be able to address what's going on far more efficiently than you and put a stop to it.
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