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In and of itself, it is not illegal to send anonymous letters. However, if the intent is to harass or threaten the recipient then it could be a crime for which charges would be filed.
No, there is nothing in your facts which would indicate a crime was committed.
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Do you know who sent it? Was it sent for the purpose of harassing you?
If it is done regularly then that would constitute harassment and you can reprot it to the police.
Send a cease and desist letter to the sender and if it continues report it to the police and to the Florida Attorney General.
if you know who is doing it you can also sue in civil court for harassment.
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