You must give her written notice. Verbal and a text will not be sufficient. So you need to consider writing her a letter explaining that you do not want any further contact and demand that she cease and desist all contact
and that if she does not
you are prepared to file the harassment charges.
The letter must be mailed certified with a return receipt requested
Then if she continues to contact you in any way, shape or form, you can file a police report in your county
and they will be able to proceed with getting her served in Florida.
But you must give her the written notice; otherwise, she can say she did not understand she was annoying or harassing you
She can say she never got a text message in that regard.
So, you should consider the letter, then a police report and request a restrainging order be issued.
So, I can go to my police station here in hawaii, and they will forward the charges to florida?
When you file the complaint, the police may contact her and give her a warning not to contact you. But you need to show them your letter of cease and desist and the receipt from the post office where she has received it.
ok, tks for the help
Then after they give her a warning and she continues, they will file charges, issue a summons and a restraining order, if you request it and can show that she is a threat to your wellbeing. They will then tell you how to proceed with getting her served
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