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I am very sorry to hear of your difficult situation.
It sounds as though your ex may be gaining information about you illegally, so if you can determine how he is gaining access to your personal information, he could be criminally prosecuted, as well as any individual who is aiding him in that.
Therefore, I would report this threat, as well as the threat to your safety to the local police. Having a police report on file documenting the threats would typically aid in gaining a restraining order as well.
Here is a link that provides information and forms to seek a restraining order. The site is through the Sacramento courts, but the information and forms would typically be usable in any state court.
If you are concerned he may engage in identity theft as well, it would typically be best to place a fraud alert on your credit reports, so your creditors are aware that someone may be attempting to misuse your identity.
Here is a link that provides more information on that:
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