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You have two potential avenues of remedy. One would be to sue the person civilly for Intentional Infliction of Emotional Distress. You may do this in small claims court; and it will be helpful if you can show that he has upset you so much that you have incurred medical expenses/counseling expenses from a therapist to try and deal with your emotional upset.
Alternatively, you can file a police report and seek to have him charged with stalking and/or harassment.
Under Utah criminal laws (UCC 76-5-106.5), stalking is defined as intentionally or knowingly engaging in a course of conduct directed at a specific person and knowing that such conduct would cause a reasonable person to:
Fear for their safety or the safety of another, or
Suffer emotional stress
After you file the police report, consider applying to the court for a restraining order
which will prevent them from contacting you
Under Utah law, Harassment is defined as communicating a written or recorded threat to commit a felony with the intent to frighten or harass another. (UCC 76-05-106) This crime is a Class B Misdemeanor with a possible penalty of $1000 fine and a half of a year in jail.
So, if he has threatened to harm you physically either in writing or on your voicemail, you may report criminal harassment to the police.
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