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Good morning. Just to be clear, she was with your oldest daughter who lived there? If she did not have a key, are you saying that his Ex broke into the home, allegedly?
Thank you for the additional information. I 100% agree it is suspicious and odd. Without any evidence that she entered the home, you would not be able to go to the police and file a report and allege she broke into the home. As such, that leaves you with the issue involving the trespass. However, it is important to remember that it is a crime against the State of Texas, so it would be at the discretion of the police to charge her with it. Moreover, there could be an issue based upon the fact that she had his 12 year old daughter, who did reside there and if the mother had custody of her at that time and the child did need to get something, she would have a basis to be on the property. It would make your situation a lot easier if she was alone and had no business, permission or justification to be there but in this case, you shared that the child called your husband and advised that she needed some clothes so if the mother had her, it would seem logical that your ex husband would not object to her going there and being taken by the mother. You can certainly go to the police and file a report but it would be up to them at this time, to proceed.
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