First of all, remember that in a court proceeding, charges against you have to be proven. You are innocent until proven guilty. Start collecting evidence and witnesses for your defense. You cannot be over-prepared.
If she keeps on calling, you should contact the police dept and file a complaint. Then you should arrange through them to have the incoming numbers recorded (it bypasses Private Calls and records the number). But you have to do it through the police. You can also seek a restraining order against her.
To have your item returned, or to be compensated for the value, you can sue her. The easiest way is to ask for the value of the item in small claims
because it's very informal and you don't need an attorney.
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