Thank you for your prompt Reply, Customer,
If someone who says they know where you live, uses threatening words which, when taking all the surrounding circumstances into consideration, put you in fear of bodily injury to yourself, or your wife you most certainly can press charges against them.
The police should in your town should have written up a police report when you told them about the thretening calls; after all, if anything should happen and you call 911, it's the police in your town that are supposed to protect you, not the police from another town.
I suggest that you file a complaint in both places; go to the town where this person lives and tell them what your police department told you. Then go back to the police in your town, tell them you did what they told you to do and insist you want to file a complaint with them also, saying they are the ones who are supposed to be protecting you.
If you do not get satisfaction from your police department, go in person to the District Attorney's Office for your county, tell them exactly what the police told you to do, that you followed their instructions, but you still do not feel safe and ask what the District Attorney's Office can do in this situation.
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