If the Police are helping, you can file civil harassment suit against your neighbors. You may use the following sites to find local Attorneys that handle civil litigation to assist you with your case: http://www.lawyers.com
However, the harassment that you have described would be better handled as a criminal matter. Under Utah Code Title 76 Chapter 5 Section 76-5-106, this behavior of your neighbors would be classified as a criminal harassment and would be a Class B misdemeanor. So, you need to contact your District Attorney's Office to file compliant against your neighbors and to see if the DA can pursue the case before filing a civil suit against your neighbors.
Utah Criminal Code
Offenses Against the Person
(1) A person is guilty of harassment if, with intent to frighten or harass another, he communicates a written or recorded threat to commit any violent felony.
(2) Harassment is a class B misdemeanor.
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