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You can file a police report. Harassment
is a disorderly person's offense. N.J. Stat., Section 2C:33-4. Each phone call is a new, separate criminal charge. They can be assessed a fine for each time it happens. The judge can also order them to refrain from further contact with you. Then, if they call again, it's contempt of court, which could mean jail time.
Repeated harassment following a conviction is stalking, which could also carry jail time. So the best thing to do is report every incident.
Police have the ability to investigate even if the calls are from different numbers. Just take your phone and show them what you have, tell them whatever you know, and they'll go from there.
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