Ok, if he continues with these actions, then you would have grounds to file a formal criminal complaint for harassment. Under CO law harassment is defined as:
.Colorado Revised Statutes
A person commits harassment if, with intent to harass, annoy, or alarm another person, he or she:
(a) Strikes, shoves, kicks, or otherwise touches a person or subjects him to physical contact; or
(b) In a public place directs obscene language or makes an obscene gesture to or at another person; or
(c) Follows a person in or about a public place; or
(e) Initiates communication with a person, anonymously or otherwise by telephone, computer, computer network, or computer system in a manner intended to harass or threaten bodily injury or property damage, or makes any comment, request, suggestion, or proposal by telephone, computer, computer network, or computer system that is obscene;
or (f) Makes a telephone call or causes a telephone to ring repeatedly, whether or not a conversation ensues, with no purpose of legitimate conversation; or
(g) Makes repeated communications at inconvenient hours that invade the privacy of another and interfere in the use and enjoyment of another's home or private residence or other private property; or (h) Repeatedly insults, taunts, challenges, or makes communications in offensively coarse language to, another in a manner likely to provoke a violent or disorderly response.
So the next time he calls, you can tell him that if he calls you again, you will file a criminal harassment complaint against him and let the prosecutor handle things. It sounds like the guy may be a little unbalances to fixate on this so much and not let it go. So I wouldn't have any reservations about filing charges if he continued his behavior.
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