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The police. What she did is considered forgery under 609.63 and filing false instruments under 609.64. As such, this is a criminal matter. You can file a police report. The police will then investigate and then the prosecutor may charge her with a criminal act.
As a consequence of any conviction she is likely to lose her notary privileges as well.
In addition, you can sue her in civil court for (1) negligence and (2) defamation, seeking both actual and punitive damages from her actions.
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