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A tenant is not able to file criminal charges, nor is any other non-governmental individual. The only thing they can do is file a police report. The police would investigate and present the evidence to the district attorney's office. The district attorney's office then determines whether to press charges.
From the information you provided there does not seem to be any criminal activity on your part. A landlord may file an eviction proceeding to remove a tenant, including the tenant's property.
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