Q: What proof is necessary for a strong case against an ex who has been harassing my family and I for 8 years with fake #s
I cheated on my wife with this woman in 2009. Lasted a few months, were intimate once. Decided to separate and work on our marriages. She however changed her mind and started blowing up my phone. She has in the last 8 years called, and texted my wife and I with hundreds of fake numbers. She has emailed us 100s of times from fake email accounts. She has created 100s of facebook accounts to reach out to mine and my wife's family. I recently decided to reply to one of the texts she sent from another new fake number to see if I could get her to confess to her illegal activities. The problem is, since she hasn't contacted us from her real number, I cant prove that it's her in a court though repeatedly in our recent text conversations, I have taken her name and she corrected me and asked that I call her by Mrs. "Her husband last name". My question is, what do I need as proof to have a strong enough case to press criminal charges so that this can stop. Any guidance is appreciated. I'm in PA.
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