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  1. RolandDargentan's Avatar
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    Default Threatening Texts

    Someone has been sending my 16 year old daughter threatening messages from the following phone number:
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    Anyone out there with the skills to find a name attached to this account?
    Last edited by JeffH; 02-01-2011 at 02:07 PM. Reason: removed phone number
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    Roland,

    Cross posting is frowned on..
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    Just trying to reach the most people I can.
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    Call it from a different or caller ID blocked number. Is this your same area code or something random? None of the carriers will be able to provide any real info.
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    In North Carolina (my state), as in most other states, there are statutes that make this illegal. Take it to your local police department and they can easily find out who the phone belongs to.

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    Just block the number or call the cops.
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    Hmm... Well, most phone carriers can at least tell you which company owns a phone number, so with the number and the company to call, you can file a complaint with the carrier.

    But yes, definitely file a police report, and do NOT delete the messages or respond to them in a retaliatory manner if you respond at all.
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    Police. Now.

    Freaking creepers.

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    As people have said, don't delete the texts, go to your local police. They can contact the cell provider and get the persons info and take it from there.
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    Contacting the authorities is your best option
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    It's been discussed here already. Threatening texts

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