Prepare for a possible long read: My girlfriend (Sarah to avoid confusion) is currently going through identity theft from someone she trusted for over a year and let into her house because the girl was kicked out of her ex boyfriends house. Here's what we know. As soon as she moved in with her a few weeks ago, someone has hacked into computer and installed some sort of key logging program we're guessing because all of her various account information has been compromised. Social security numbers, credit card numbers and pins, emails, Facebook, apple info (she has an iPhone), everything. She let her sleep in her bed and she found her checkbook buried under stuff on that girls side with several of them missing. A ring has turned up missing (I'm not sure if that happened before or after she moved in). I'm not sure what if anything was done to her phone because I know she has borrowed it before and who knows if she's used it while my girlfriend was sleeping. Apparently she has internet service through AT&T. She was on the phone with them and Apple today for several hours. AT&T said they could see what was going on (I don't know to what extent). She kicked her out finally 2 days ago. Sarah had tried to go to DHS the other day to get some help with health insurance for her and her 4 year old kid because she's been struggling even more since the girl moved in. Apparently the girl called back to DHS and provided them with all the necessary information and told them to cancel it because she didn't need it anymore. Here's what she's done. She's notified the police about what has been going on without explicitly pointing a finger and notified them of the missing ring. She's frozen her bank accounts, changed her passwords, about to change her locks, etc. She's completely restored her computer (losing everything she had, baby pictures, modeling pictures, journals, etc. We haven't been dating long enough for me to help her out with back ups. My bad) What she's worried about is retribution. If she presses charges she worried she may have planted something (drugs or whatever) in her house already and then lose her child over that. At this moment she doesn't have solid proof that it was her, other than the timing of everything. I kept thinking if she's planted anything in her house, it won't have Sarah's fingerprints on it and if it's proven that she did do all of this, that it could be reasonable suspicion that it was just planted and Sarah had nothing to do with it. She works a lot (at a hospital) and is raising a kid so she doesn't have the time or energy to tear her house completely apart looking for something that may or may not be there. What is our best route here in pursuing this? Sarah's also scared of this girl having her friends come and continue to harass her, mess with her car, try and hurt her or her child. If she somehow lost her kid over this, she would be devastated obviously. He's about the only good thing left in her life. I live about 2 hours away and go to school and work as well so it's not always easy for me to get out there. I've only met this girl once so far and I never would have suspected it. Sarah happened to talk to someone randomly that knew her and mentioned that she has done stuff like this before, basically moved around different places in our state like this. I want this ***** in jail. It's caused an unbelievable amount of stress and heart ache for Sarah and I feel helpless being away from her right now. I'm trying to do anything I can. Are there any law professionals or cops in here that might have some advice?