My question involves restraining orders in the State of: California
I have a close family friend who is a Juvenile, let's call her Girl A. Girl A and another girl, Girl B, got into a physical altercation, I don't know all the details.
Girl A was charged with Misdemeanor Assault of Girl B, Girl A served a sentence of 60 days in Juvenile Detention, and is currently on a court ordered ankle bracelet. Girl B has filed a restraining order against Girl A.
Girl B is threatening Girl A over the phone and through text-messages. Girl B has somehow obtained the phone numbers of Girl A's younger siblings, and she is threatening them as well. Girl A just got a new job, and Girl B showed up at her work and threatened Girl A in front of her employer. Girl A has gone to the police station, but she was told to "just ignore her".
I try not to believe what kids say too much, because the story is usually in their favor. I have seen several of the threats that Girl B has made to Girl A, and I feel that something is fishy when the supposed victim is making threats to the offender.