My question involves judgment recovery in the State of: CA
I am judgment creditor in a small claims case where judgment is $3200. After levying judgment debtor's bank account and bringing her into court for debtor's exam, I found the best she could do was to offer me a collection of vintage costume jewelry. (She doesn't work.) I agreed to try to sell it on Ebay to fulfill the judgment. In the three months since I have listed the stuff on Ebay, I have recouped $400. Judgment debtor is now leaving me angry voicemails in which she threatens to file criminal charges of theft if I don't file Satisfaction of Judgment and return the jewelry to her. This is certainly meant to control my behavior through fear. I have politely asked her to cease all contact. Does this rise to the level of extortion? Would it be at all worth my time to file a police report? Thanks for any guidance you can provide.