Please help me?
Alright, so I am a young female who was parked in my friends neighborhood. On both sides of my car there were empty lots, just grass. I was waiting on my friend when I fell asleep. Today was my mothers birthday, who I already don't get along with. Long story short, we fought and I left. When I awoke 30 mins later a man was rapping viciously on my window. I rolled down the window a couple of inches. This is what happened next. He rudely asked what I was doing. I responded with. I fell asleep and am waiting for a friend. Politely. He asked if I lived here and when I responded no, he yelled at me saying I needed to move because I was loitering. Really? I wasn't smoking, wasn't f****** doing drugs or drinking, having s**, or playing music. I responded with a no, I'm waiting on my friend. Then he asked why I wasn't parked in front of her house. My friends mother was home but she was not, however that's none of his damn business so I answered accordingly. He didn't take that well, of course and the f****** ass hole once again told me to leave. I told him he didn't own the road and I wasn't moving. He told me to go f****** park in front of my friend's house. I looked at him and angrily asked who do you think you are a cop? I didn't f****** think so. He told me don't give me attitude, and I with pleasure told him to f*** off. Before I slid onto drive and had him eat my f****** exhaust. He screamed after me he had my license plates.
Question. In what way could I get into trouble here. I am 18. Live in Colorado. Parked in my friends neighborhood, waiting on her might I add, and not parked in front of any houses.
Question two. In what ways could I sue, or take this ass hole to court?
If not. I know where he lives and I will enjoy f****** up his house. A brick through the f****** window, or lighting it on fire, I really don't care. I went back later with my friend and waited for him to come out again. Only this time I had a taser. F*** with me, and I'll kill you. That's my confession/questions. I could kill this man. I won't, but I damn well could.