Allow justice to run its course.
The biggest advice I can give you is not to cut the utilities back on. Once the tenant cuts them off, you should leave them off. If you have an agreement with the utility companies to switch services to your name automatically once a tenant switches them off, call the utility and place that agreement on hold for now.
You should not be held responsible for the current tenant turning off the utilities. However, in many states, if you put the utilities in your name, you could be fined or possibly sued if you turn off the utilities while anyone is living in the property.
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