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I received a note through my door asking me to contact the police, I did so and the officer asked for me to come in for a voluntary interview in relation to theft. I agreed to be cooperative.
The police station is 120 miles away from my home address.
Seeing as though it is so far away I wondered whether being kept at the station could be a possibility as this reflects how I will get to the station and whether I will go alone.
If I admit guilt could I be charged held and sentenced the following day?
Yes, the officer said theft but I'm assuming that will turn into theft from employer and this would be a station local to the head office
Thank you very much Alex. I'm going to request legal advice when I get to the station tomorrow as well. I just didn't want them to hold me 24 hours etc and find I was up in court Friday.
I'm basically being accused of taking money from parking meters that I emptied. It's my word against the company's that the money actually went back to the head office. The police have I assume been investigating this since I lost my employment in early March.