Have you done this before?
Sorry if I am missing the point but what is your defence to theft?
You seem to accept going to his house when he was in police custody and removing items which is pretty overwhelming?
Well, that is a problem to be wholly honest.
Come what may, his property was found upon you and it was taken when he was in custody.
I could not, in good conscience, tell you that the chances of being successful are strong.
On your primary points
2 You can always book an appointment with a police officer to attend with you to prevent a breach of the peace.
3 No, there is no chance of that. You underestimate the case against you. It is pretty strong.
4 Because they are investigating you for theft. On this evidence I would brace yourself for a charge. This is fairly overwhelming.
If you are saying that you contacted him whilst on bail with conditions not to do so and he reports that then that will lead to a further charge.
I'm very sorry but it was always a bad idea to go to his property and remove anything at all while he was in custody.
The CCTV and the items being found there is pretty overwhelming.
I would expect you would be charged with theft and actually probably burglary if you gained access to his house and removed items.
It doesn't matter. It was his property and he hadn't given permission and you entered, they will say, with intent to steal which is a burglary.
Prison for a dwelling burglary is possible even on a first offence. I also think there is a huge aggravation in him being in custody at the time and you knowing that. I wouldn't rule out custody I'm afraid.
If it is a theft then you won't go to prison.
if they charge you with burglary you can always offer a plea to theft.
It is swings and roundabouts. They might not want to take the risk of a trial before a jury but I do think they might not like the aggravation in him being in custody at the time that you did this.
Well, if you have already been interviewed without a solicitor then the damage is done really. The time to have had a solicitor would have been the first interview.
The bail back date is less important unless there is another interview.
You will need a solicitor for court.
You can always book an appointment with a police officer to attend with you to prevent a breach of the peace
But I wouldn't do that at the moment. Just leave that alone until the outcome of the matter against you is known.
The trouble with a situation like this is that he probably wouldn't have reported this if you hadn't made an allegation against him. It is probably a revenge issue. But I suppose whenever you make allegations against somebody else you create a motivation for them to take revenge. Nothing that can be done about that now.
You would have a claim for the items you have there even at the end of all of this.
Yes, it will be. It is a bit childish of him but then people are quite often childish.
That is why it is always wise to be very careful about the motivations you create.
That is not to say that you have to stay in relationships that are abusive. It is just that, in my experience, summonsing up the police almost never leads to a positive outcome.