Dear JACUSTOMER - You should make NO statements to the police. If you get arrested or charged with a crime you need to get an attorney and if you cannot afford an attorney you should ask the court to appoint one. You can't be convicted of a crime unless she testifies or you sign a confession. A video does not show that you stole anything and it is just as likely that you used it with her permission as without. Talking to the police is the absolute worst thing you can do and every defense attorney in America will tell you the same thing.
So tell the cops that you do not want to make any statements without an attorney. If you talk to them they will use anything you say against you and nothing you say will help you. It will certainly not stop them from arresting you and if they had enough evidence they probably would already have done so.
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