Good morning. My name is Marc. I am a licensed attorney and I will be happy to assist you.
You need to go to court and inform the prosecutor and the judge that you don't want to press charges. The police most likely did the right thing by arresting him, under the circumstances, because at the time you were unable to rationally explain the situation to them. Now that you're feeling ok, you have an opportunity to do so in court so that the prosecutor can drop the charges. Keep in mind, if there's a significant history of arrests, the prosecutor may exercise his/her discretion and go forward with the charges anyway. But if you're there to explain that this was all a misunderstanding and that your boyfriend did nothing wrong, they will likely let him go right away.
Try to be there by 9:00am. You might have a bit of a wait. Look for his public defender also, if there is one. And ask the court officers if you can speak with the prosecutor. If you are unable to speak with any of these folks before your boyfriend is brought before the judge, then wait until then. When he is brought out, approach one of the court officers and explain your situation and tell him/her you want to address the judge.
I hope my answer gives you a better understanding of your issues and options. If so, please be sure to rate my answer, since that is the only way I can receive credit.
I wish you a speedy resolution this morning!