It really depends on what you told the police.
If you would have asked in advance to going in to speak with police officers, my recommendation would have been to consult with an attorney about the specific facts of your situation and what you should say to police, and/or have your attorney accompany you to the station.
What you need to know: whatever you said can be used as evidence against you in court; so if you admitted to anything incriminating etc. it can be used as evidence against you in a trial.
Since this was reported to police, you can expect that the arrest form will be sent over to the local prosecutor's office, at which point the prosecutor may file formal criminal charges against you.
If that happens, you will receive notice in the mail to attend your first court date. Hopefully that does not develop, but if it does, my recommendation would be to hire an attorney to represent you.
Having an attorney working on your behalf can make the world of difference in your case, and while I don't know the specific facts of what happened it stands that you may have some valid legal defenses.
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