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The cash looked to be all the money from that night maybe a little less. I think $1200 in one of the two bags I founds. It was the bars money. The other bag I dropped when trying to climb a wall or fence.
So I assume I had haof not it. I shortly afterwards I called my old neighbor (he works there at the same bar) told him about it and returned the money to him to giveback to the bar. We met up ca have him all the money I took and told him where I think the other flag may be. They found the other Bagg. I didn't break anything that I know of and I didn't break into the place and I didn't hurt anyone and I have it all back. Im scared and confused as to why now 2 months later I'm being called. they have me on camera I'm sure as well, but I didn't want the money as soon as I had it and can't imagine doing something like this
What if III already over the phone talked to this officer and I said yeah I knobuilt was me but I returned all the money!? Before that I said I think I am supposed to get an attorney cause 2 months and they have all the money what's the problem now? So will that be used against me phone the phone? He promised that I come in tomorrow I can leave tomorrow but he didn't say anything about the day after tomorrow:(
Ok great thank you so much,... One last thing. You said I don't even need to talk to them at all or go in can you please explain? I clearly did it and gave the money back to the bars employee whom in turn gave it to the bar. So how is it I can just say no to talking to them. This sucks, I'm going to have to move because too many people know me and I went to school with a number if these cops as did my ex wife. I'm tired of looking over my shoulder. Please explain how or why I can refuse speaking with them.
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