I don't know what did I sign I was just wanted to go home.but it was a store paper and the store manager first said that it will be a fine then because I asked him a lot of question he said I will see u in a court. I don't know what it will be. first he said that the amount of stolen stuff if it is under 150 there will be no police then it comes up to 190. when police came I told them that the stuff have discount and some of them are buy one get one. they asked the manager to have todays prices not the tag prices it comes up to 138. police waited to see if I have any other charge then they let me go
please sir help me and tell me what is going to happen to me. I did it because iam so stupid
I just get the letter and it says 18 3929 a1 lead is that a dangerous??what charge it could be
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