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i am caught in kerb crawling .police gave me date for investigation.what they will do next?
no not charged.police said come to police station on 24th july at 1.30..and we will take dna ,finger prints and pic.
no i dont have any criminal record.
Yeh bt at that time he said we will take dna and f prints and then cautionu.and matter will b closed
Will they arest me for this?
I am security guard when sia check my crb will this caution comeup?
I have not been with any prositute when policestoped me..they said u wad slow driv in red light area.is that enough evidence to charge me?
And also how long police will keep record of this caution
I was coming home from work
But sia i think we have to tell them
Does police need enough evidence to give caution?
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