The police can arrest you if they have probable cause to believe that you committed the crime. What you need to do is to not make the situation any worse than it already is. Don't make any more statements about the case to anyone. Do not speak to the police. Do not give them access to any evidence without a search warrant.
If they have probable cause to arrest you at this point, they will regardless of what you do. But if they don't, and you limit their access to information, then they won't be able to do so. If you are arrested hire an attorney immediately.
Call me if you want to talk more about your case, 612-223-7286.
I agree with Christian. Mum is the word. Hire an attorney if they question you and state that you won't speak to them without an attorney present. Reese Serra
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