Your narrative lacks certain facts that may assist in fully understanding your particular predicament, yet, at the vey least, select a local Ohio licensed criminal counsel and discuss your recent experience with that professional for a more accurate assessment how to proceed next.
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It seems as though there was enough evidence to file a formal complaint. You need to hire an attorney and they will advise you what to do. Keep in mind, if you have an open warrant for your arrest, you are a "wanted" criminal and will mostly likely be arrested upon any contact with law enforcement.Ask a similar question
If you have a warrant the best thing to do is to hire an attorney who can work to get the warrant recalled. If you do not take this approach you risk getting picked up on the warrant and having to fight the case from jail.
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