I was in a toxic relationship and we recently broke up and she still has possession on my personal belongings and she changed her phone number and I have emailed her numerous times in an attempt to get my belongings back from her with no response. I stopped by her house to attempt the same thing with no luck. She did call the police that night but that has been over 10 days ago. I found out today 12/6 that an arrest warrant was issued o. 12/5.
If you have a warrant out for your arrest, you will need to surrender on the warrant. You can do this on your own and if there is a bond set, you can post the bond and get out of custody. Or you can hire an attorney who check on the warrant and bond and potentially work it out for you. Either way, you will need to hire an attorney at some point or ask the court to appoint a public defender for you.
Keep all text messages and emails that show you were simply trying to get your stuff back and not attempting to harass her.
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