Why don't you schedule a consultation with a local criminal defense attorney? Many will provide a free initial consultation. It will require that you go to his/her office and isn't as easy as posting a question on an internet site, but that is the only way you are going to get a through review of the police report. Good Luck
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If he's in jail he has a court appointed attorney. You can call the court to find out who that person is and discuss the case with them directly. Another option is to set up a free consultation with an attorney in your area. Local counsel will be in the best position to give you an idea of how the case will be viewed by the DA and judge involved.
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You should seek council for your boyfriend. I am sure a bond has been set for him. If he has yet to be indicted then he may be entitled to a personal recognizance bond if he does not have the funds for the current bond amount. He will be in a better position to defend himself from outside of the jail than inside.