This chick got arrested that I allegedly was selling adderall to. I got too comfortable and allegedly was only communicating thru text that have quantity and costs. I turned the phone off that same day and threw it away. It didn't have my name on it or anything as it was a throwaway. The chick was arrested for stealing my prescription from cvs on the fourth of this month. I didn't know it was her til after the fact. I've tried looking up her arrest record online but Cant find anything at all. Its been 6 days and the only thing I've heard,is the reporting officer calling me to say I can pick up my prescription just to call ahead of time as he is the reporting officer on the case but is a uniform and is out on the streets all day. The undercover I'm working with said he called and said im ok
The other is stated the obvious which you probably knew before you posted your question. If the other officer keeps calling you, then you need to speak to the officer who told you not to worry.
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You should discuss this matter with an attorney immediately. There's a lot of risk in implicitly trusting a person whose job it is to put people in jail.
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No. Do not trust the officer. That promise is probably unenforceable and they could well be lying (the common myth "cops can't lie" is not true.) Talk to a criminal attorney ASAP.
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I would never trust a cop who said I would not be arrested after a customer of mine got arrested picking up my prescription. It is far more likely the cops want to get you into the station so they can question you, get something on you, then arrest you anyway. Get a criminal defense lawyer.
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I've seen at least three of your posts, today. Just stop. Call or speak to a lawyer, including those who have responded to your questions. At least one will not charge you, or not charge you much for a consult. But stop posting. This is a public forum. You have no idea who may be reading it, including either or both cops, the DEA, the chick you mention, your supplier who you are going to set up tomorrow or his supplier. You don't want to begin the year in jail or worse, such as the bottom of Nantucket Sound.
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