In my ex girlfriends police report she admitted she had never been threatened or have felt threatened. Never any violence. (The event that brought the police was non-confrontational and actually occurred days prior). Yet in the same breath my vindictive ex girlfriend told the police she was afraid of what I might do. I found information on the web that stated she was likely coached because in DV issues the police will arrest to avoid liability.Let me clarify; My ex-girlfriend filed a complaint for harassment and tried to make a case for stalking. All false, misleading, or untrue. She had a clear motive. She had admitted to the police that she had lied to me and was having an affair. (credibility?) she admitted to never having been violence or feeling threatened in the relationship. Yet she told the Police she was "afraid" "felt" I was up to something, And "thought" If I couldn't have her, nobody can. These feelings were not rational. I believe the police arrested me because she made those statements and the police did not want to be held liable if she was harmed. I think she made those statements knowing that I would be arrested.
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