Beg or borrow money to hire a criminal defense attorney and get some advice immediately. DO NOT post anything further on any public internet sites admitting to this felony. Speak one-on-one with a competent defense attorney. This is way too important to try to get quick advice from a site like this. This is a critical moment when you need to do the most wise, most sane thing you can. That is get a lawyer right now.
Good luck to you.
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I agree completely with Mr. Pederson's good advice. And I've shared your question with Avvo's criminal defense law forum, where your question may be seen by more attorneys who practice in this area of the law.
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You need to contact a criminal defense attorney. I have handled similar cases. Given the severe overcrowding in county jails, I would think a good lawyer could get you a deal wherein once restitution has been paid the DA will dismiss the case.