So I randomly got a call and the officer asked me to come down for questioning, he wouldnt tell me why. I dont go down and the next day he emails me saying if I dont come in they'll issue a criminal warrant can they do that just for questioning? and if its real should I just go to the station?
Hire an attorney. Hire an attorney. Hire an attorney. The worst thing you can do is speak to police without an attorney. There are a few red flags. 1) He "randomly" contacted you. He had to get your contact information from somewhere. 2) He won't tell you why he wants to speak to you. 3) "If you don't come in he'll issue a warrant." There's no real way to tell if that's true. It's possible they may attempt to obtain a warrant for a crime they suspect you of. In very limited circumstances a warrant can be taken out for someone to testify. There's a lot of information that's missing so there's no way to fully answer the question. I repeat...don't speak to the police without an attorney.
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