Perhaps what you have described may fit a fact pattern. However, as you were the one arrested, it is unlikely any officer would swear out a warrant for them for false imprisonment. Better to get an attorney to avoid this charge, as it will lead to provisions in your bond or a sentence which would give these people the key to have you arrested any time you came near them, and given the facts you have mentioned, this could get very ugly for you.
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Based on the very limited facts you have provided, it doesn't sound like there is much of a case for false imprisonment. However, it does sound like a fairly decent case against you for stalking. Hire an attorney.
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Stop trying to play Columbo and do your own detective work. Retain an experienced local criminal litigator to help you with this matter.
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