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Asked on: 6/12/13, 11:57 am

I had a police officer give me a call and said I was listed under criminal mischief. She asked me a few questions and after I truthfully answered them she told me it was about someone keying my ex managers car. My ex manager named me as a possible suspect. I had absolutely nothing to do with this and no knowledge of this even happening to her as I do not keep in contact with anyone I used to work with employed under her. I'm assuming this would be considered a phone interview. At the end the officer asked me for my house address, she said to "close the case". Is it true she would need that information to close the case, does this mean I wont be bothered about the subject again? Also wouldn't they need feasible evidence that someone was involved before assuming right off the bat? It would really irritate me and create tremendous hardship for my daughter and I if I were falsely accused of doing such a crime, simply because there was animosity between the victim and I before the incident, surely I am not the only person the victim has gotten in a conflict with and the evidence to that is her vandalized property and the mere fact that I am not guilty,

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