Family problems (police involved)

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I woke up this morning to find out the police were here and it hasn’t been the first time. I doubt it will be the last either, they have been round several times since last this time year, there were big time problems last night.

I have had a time a few weeks ago I was in bed off college then the police needed to speak to me so I had to wake up for them I wasn’t in trouble or anything they just needed to ask me if everything’s ok for me so I said they are fine and they said I can contact if they aren’t and asked about my drinking because my mum told them I drink often so I said I do, they asked if I need him with that so I said no as well and said it’s under control and they said because I’m an adult so I’m allowed to drink if I want and when I want. The police have come a few times and needed to speak to me but I’m pretty much not involved in the arguments so just say that tbf. It’s probably looking a bit dodgy now because the neighbours probably think we do drugs or something dodgy but we don’t it’s just my family which we are not involved
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londonmyst
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What's going on inside your home and why are the police interested? :confused:
The police are usually only willing to come inside private residences to investigate a crime that has been committed, prevent a crime, arrest someone or to verify the accuracy of a report made to the police that contains fears for the physical welfare of a person.
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tinygirl96
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Do you have a lawyer?
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Anonymous #1
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(Original post by tinygirl96)
Do you have a lawyer?
We did kind of at some point
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(Original post by londonmyst)
What's going on inside your home and why are the police interested? :confused:
The police are usually only willing to come inside private residences to investigate a crime that has been committed, prevent a crime, arrest someone or to verify the accuracy of a report made to the police that contains fears for the physical welfare of a person.
It’s just arguments and provoking
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Anonymous #1
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Bump
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Anyone else?
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Oh my gosh-
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