Q: I called 911 to have an intimate partner removed from my property. I never mentioned anything about a physical
Altercation. She has left within seconds of being connected to 911 but they sent officers anyways. When they arrived they noticed an injury and asked about it. I was honest and told them that it happened during the altercation but didn't want to press charges. They took pictures and The state has filed charges. Can they make a report and file charges on someone although that was not the reason why I had called 911?
A: Yes, they can file charges; they don't need your permission.
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