I went to 7 Eleven store in California, one guy seems like security keeps following me I look at him and he pretend getting a hot cocoa in the coffee area, at that time I am curious what he is doing I even thought he was trying to rob me, then I tried to avoid him I turn around and he stop following me but just to make sure he is not a robber I keep looking at him, He approach me and ask me who are you? why you keep looking at me? I said at that time "I was just waiting for the coffee" and he said back are you trying to "fuck with her " seems like he was talking about the cashier lady, I said back "no" then he leave me alone. When I went to counter to pay the merchandise he went to the counter and stand beside me guarding the cashier I used my debit card to pay the merchandise , After I paid I left the store they did not even stop me or ask my Identification and any information about me.I don't even know if they call a police when I left the store. My question is, could they call a police or report me by being suspicious at that time? I am so worried and trauma. What if they going to sent me a Civil Recovery Letter, could they do that? I did not steal any or try to rob them. Can the police could issue me a warrant or summon to go to court? can the 7 eleven could trace my debit card where I live? Sorry for my bad English I am an International student here in California. Please help me should I stop worrying about this I can not even sleep well and eat. I don't want to go to jail not even committed any crime, What if those 2 personnel lie. could i get arrested without a proof, The only thing that makes me strong today is the cctv will tell them I did not steal or rob them. They did not even stop me or hold on me When I left the store but I don't know if they call a police. I didn't even saw them use the phone at that time...Please could anyone answer my question thank and God bless you
Answer by Frederic M. Douglas
Posted almost 6 years ago
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