What happens now?

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    What happens now?

    I had a friend staying with me for about a month, during that time he tried making sexual advances towards me, and I tried asking him several times to move out, that i was no longer comfortable with him here. He refused over and over again. Finally i called my landlord and he went to my house and removed him. When i went to the police station to fine a no trespassing order i found out my ex roommate went the day before and explained what happened the night i tried kicking him out. He is claiming i grabbed him arm when we were arguing even though the officer told me that there is no proof in this and that this whole thing is my word against his. I also asked the officer how to get him his things back and i was told that is between the two of us. I ended up meeting him at a gas station and he got his bag of clothes back and after a long talk we mutually agreed to resolve this amongst ourselves and drop the whole thing. So i called the officer the next day and ecplained that My ex roommate got his things back and that i did not wish to proceed any further. The officer told me nothing had even been sent to the county attorney yet. Now what happens? will this even be a case since this is a he said she said statement?


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    If the police did not complete or file a police report, then nothing will happen and you can proceed as nothing ever happened.
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    Its sure a case of tresspassing and you can admit the report to the police.