When you call in the police to report a crime like larceny, how can the police react? I know usually there are two policemen or women who come in. One is to get the basic details and scenario, and the other is to collect evidence. Right?
Are they the ones that work on the case or is it a detective?
Because I recall my friend's old house in salt lake, being broken into and the police were looking at the situation and it was a weird situation. Like a window was broken from the inside outwards in the basement, and there was a broken window upstairs before the crime. The policeman asked my friend whether he knew about this because it was very unlikely that the robber came out the window rather than a door, despite all the doors being locked when he and his family came back from vacation. He was basically making assumptions with no basis of evidence and just assuming random things like his friends did it or he may have had a part of it. Are they allowed to accuse and make assumptions like that?