Ontario, Canada. Today I was escorted to the office of my school by my VP where there was a detective and another VP (not trying to be dramatic). Now to give you the info, my school about a month or two ago had a lockdown due to a believed intruder. So they show me some footage from the computer of me pacing and looking down a hallway (the reason why I was looking down the hallway is because some kid was trying to put paint on my shirt and I didn't want himt o come up behind me), I was also waiting for my next class. I tell her I was near my friends who were around the corner who were also in my class. By then I was really nervous because I thought they had the wrong idea. She then asks me other questions like did you see or hear anything suspicious I say no because I didn't. She also asks me could I see the door from where I am and she also asked for my friends names. She also mentioned the person that reported the intruder is being charged for lying about it. To make this shorter, she then asks me for my birthdate (possibly seeing my birthdate?), which is by the way 15. She then asks for my address and phone number and says she will be talking to my friends and she then says do not talk to your friends about this. I later then arrive home and after a while the phone rings and my mom picks up. I listen closely and I hear the detective say something like that she wants me to write a statement. I thought about it and the possible reason she wants my statement on how I noticed nothing odd is so that they can have evidence that the person who reported the intruder, did indeed lie. Should I write a statement or sign anything she gives me or is this going to be digging myself into a hole about something that I have no part in? BTW, sorry for the hard to read paragraphs.