A 'friend' and I were walking on the sidewalk, late at night. A police officer pulled up and asked us where we were going, etc. At several points I asked the officer if I was under arrest or if I was free to go, and I was told 'not to move.' The person I was walking with consented to a search of his person and belongings, which turned up marijuana hash, and a smoking device. I was arrested along with him, and charged with possession of paraphrenalia. The police report says that I admitted to 'owning' the smoking device (which I never did). Even though I never had anything on me (everything was on his person), does the possession charge have merit? They have the police report which has me admitting to owning it while on the street (which is silly--I refused to speak to the police) and quite possibly the other person's statement (I have no doubt he would lie to get himself out of trouble)--does their charge have enough merit for me to plead to it, or should I fight it?