Talking To The Police:
The police are trained to elicit incriminating information from a suspect. Talking to the police about your situation might ultimately be a good idea, but you need to consult an attorney about that course of action. From the beginning, it is your right to remain silent. Talking to others in the jail, friends, family, or anyone is a risk because they might try and offer the government information. Also, you do not want to have these people potentially called as witnesses, giving the government potentially more ammo for their case against you.
The Police Station:
It should come to no surprise that if you end up in the back of a police car, you’re going to be sent to the police station. An individual is brought into the police station if they were arrested based on probable cause or if there was already an arrest or warrant issued for that individual.