Answered on Nov 30th, 2016 at 8:38 AM
I would highly recommend you retain an attorney for your son. Any statements that your son makes could be used against him. Often, something that appears to be an innocent statement, can end up looking like someone who is not involved, is involved. Please encourage him to get an attorney to coordinate with the investigating agency. It will help both of you to sleep better at night.
Every criminal lawyer has been in a situation where they represent a client who thought they were only "helping" the police investigate a crime, when, in fact, their new client was the focus of the investigation.
Get him a criminal lawyer in your area.