A person borrowed a cellphone and made a prank call and the following day the police contact the owner of the phone. The constable said "I can pull your call logs and you would have no say in it". My question is by call logs did he mean the fact that a phone call had been made from the phone to the restaurant or a recording of the call itself? If it's just the fact that the phone had called the restaurant what would that prove?
Can the police pull the "call logs" without the owners permission? Without a warrent? Rogers, the service provider, said they weren't sure if the police could do this and said the owner had to write to their legal department (not phone).
This incident took place in Victoria, B.C., Canada.