Police were investigating a shooting death outside a cafe in Dallas, Texas. Defendant Orozco had left the scence of the shooting and had returned to his boardinghouse to sleep. At about 4 a.m. four police officers arrived at the petitoner's boardinghouse, were admitted by and unidentified woman, and were told that the petitioner was asleep in the bedroom. All four officials entered the bedroom and began to problem the petitioner. From the moment he gave his name, according to the testimony of one of the officers, the petitioner was not free to go where he pleased, but was "under arrest." the officers asked him if he had been to the El Farleto restaurant that night; when he answered yes, he was asked if he owned a pistol. The petitoner admitted to owning one. After being asked a second time werhe the pistol was located, he admitted it was in the washing machine in the backroom of the boardinghouse. Ballistics tests indicated that the gun found in the washing machine was the gun that fired the fatal shot.
1. Should the statements of the defendant be admitted as evidence?
2. Should the gun be admitted as evidence.
3. describe both answers