Initially,I would advise you not to post detailed information concerning pending criminal matters.Secondly,the mother can be charged if it is determined that she knew of her son's whereabouts or assisted in his absconding.Phone records can be obtained by warrant or subpoena.The brother,being 14,can be charged and if the charges are proven would be adjudicated "delinquent" in Juvenile Court.
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The mother can absolutely be charged. They will be able to request the phone records. The younger brother will also likely be charged if the police believe that he is also aware of what is going on and is lying.
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