Your question implies that you do have lines of communication open with this juvenile. You need to take care that you do nothing that could be construed as aiding and abetting his flight from justice, or you could find yourself on the receiving end of criminal charges. This boy needs to be convinced to turn himself in before he gets himself in even more trouble than he's already in.
Even if he could or would you do not have the authority to negotiate any deal. The longer this kid stays out the worse he is making it for himself and anyone that is assisting him in avoiding being picked up. If the kid shows up you need to tell him to turn himself in or call the police. You are putting yourself at risk if he does appear at your house and you do nothing. The child should contact an attorney who can work to turn him in and start working on getting a release for him. Only an attorney can do this.
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