I rent a air conditioning from them and someone took it and I'm wanted so I didn't call the police so now my mom say they came to her house with the police and a warrant for me
This question seems more geared towards collections giving rise to to a criminal charge than domestic violence. Updated accordingly. From the sparse facts provided, it seems that the provider of the air conditioner retained some ownership interest in the unit and is pursing the missing unit as a theft following some other collection activity. Your suggestion that the unit was stolen while in your possession may give foundation of defense to those claims. You should contact an attorney as soon as possible given the serious allegations.
It is appears that you did not call the police because you are wanted on a different charge so that is a major problem. However to answer your question failure to return rented items is a criminal offense and they can file charges.
You need to retain a competent criminal defense attorney to assist you with your problems.
If you didn't have a warrant from an earlier charge, and you had called the police, this may have helped you. Additionally. If you had renter's insurance or had bought the insurance from rent-a-center you would not have any problems now. Yes, you can pick up another charge.
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