A lot of strange information is surfacing regarding the two brothers that are suspects in the Boston Bombing. Here's some more, this time about the mother.

The mother of the Boston bombing suspects was arrested last year for shoplifting from the Lord & Taylor department store. It was one of their store cameras that caught her sons along marathon route, helping identify them.

The mother of the suspects reportedly wants to return from Russia to the United States to visit her surviving, badly wounded son, but she may get a rude reception if she does come back. Like being placed under arrest.

Police say there's an outstanding warrant for 45 year old Zubeidat Tsarnaeva, stemming from an incident last June in which she allegedly shoplifted more than $1600 worth of designer dresses from a Lord & Taylor store and damaged another couple of dresses worth more than $300.

Tsarnaeva was arrested June 13, 2012 and charged with one felony count of felony larceny and two felony counts of wanton destruction of property. Tsarnaeva failed to show up for an October 25 hearing.

A court clerk said Monday that the warrant for Tsarnaeva's arrest remains outstanding. The theft charge is punishable by up to 5 years in prison. Each of the destruction of property charges carry a potential sentence of up to three years in prison.

Tsarnaeva's 19-year-old son, Dzhokhar, was formally arraigned Monday at a Boston hospital on charges of using a weapon of mass destruction and damaging property. Recovering from multiple gunshot wounds and barely able to speak, he faces a potential sentence of up to life in prison or the death penalty.

Tsarnaeva's other son, 26-year-old Tamerlan, was killed in the same shootout with police in which his brother was badly wounded. Tamerlan may have been killed by being run over by his brother.