Welcome and thank you
for your question!
I am most sorry for the delay in your receipt of an answer. From the facts you've described, you have not been charged with a crime, those no criminal warrant would issue.
Separately, you have not indicated if you were properly served with a notice or subpoena
to appear. If you were subpoenaed and failed to appear, then the court may issue a warrant for your non-appearance on the subpoena; however, that warrant would not be enforced across state lines. In other words, you would not be arrested or extradited in another state for it.
If, somehow, the court were to extinguish your legal rights to the vehicle and if you failed to return it upon demand/order, then technically one could try to levy criminal charges of being in possession
of a stolen auto. To get to that point, however, there are a lot of speculates "ifs" between now and then.
My goal is to provide you with excellent service – if you feel you have gotten anything less, please reply back. I am happy to address follow-up questions. Again, I am very sorry of the delay that you experienced from others. I was not online at that time but I hope that I have since addressed your concerns. Thank you for your business!