Police Cancel Amber Alert For Two Tulsa Children Found Safe
TULSA, Oklahoma - Police canceled an Amber Alert early Friday for two Tulsa children reported missing after a shooting Thursday.
They say nine-year-old Jace Jordan and one-year-old Andi Jordan are now safe.
Police say the suspect's sister told officers her brother, Jason Jordan, 40, dropped off the children at around 6 p.m.
At around midnight, Jordan's sister said she was driving with Jace and Andi in her vehicle when she heard the Amber Alert. Seeing a police car at a QuikTrip at 11th Street and Highway 169, she stopped and told the officer she had the children and was unaware an Amber Alert had been issued.
Police said Jason Jordan drove off with the two kids following a shooting of a family member in the 2400 block of North Winston at around 5 p.m.
Police later found Jordan's vehicle in the 1300 block of North Winston, but the children were not inside.
After talking to the children's aunt, police allowed her to leave with the two kids.
Officers are still looking for Jason Jordan, who they now believe is driving a black 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee with an Oklahoma license plate EUC-433.