The Amber Alert has been canceled. The children have been found safe.
According to Oklahoma Highway Patrol, a trooper overheard Beckham County dispatch broadcasting a vehicle matching the description of the suspect’s getting fuel at the 26 mile marker on I-40 near Beckham County. Two troopers headed west and also notified Texas authorities.
OHP says a short time later, a truck driver contacted Beckham County authorities that the vehicle was driving westbound at mile marker 7. A Department of Public Safety Port of Entry officer was waiting at exit 7 and watched the vehicle drive by. The officer pulled up behind the vehicle and flashed his emergency lights. The vehicle kept driving but eventually stopped after taking a nearby exit. Two minutes later, state troopers and Beckham County deputies arrived and helped take 40-year-old Donny Jackson into custody.
LEAVENWORTH, Kan. — An AMBER Alert has been issued after two boys were found dead in a Leavenworth home and two young girls are missing, Aven (3) and Nora Jackson (7).
U.S. AMBER Alert made the announcement on twitter Saturday afternoon.
The Leavenworth Sheriff’s office received a 911 call from a home in the 14900 block of Hillside Road. When deputies arrived they found an 11-year-old and 14-year-old boy dead and two young girls missing. MSHP tweeted “the suspect in the abduction and the incident is the father Donny Jackson.
At this time, it is unknown if Jackson is the father of the two young males who were found dead.
The Arkansas State Police agreed to launch an Arkansas AMBER Alert to assist in the recovery of the abducted children.
Jackson was seen driving a black 2008 Honda Civic with KS plates 266MXB