Amber Alert Canceled After three Kids Discovered Protected In Owasso, 2 Suspects In Custody
Current update 1:26 p.m .:
Owasso police say three children were found safely and two suspects are in custody after Union City police issued an amber alarm on Friday afternoon.
The children, identified as 13-year-old Jayden King, 12-year-old Kizzabelle King, and 6-year-old Jensen King, are now in DHS custody after being found at a residence in Owasso.
The children’s parents, 35-year-old Christian King and 32-year-old Samantha King, are now in custody.
According to the authorities, Christian King made suicidal remarks to members of his family and issued an active warrant for sexual assault on children.
According to the police, the children’s parents brought the children to Owasso because they had families in the area. When they arrived in Owasso, the family member informed the authorities of the king’s location.
This is a current update. The original story is below.
An Amber Alert has been issued for three missing Edmond children who are being taken to Tulsa Subway Station according to authorities.
The children – identified as 13-year-old Jayden King, 12-year-old Kizzabelle King, and 6-year-old Jensen King – were last seen in the Edmond area around 7 a.m. on Thursday.
Union City authorities consider 35-year-old Christian King and 32-year-old Samantha King as suspects in the case.
The missing children are said to be in a gray or black 2006 Honda Accord with the Oklahoma license plate JNJ839.
Authorities also said Christian King made suicidal comments to members of his family.
This is a developing story.
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