UPDATE (12/23/2022) -- The woman accused of kidnapping two infants from a parked car was located in Indianapolis and arrested Thursday, Dec. 22.
Columbus Police announced Nalah Jackson was taken into custody, though at the time, missing 5-month-old Kason Thomas was not with her. Police extended an Amber Alert into the state of Indiana.
Police found Kason in a Papa John's not long after Jackson's arrest. He was reportedly still in the stolen car and wearing the same clothing. Columbus Police said he was in "good health" and was taken to a hospital "to be checked out."
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The IMPD is thankful that Kason Thomas was found earlier this evening.
We would like to thank the IMPD Officers and Detectives who worked to track down the baby and suspect.
COLUMBUS, Ohio (TCD) -- Officials in several states are searching for a missing 5-month-old boy who was reportedly kidnapped with his twin from a restaurant parking lot this week.
According to the Columbus Police Department, on Dec. 19 at approximately 9:45 p.m., a woman called 911 from Donato’s Pizza to report her Honda Accord had been stolen with her two children inside. Officers arrived minutes later and learned a homeless woman, Nalah Jackson, was allegedly inside the pizzeria and left as soon as the mother walked in. Columbus Police then identified her as the main suspect in the case.
Police immediately began searching the area and issued an Amber Alert for Kyian and Kason Thomas at 1:15 a.m.