UPDATE - Children found safe after Amber Alert

UPDATE: Police say the children involved in an Amber Alert have been found safe. 

 

UPDATE - Tulsa Police have confirmed the vehicle involved in an Amber Alert / shooting in north Tulsa on Thursday has been found in the 1100 block of N. Winston empty.

TULSA -- An Amber Alert has been issued after a shooting in north Tulsa on Thursday evening.

The shooting happened in the 2400 block of North Winston Avenue.

The Amber Alert was issued for Jace Jordan, 9, and Andi Jordan, 1. The suspect is Jason Jordan, 40. Police said Jason Jordan got involved in a dispute with a family member and shot the other family member twice.

Jason Jordan fled the location in a tan or champagne-colored Acura TSX four-door, limo dark tint 2005 year model which was later found in the 1100 block of N. Winston near Apache and Yale, but no one was in the vehicle. Police are also listing a second vehicle he could possibly be driving - a 2000 black Grand Cherokee Jeep with an Oklahoma license tag of EUC433.

He was last seen wearing a green and white shirt and blue jeans.

Police said the children may be in danger based on the suspect's reckless behavior and past criminal history.

A man in his 40s was shot and taken to a hospital. Police said the injuries appear to not be life-threatening.

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