UPDATE: Mother of Kidnapped Child Turns Herself In
Updated: Wednesday, January 23 2013, 02:39 PM EST
Update: 11:23 p.m. 1/22/13
NEWARK -- Newark police say Amanda Jordan turned herself in late Tuesday night, and that little six-month-old Nicayla Jordan is safe.
Jordan, who police say kidnapped her little girl after being
released from jail on Thursday, was on the run for several days. Newark Police had arrested the six-month-old's grandmother, Susan Allen, 51, and the child's aunt, Rockell Hudson, 20.
Police would only say that Jordan turned herself in, and that the child is safe.
We are continuing to follow this story, and will update this story as new information becomes available.
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NEWARK -- Police have sent a picture of a missing baby to law enforcement agencies across the state as they search for the little girl in a possible custody dispute.
Nicayla Jordan is just six months old and has been missing since Wednesday when Licking County Children's Services was granted emergency custody.
Jordan's mother, Amanda Jordan, her grandmother, Susan Allen and aunt, Rockell Hudson are missing too.
Amanda Jordan is accused of kidnapping as well as custody interference.
Jordan was released from jail Thursday for probation violation.
Allen and Hudson both have warrants out for custody interference.
Police are also looking for two vehicles including a black 1993 Eagle Talon with Ohio tags EOY3704 and a gray Jeep Limited with Ohio tags FKC3202.
An Amber Alert has not been issued in this case.
If you've seen the women or the baby call police.
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