Summertime heat bringing triple digit temperatures to the forecast
Follow storms on KFOR live interactive radar

Tulsa Amber Alert, shooting suspect still at large after children found safe

TULSA, Okla. – Tulsa police say they are still looking for a man who was involved in an Amber Alert and a shooting.

Thursday, police issued an Amber Alert for a nine-year-old boy and 20-month-old girl.

Both children were found safe and are in protective custody, however, officials are still looking for 40-year-old Jason Jordan.

Jason Jordan

They say Jason was at a residence in Tulsa Wednesday when there was a dispute with another family member.

He reportedly shot a family member twice and then fled the scene with the two children.

The vehicle he first drove off in was later found empty by police.

Tulsa police told Fox 23 Jordan took the children to his sister’s house, who then took the children to officers at a Quiktrip.

She told police she did not know about the Amber Alert.

Police say Jordan is armed and dangerous.

The last known vehicle he may be in is a black 4-door 2000 Jeep Grand Cherokee with the Oklahoma tag EUC433.

The man Jordan allegedly shot was transported to a Tulsa hospital to be treated for non-life-threatening injuries.