Amber Alert: Authorities say child is in “immediate danger” of death

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CLEVELAND COUNTY, Okla. - An Amber Alert was issued after authorities said a child was taken by her parents and is in "immediate danger" of death. Investigators also believe three other children are with the couple.

Officials are looking for 1-year-old Bracie Schivers after she was taken by Tara Springfield and Bryant Schivers, Jr.

Mike Iser lives on a rural stretch of road and said the couple were his former neighbors.

"I never had too many encounters with them except the deal over the horse one time. And, she pulled a gun on me, so I guess they weren't very good neighbors," Iser said. "I've seen their kids more than them, and I heard they were into their drugs and everything."

Investigators said the couple is known to abuse heavy drugs, and the Cleveland County Sheriff's Office said they found evidence of child endangerment. A judge recently terminated their parental rights to Bracie.

But, when deputies and DHS went to remove the child from a rural residence, they were nowhere to be found.

Authorities also believe three other children are with Springfield and Schivers: Bryant Schrivers, Jr.; Bailey Schivers and Braddock Schivers.

DPS said there was a possible sighting of the suspects' truck along I-35 in Moore, but the caller was unable to keep up.

Authorities are searching for a white Chevy pickup with an Oklahoma plate: BQQ-657.

Anyone with information is asked to call police right away.

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