Disturbing twist after two boys found dead in home

Nellie Chapman
October 25, 2020

The Jackson girls have been recovered and the suspect detained, according to the Kansas Bureau of Investigation.

An Amber Alert had been issued for the missing girls, ages after 7 and 3, after two boys believed to be their brothers, ages 14 and 11, were found dead in the home, according to reports.

At 4:30pm, we learned that the Kansas Highway Patrol made an unrelated auto stop on the suspect's vehicle on Highway 169 near the OK border today at approximately 12:35 p.m.

His daughters Nora Jackson, seven, and Aven Jackson, three, were safely recovered from their father's vehicle shortly before 7pm local time. They were last seen in the 14900 block of Hillside Road in Leavenworth.

Police were called to a residence in Leavenworth, Kansas to discover two boys dead and the two girls missing on Saturday (local time).

The abducted children were in the vehicle, it said.

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Jackson was being held in the Beckham County jail in Oklahoma, pending extradition to Kansas, the station reported. Authorities believe the girls were abducted by their father, Donny Jackson.

Additional Amber Alerts that were issued in Missouri, Oklahoma and Arkansas have now ended.

Aven has blond hair and blue eyes.

Authorities also discovered seven-year-old Nora Jackson, a white female with blonde-brown shoulder-length hair and blue or hazel eyes, and three-year-old Aven Jackson, also a white female with blonde shoulder-length hair and blue eyes, were both missing. He has long brown hair with a slight red color and blue eyes. He also has a full beard.

The suspect was seen driving a black 2008 Honda Accord near State Highway 169 in Oklahoma with a Kansas license plate that reads 266-MXB.

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