Amber Alert canceled; Tulsa boy found safe - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

Amber Alert canceled; Tulsa boy found safe

Jason Taylor, 2 (Source: Texas DPS) Jason Taylor, 2 (Source: Texas DPS)
William Taylor, 28 (Source: Texas DPS) William Taylor, 28 (Source: Texas DPS)
TULSA, OK (KCBD) -

The Amber Alert issued Wednesday night for an Oklahoma man who took his 2-year-old son from his mother has been canceled.

Tulsa police have arrested 28-year-old Corey Taylor and taken 2-year-old Jason Taylor into protective custody.

They were found in Tulsa County a little after 6 a.m. Thursday morning.

You can find a list of active and past Amber Alerts at the Texas DPS website.

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