Two Boys Found Safe in South Carolina; Amber Alert Canceled

By: Steffany Puckett, WSAZ News Staff Email
By: Steffany Puckett, WSAZ News Staff Email

UPDATED 5/10/14 @ 4:54 a.m.
GREENVILLE, S.C. (WSAZ) -- An Amber alert has been canceled after two boys who were believed to have been abducted by their father in New Jersey were found safe at his home in South Carolina.

NBC affiliate WISTV10 in Columbia, S.C. says the boys were found safe by South Carolina Law Enforcement early Saturday morning.

Anthony Jordan, 7, and Nicholas Jordan, 8, were taken from their home in Lodi, New Jersey by their father, John Jordan.

New Jersey State Police told WISTV the boys were found at the father's home in Greenville, S.C. unharmed.

John Jordan is in custody. Charges are pending.



ORIGINAL STORY
New Jersey (WSAZ) -- An Amber alert has been issued for two young boys believed to have been abducted by their father and are possibly headed for West Virginia.

New Jersey State Police say Anthony Jordan, 7, and Nicholas Jordan, 8, were taken from school by their father after their mother was found stabbed to death in their home.

The boys were last seen wearing their school uniforms; a maroon colored collared shirt and khaki pants.

Their father, 47-year-old John Jordan, may be driving a 2007 Black Honda Civic with the license plate number VHH37S.

Police say Jordan may be headed to Virginia, West Virginia, North or South Carolina.

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