After a three-day manhunt, the suspect in the kidnappings of twin 5-month-old boys in Ohio was charged in two states.
Nalah Jackson, 24, was ultimately arrested in Indianapolis Thursday night and charged with felony battery of bodily waste, according to Marion County, Indiana jail records.
She will be extradited to Columbus, Ohio, where Jackson will face two counts of kidnapping, according to police.
Jackson had been sought by police since Monday night, when she allegedly stole a Honda Accord from a Columbus Donatos Pizza while the boys’ mother went inside to pick up a DoorDash delivery order.
Kyair Thomas was discovered abandoned but safe at the Dayton International Airport, about 70 miles west of the Donatos Pizza, around 4:45 a.m. Tuesday, according to police.
Kason Thomas remained missing until late Thursday evening, when tips led Indianapolis Metropolitan police to the missing Honda Accord, which was parked outside a Papa John’s in Indianapolis.
Officers apprehended Jackson and continued to search for Kason until he was located.
The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department shared a photo of an officer carrying baby Kason, who was snuggled inside a heavy jacket.
“A photo is worth a thousand words. The IMPD is thankful that Kason Thomas was found safe earlier this evening,” the IMPD said in a statement on its Facebook page.
“We would like to thank the IMPD officers and detectives who worked to track down the baby and suspect. Additionally, we would like to thank members of the community who helped in locating him.”
All questions were referred to Columbus police, who didn’t return Fox News Digital’s emailed request for comment.
“The 5-month-old boy is in good health & being transported to a hospital to be checked out,” the Columbus Division of Police tweeted Thursday night.
The department stated on Facebook on Friday morning that the “investigation is still ongoing between the Columbus Division of Police, Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department, Dayton Police Department, Federal Bureau of Investigation, and other law enforcement agencies.”
Both boys are being cared for by professionals, which was the primary focus of Columbus Police Chief Elaine Bryant’s press conferences.