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Ohio Amber Alert: Grandma’s message while searching for grandchildren

Columbus, Ohio (WCMH) – Grandmother of missing twin infants Ohio Amber Alert You have a mission to bring him home.

LaFonda Thomas spoke with NBC4’s Kerry Charles on Thursday afternoon. Her family has since reunited with Kiea, who was found Tuesday morning in Dayton, while Casson has been missing for more than three days as of Thursday.

Police are looking for 24-year-old Nala Jackson. Potential Federal Litigation — in connection with the abduction of the twins. Her pair disappeared when her mother left her car running when picking up a pizza delivery order in Short North. Her mother turned around and saw a car with the twins driving away.

My grandmother has spent days wrestling with her family over the disappearance of her twins.

“We’re heading into day four, but as we all know the storm is coming. Cayson’s still there…at this point, we’re kind of desperate,” Lafonda said. “I feel torn, angry, and disparate. As a mother, I don’t know what to do for my children.”

Lafonda Thomas, grandmother of twins Kaia and Kayson Thomas. (NBC4 photo)

My grandmother said the family put all their emotions into the search.

“I did everything in my power to find my grandson,” Lafonda said.

The family has also seen an outpouring of support in the search for Casson.

“I didn’t know the community would be this big outside my four walls,” says LaFonda. “I am so grateful to the media, the police, the social media warriors, everyone I call them.”

As the days pile up, so does the potential for Jackson. A long legal history over custody of her own children — left Ohio. Police have reported no sightings of the stolen car, Jackson, or the missing twins since Tuesday.

Columbus Police Department has shared this map to show that it has alerted law enforcement agencies in five nearby states to beware of Nala Jackson. (Courtesy photo/Columbus Police Department)

“We’re heading into the holiday season, into a stormy weekend. Love your family, love each other, love your kids, because I couldn’t have asked for this from anyone,” Lafonda said. Told.

Grandmother also reunited with the family afterwards and gave an update on Kaia, who was waiting for her brother.

“Kaia is holding up. He still smiles and talks and is a normal five-month-old baby,” said Lafonda. “There’s definitely a bond. I saw him this morning and said, ‘Kaia, Grandma’s going to take your brother home.'”

https://www.wkbn.com/news/ohio/ohio-amber-alert-grandmas-message-as-search-goes-on-for-grandson/ Ohio Amber Alert: Grandma’s message while searching for grandchildren

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