US News: 6-month-old twin subject of AMBER Alert in December dies

A sad update to a story we were following here on MissingPeople.Ca back in December.

One of the twin boys who was the center of a US AMBER Alert in December has died.

Police confirmed that Ky’air Thomas was pronounced dead just before midnight Saturday.

Homicide detectives responded to the call for an unresponsive child and are investigating the baby’s death.

Additional details about Ky’air’s death were not immediately available.

In December 2022, Ky’air and his brother Kason were both the subject of an AMBER Alert out of the Columbus area.

Police said the mother of the boys went inside a Donatos Pizza on North High Street for a DoorDash order and left her vehicle running and unlocked with the twins inside.

Nalah Jackson, 24, was inside the restaurant when the mother walked in. Jackson walked out the restaurant’s side door and got into the mother’s vehicle, police said.

Ky’air was found safe at the Dayton International Airport several hours later following the kidnapping. Kason was found safe in Indianapolis days later. Jackson was arrested and charged in connection with the kidnapping.

This is a developing story and will be updated as new information becomes available.


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