Two young Dallas boys in an Amber Alert Monday are safe while their father, who was suspected in their abduction, is in custody facing a murder charge, police say.
Dallas police issued the Amber Alert Monday after Curtis Everett Jeter, accused in the murder of a 20-year-old woman Monday morning in Dallas, took his two young sons, officials said.
The police department posted on social media shortly after 3 a.m. Tuesday that the boys, ages 2 and 4 years old, had been found safe.
Later that morning, Dallas police said 24-year-old Jeter surrendered to homicide detectives early Tuesday at Dallas Police Headquarters. He now faces a murder charge, police said.
Additional details on the case have not been made available by police.