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The twins were in a car believed to have been stolen by known child abuser Naleh Jackson, 24, on Monday night.

A woman accused of stealing a car with twin babies inside in the Short North area Monday night has been charged with two counts of kidnapping and a warrant has been issued for her arrest, according to Franklin County Municipal Court records. .

Kason Thomas and his twin brother Kyair disappeared around 9:45 p.m. Monday.

Police said the mother of the children walked into a Donatos Pizza on North High Street to pick up a DoorDash order and left her Honda Accord running and unlocked with the babies still inside.


Nalah Jackson, 24, was inside the restaurant when her mother walked in. Jackson left through the side door of the restaurant and got into the mother’s vehicle, according to court documents. Jackson drove north on the High Street as her mother left Donatos.

Kyair was found safe at the Dayton International Airport early Tuesday morning and is safe with his family, police said. Kason is still missing and is believed to be in danger.

Jackson is described as being 5 feet 7 inches tall, has black hair and brown eyes and weighs 159 pounds. Police said at this time that they do not believe she had any connection or relationship to her mother or her twins.

Police said the stolen 2010 Honda Accord 4-door is missing its front bumper, has a broken Ohio temporary registration plate number of M965246 on the rear window, and a white decal reading “Westside City Toys.” Authorities said the car was suspected to have been in an accident and had damage and a purple paint transfer on the left side.


Jackson has a criminal record and had been accused of abusing her own son. In June 2021, Jackson pleaded guilty to child endangerment after her 11-month-old son fell down a ladder, the Columbus Dispatch reported.

She was later sentenced to 13 days in prison and placed on two years’ probation.

In September 2021, Jackson went to the National Youth Advocacy Center for a supervised visit with her children, but she ran away and stopped a stranger’s car, police said.


He created a GoFundMe page to raise money, but the site’s policies do not allow users to raise funds for ransom payments.

Police have issued an alert to neighboring states Michigan, Pennsylvania, Indiana, West Virginia and Kentucky to report the sighting of the 2010 Honda Accord.

Local gun violence advocate Dion Green has announced that he will hand out a $10,000 reward for the baby’s return, no questions asked.

“I hope the bounty can make something happen,” Dion told the Dispatch. “Any leads to help me find the kid, I’ll give you your $10,000.”