Deanne Stein, News9.com

UPDATE: OKLAHOMA CITY -- A suspect the FBI considered "armed and dangerous" has surrendered to U.S. Marshals.

Jimmy Ford, Jr., 35, surrendered Wednesday morning. He's charged with the distribution of crack cocaine. An arrest warrant was issued on Ford August 2.

OKLAHOMA CITY -- The Federal Bureau of Investigation in Oklahoma is looking for a suspect they consider "armed and dangerous."

Jimmy Ford, Jr., 35, is charged with the distribution of crack cocaine. An arrest warrant was issued on Ford August 2.

According to the FBI, Ford sold crack cocaine to a cooperating witness. Detectives from Oklahoma City Police Department and Agents from the FBI attempted to serve the arrest warrant for Ford on August 5. However, Ford was not at his last known residence. Investigators said the next day, all belongings and contents from Ford's home were gone.

Investigators believe Ford is in possession of firearms and considered armed and dangerous. He also has access to a blue Lincoln Navigator, Oklahoma license plate 241 ALH, a 1976 blue Chevrolet two-door vehicle with blues stripes on the hood, Oklahoma license plate 869 BBO, and a black Lexus four door sedan, Oklahoma license plate 713 EPS.

A reward of up to $1,000 is being offered for any information leading to the location and arrest of Ford. Anyone with information should contact the Oklahoma City Division of the FBI at (405) 290-7770. You may remain anonymous.