The Oklahoma City Police Department confirm they have found an 11-year-old girl and a 10-month-old boy reported missing, Thursday evening.
According to the report, police believed 11-year-old Aaliyah Frazier and 10-month-old Jamari Dupree were with 44-year-old Carey Johnson. They were last seen in the 800 block of Southeast 43rd Street.
Officials initially called this an Amber Alert, but later said the situation did not meet the criteria for an Amber Alert.
Police said the kids were with a woman they shouldn't be with, but they didn't identify their relationship.
After learning the news, Tammara Lucero, a neighbor of the two kids, said she and her family have been on heightened alert.
Lucero said the little girl is close in age to her daughter and that she's spoken with her before.
"Very sweet, loving little girl, very outgoing," said Lucero. "I've seen them a few times, I've talked to them on the convenience store, the little girl, I've never seen the little boy."
Thursday evening, OKC police received information that Johnson and a man, identified as 50-year-old Michael Culter, were seen with the two children near Interstate 40 and Choctaw Road. Officers performed a traffic stop and arrested both Johnson and Coulter on a complaint of child stealing and possession of a firearm.
The two children were placed in state custody.