Amber Alert Lifted After Abducted Temple Toddler Found Safe

By: KWTX Email
By: KWTX Email

Isaiah Corson
2 year old black male
40 lbs
brown eyes
black hair

Vincent Corson
29 year old black male
200 lbs
brown eyes
black hair
black jacket, blue jeans

Vehicle Description
2007 Mazda 6
TX Plate CCS2279
Tinted Windows

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TEMPLE - A statewide Amber Alert issued late Friday morning for Isaiah Corson, 2, who was abducted after a shooting in Temple that left his mother injured, has been lifted.

The toddler was found safe after officers stopped a car on Interstate 30 in Garland.

The woman’s estranged husband, Vincent Corson, 30, was reported to be driving the victim’s 2007 Mazda 6 sedan.

Officers pulled the car over early Friday afternoon near the Gus Thomasson Road exit on I-30.

The alert said he was considered armed and dangerous.

The woman was shot three times at around 6:30 a.m. Friday at the Greenbrier Park apartments at 2405 South 13th St. in Temple, police said.

The woman, whose name wasn’t released was in surgery and Scott & White Hospital, but is expected to survive, police said.

The victim had a protective order against Corson, police said.

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