4 kids, woman found safe after Tennessee abduction

4 kids, woman found safe after Tennessee abduction

The statement says Octivas Crout remains at large. Police said he surrendered without incident.

Again, the four children and their mother were found safe.

TBI says the children later were found safe in Lexington, about 110 miles (177 kilometers) northeast of Memphis.

The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation is looking for a man accused of kidnapping his family at gunpoint, sparking a statewide AMBER Alert on Sunday.

"Crout, who goes by the name Octavious Woods, is described as 6'1" tall, weighs 195 pounds and has black hair and brown eyes. The search is still on for the suspect in the case - Octavias Crout.

They are believed to be in Amanda's vehicle which is a dark brown 2010 Hyundai Sonata with a TN license plate of 856QDG.

Amanda Crout has also been charged with filing a false report, neglect, aggravated child abuse and accessory after the fact.

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