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JACKSON, Tenn. (WKRN) – An AMBER ALERT for two brothers who were reported missing from Jackson has been canceled after the teens were found safe on Wednesday morning.

According to the TBI, 17-year-old Taveion Rogers and 15-year-old Traveion Rogers were reportedly last seen on Monday.

Officials stated the two may have been with their mother, Felicia Wilson, 38, and godmother, Damelia Hurt, 48.

Wilson and Hurt were both wanted for kidnapping and are believed to have been driving an older model Chevrolet Impala.

Felicia Wilson, left and Damelia Hurt (Source: TBI)

Hours after the alert was issued, Damelia Hurt turned herself in to Jackson Police. The search continued for the missing Jackson teens and their mother.

Early Wednesday morning, just before 4 a.m., the TBI announced the teens were found safe in Jackson. The teens’ mother, Felicia Wilson, turned herself in and is now in custody, according to the TBI.

No other information was immediately released.