Exclusive: Interview with Irondale kidnapping suspect before turning himself into police

Jackie Henderson spoke exclusively with ABC 33/40 before turning himself into Irondale Police for questioning Thursday. (

Jackie Henderson, 26, turned himself into Irondale Police for questioning regarding a two-year-old girl that went missing Thursday morning.

Henderson gave an exclusive interview with ABC 33/40 reporter Haley Westbrook to{}tell her{} he did nothing wrong before turning himself into police.

Watch the video above or click here.


The mother and daughter, who police said was taken from her house on the 500 block of Wonder Lane Thursday morning, were reunited at Irondale City Hall around 11:30 a.m. Police said the child's grandmother dropped her off after she was reported missing.

Police continue to search for 26-year-old Jackie Henderson, who is believed to have taken the child. The vehicle{}Henderson left in, which belongs to the child's mother, was located at a Jefferson County residence on Candy Mountain Road.{}

It is not clear whether Henderson is the child's father.


Update:ABC 33/40 has confirmed that it was the child's grandmother who dropped her off. Police are still looking for Henderson. Haley Westbrook is in Irondale waiting on the reunion between mother and daughter.


Update:The missing child has been found safe. She was dropped off at Irondale City Hall. At this point, we do not know who dropped her off.


Irondale police are investigating the possible kidnapping of a 2-year-old girl from the 500 block of Wonder Lane in Irondale.

The girl was last seen wearing purple boots, purple pants, a black shirt, and a pink jacket.

Police believe Jackie Henderson took the girl. Henderson is described as a black male, approximately 5'8" tall, weighing 155 pounds. He is 26 years old and believed to be driving a 1998 Gray 4 door Lincoln Town Car with Alabama tag # BC07863.