Child safe, mom arrested in Tulsa stabbing case

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She is believed to have taken her seven-year-old daughter, Hafsa Hailey Ahmad, and authorities are anxious for her safety.

Police said Tuesday that a 7-year-old girl who was reported missing has been found safe.

The police spokesperson said Ahmad may be suffering from mental health and/or drug-related issues.

Authorities say a patrol officer located 39-year-old Taheerah Ahmad in her vehicle in downtown Tulsa, and she was taken into custody without incident.

Anybody with information about Taheerah Ahmad's or Hafsa's whereabout is asked to immediately call police at 918-596-COPS (2677).

One of the remaining children Ahmad, a nine year old who managed to escape to the house of relatives, told the police that her mother was "the rope that she tied the hands of his sister and stuck socks in his mouth", and then stabbed.

A woman allegedly stabbed her daughter, burned down the house and kidnapped another daughter before police found her.

Authorities were looking for Hailey who went missing about 8 p.m. Monday from the 500 block of Mohwak Boulevard in Tulsa.

Police in Tulsa, Oklahoma, found a mother who was accused of stabbing her 11-year-old daughter and leaving her in critical condition before setting her home on fire and kidnapping her 7-year-old daughter.

The 9-year-old woman fled to a close-by residence, the place a few of her prolonged household stay, and known as for assist.

Police say the 11-year-old girl is in "very severe condition" in a Tulsa hospital. She drives a 2005 Lexus RX-300 SUV with a paper license tag, though she may now be driving a navy Ford sedan.

Ahmad reportedly stabbed the 11-year-old girl multiple times.

Police believe Ahmad fled with the youngest girl.