Man Remains Jailed After Central Texas Shooting, Abduction

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TEMPLE (March 15, 2014) Vincent Corson, 30, remained in the Dallas County Jail Saturday charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon in a shooting in Temple that left his estranged wife injured.

Vincent Corson, Jr., and Isaiah Corson, 2. (Police photos)

Corson was arrested Friday afternoon in Garland after fleeing with his infant son, which led to a statewide Amber Alert.

Isaiah Corson, 2, was found safe after officers stopped Vincent Corson near the Gus Thomasson Road exit on I-30.

Corson was driving the victim’s 2007 Mazda 6 sedan in which police say he fled after the shooting.

Online jail records show that he’s being held for authorities in Bell County in lieu of $85,000 bond.

The woman, whose name wasn’t released, 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.

She was holding the infant in her arms when she was shot, police said.

She underwent surgery and Scott & White Hospital, but is expected to survive, police said.

Information about her condition wasn’t available.

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

A 6-year-old boy who was also in the apartment wasn't injured, police said.

Another man who was at the scene protected the boy by taking him and running off, police said.

Officers found the missing toddler after a traffic stop on Interstate 30 in Garland. (WFAA-TV photo)