GREENFIELD (CBS) – A New Hampshire woman who fled the state with her young daughter turned herself into police on Saturday morning.

Tabitha Rantanen of Portsmouth, N.H., was ordered to surrender custody of her four-month old daughter on Feb. 13 pending a hearing. Instead, police said Rantanen took her daughter and left the state.

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Portsmouth police said on Saturday that Rantanen turned herself in at the Greenfield Police Department and gave the baby to police.

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The young girl is now in temporary custody of Massachusetts Child Protective Services. She is in good health, police said.

Rantanen was arrested as a fugitive from justice on a felony charge of interference with custody.

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She is scheduled to be arraigned in Greenfield District Court on Monday.