A Michigan woman is headed back to Alabama to face charges for taking her four children from a Marshall County home.
Marshall County Sheriff's Office deputies picked up Anna Marie Carroll, 37, of Taylor, Mich., Tuesday morning at the Laurel County Jail in Kentucky. They were expected to arrive back in Marshall County Tuesday afternoon.
Taylor faces four counts of interference with custody after authorities said she tried to take her four children, who range in age from 14 to 17, back to Michigan after the Easter holiday.
Taylor and one of the children were found in Kentucky. The other three children were later located in Michigan. Authorities said they rode back to Michigan with Taylor's relatives.
The children have since been brought back to stay with their proper custodians, authorities said.
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