(KXAS) -- The Amber Alert for a missing 11-year-old Texas girl has been canceled after the girl was found safe Tuesday afternoon in Trinity County, KPRC-TV in Houston reports.
Savannah Hurley was taken by her mother, Shelley Jean Hurley, Monday night, after a confrontation with Child Protective Services. CPS was trying to take custody of the girl at the time after her mother failed a drug test, KPRC reports.
The Houston Chronicle reports the child's maternal grandmother, Patricia Rutledge, has been arrested and charged with interfering with child custody in connection with the abduction after she turned over custody of Savannah to the child's mother instead of CPS case workers.
The Texas Department of Safety issued statewide Amber Alerts in Texas, Arkansas, Oklahoma and Louisiana, for the girl, though they said it was possible the girl may have been brought to North Texas.
On Tuesday afternoon those suspicions were given creedence when a Subaru Legacy sought in connection with the girl's abduction was recovered in Mesquite. With the girl being found in the same county where she was abducted, it is not clear if the girl or her mother were in North Texas.
Child Protective Services is once again taking custody of the child, officials said.
Additional details on the mother's location, pending charges or what led to the child being found are not yet available.