Police in Lowell, Massachusetts, located a father who took off with his 10-month-old daughter on Tuesday afternoon.
According to the police, Calvin Sulzle, age 24, was met at Logan Airport this morning and accompanied detectives from the Family Services Unit to the Lowell Police Station.
Officers learned the child was safe with family members in Colorado.
According to the police department, officers responded to 26 Walnut Street on Monday morning and filed a 51A or child abuse allegation against Sulzle.
The Department of Children and Families decided to go to the apartment Monday afternoon and take custody of the child but Sulzle would not cooperate and left before DCF arrived.
On Tuesday, a judge issued a court order to take custody of the child but when police arrived at the residence, they learned Sulzle had fled the state with the child.
Police believe he is heading to Mission, South Dakota, where he is a member of the Native American tribe the Sioux Rosebud Tribe.
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Sulzle is described as a Native American male, 5'10'', 150 lbs, black hair in a 'Faux Hawk style.
The child is Summer Monteiro-Bravehawk, 27', 25 lbs.
Anyone with information is urged to contact police.