Ann Pettway, a woman suspected of kidnapping Carlina Renae White at infancy in 1987, surrendered to authorities in Connecticut on Sunday, according to reports.

Federal prosecutors will reportedly charge her with kidnapping on Monday.

A warrant was issued for Pettway's arrest on Friday in the 23 year old kidnapping case.

White, who was raised under the name Nejdra Nance in Connecticut, found her biological mother earlier this month after becoming suspicious that Pettway was not her mother.

Joy White, Carlina's mother, says her daughter was abducted when she was 19 days old. Joy and father Carl Tyson said they brought their daughter to a Harlem hospital in 1987 because of a fever and handed her to a woman who looked like a nurse.

The parents said they left the hospital to rest and her daughter was nowhere to be found when they returned.