A mother has been charged with murder months after the remains of her 15-month-old daughter were found at a family member’s property in Tennessee.

WSOC-TV reports Megan Boswell was indicted on 19 charges, including felony murder and child abuse in the death of her daughter, Evelyn Mae Boswell.

An Amber Alert was issued for the toddler in February of this year, although authorities say she hadn’t been seen since December of 2019.

A 17 day search across three states, including North Carolina ended when her remains were discovered on a family member’s property in Blountville, Tennessee in March.

Boswell has been in jail since February 25 when she was arrested on a charge of filing a false report. Authorities said her inaccurate and conflicting statements had impeded on their investigation.

She initially told state investigators that Evelyn was with her father, Ethan Perry. But Perry is stationed with the U.S. Army at Fort Polk, Louisiana, and did not have Evelyn.

Boswell later said her mother, Angela Boswell, took her daughter to a campground in Mendota, Virginia, not far from Tennessee’s Sullivan County. Authorities searched multiple campgrounds in that area and found no sign of the girl.

Boswell is due back in court on Aug. 28.