LANCASTER, N.H. — A New Hampshire woman who fled the state with her 8-year-old daughter a decade ago amid a custody dispute is facing a new charge of witness tampering.

Genevieve Kelley was already set to go on trial next month in Coos County Superior Court on a felony charge of custodial interference. A grand jury indicted her Friday on that charge and the tampering count.

Kelley, 51, disappeared with her daughter, Mary Nunes, and went to Central America in 2004 during a dispute with her then-husband. After Nunes turned 18 last year, Kelley turned herself in to authorities.

Friday’s indictment says the tampering charge stems from Kelley and her second husband, Scott Kelley, making the girl unavailable for a court-ordered evaluation when they fled.

U.S. marshals took Scott Kelley into custody Wednesday as a fugitive from justice.