It's down to a battle of jurisdictions in the Baby Veronica case. Three-year-old Veronica has been living in Oklahoma with her biological father Dusten Brown, but courts have finalized her adoption by a Charleston-area couple. Kathleen Weso-Bauer was there yesterday when Brown surrendered to authorities in Sequoyah County. She said, if "the father makes a choice that he wants to take care of that child and raise that child, that's his option. Nobody has a right to stop him from doing that." We're told authorities want Brown back in South Carolina where he faces charges of custodial interference. Weso-Bauer supports the three-year old girl staying with her father (Dusten Brown) under the Indian Child Welfare Act. "There's a reason why (the Indian Child Welfare Act) was in place. It was to protect our Indian people and our children and to make sure that our children stay within our tribal communities." South Carolina authorities want to bring Veronica back to her adoptive parents. Brown's attorney says his client is caught between competing jurisdictions.