A mother of three who was arrested nearly two years ago after her son found her overdosed on the bathroom floor of her Austintown home, is back in the county jail again.

Youngstown police charged 42-year-old Jennifer Kellish with escape after they say she left St. Elizabeth Boardman Hospital last week while police were called to arrest her on previous warrants.

The police report which lists Kellish as “homeless”, says the woman told officers she was at the hospital for treatment of several medical issues.

She was arrested by Boardman police in November on charges of escape, resisting arrest, obstructing official business, as well as possession of drug abuse instruments and drug paraphernalia.

Kellish, whose arrest record dates back to 2000, was charged by Austintown police in April 2017 after her nine-year-old son ran to a neighbor's home saying he found his mother passed out on the bathroom floor.

EMTs, who told police that they administered two doses of the opiate overdose reversal drug Narcan to Kellish, said they found a hypodermic syringe and burnt spoon with heroin residue underneath Kellish.

The EMTs also told officers that Kellish admitted to them that she had used heroin.

Police say they found three hypodermic syringes and a crack pipe in Kellish's purse.

The police report also says officers found a bottle of Guinness, a can of Mike's Orange Soda still containing alcohol, and a bottle of multi-purpose cleaner in the kitchen.

Police say all of the items were within the reach of Kellish's children, ages nine, five and two at the time.

Kellish pleaded guilty to a charge of inducing panic. Three counts of child endangering were dismissed.

She was sentenced to 90 days in jail and placed on probation for a year.

In 2014, Kellish was arrested by Beaver Township police on a charge of possessing drug abuse instruments. She was convicted of disorderly conduct and given a suspended 30-day jail sentence.