Boardman woman faces charges after police say she left fentanyl within the reach of her children.

Julie Mayberry, 35, was arraigned Tuesday on charges of child endangering, inducing panic, and drug possession.

According to a police report, officers showed up at Mayberry’s Oles Avenue apartment Monday afternoon after a relative called a dispatcher to say he was concerned about her welfare.

Police say they were called to the same apartment the day before and found Mayberry in a bathroom with no pulse and wasn’t breathing after an overdose.

One of the woman’s two sons answered the door before Mayberry came out and spoke with the officer.

A relative showed police a white powder he says he found in the bathroom cabinet.  The police report says the powder, which later tested positive for fentanyl, was within reach of the children.

Mayberry, who was booked into the county jail for a court appearance on Tuesday, is scheduled to appear in court again in November.