A Wednesday hearing before a judge in Mahoning County Common Pleas Court could determine if a Beloit woman will be released seven months early after being sentenced for allowing her one-and-a-half-year-old daughter to overdose on the powerful opiate fentanyl.

Elizabeth Warner, 27, pleaded guilty in June to child endangering and according to online records, began serving a fifteen month sentence in the Ohio Reformatory for women two weeks ago.

Warner, who was credited with serving 233 days in jail before being transferred to prison, has been brought back to the Mahoning County jail where she awaits a judicial release hearing scheduled for Wednesday morning before Judge Anthony D'Apolito.

The 15-month sentence handed down by Judge D'Apolito was longer than the nine-month sentence recommended by prosecutors.

Warner and 32-year-old Corey Douglas were arrested in February after Smith Township police accused them of allowing their one-and-half-year-old daughter to overdose on the powerful opiate fentanyl.

Police say the parents brought the toddler to the police department claiming the child may have taken a Percocet while at the couple’s recreational vehicle on Johnson Road.

According to the police report, the girl’s lips were turning blue, she had a faint pulse and shallow breathing.

A police officer administered rescue breaths and gave the child a dose of the opiate overdose reversal drug, Narcan.

A rescue squad took the child to a hospital in Alliance.  She was later transferred to Akron Children’s Hospital where a social work reported seeing white powder on the toddler’s lips and hands.

Police say a toxicology report indicated fentanyl in the child’s system.

Douglas pleaded guilty to child endangering in July and is serving one-and-a-half years in prison.