EDITOR'S NOTE: A previous version of this story was written based on an initial police report from Warren PD, which stated an incorrect location where the incident occurred. We've since amended this error.

A 42-year-old Warren man is charged was child endangering after police say his 7-year-old son overdosed on marijuana edibles.

Warren police were called to St. Joseph Hospital on January 4 to investigate the suspected overdose.

Brandon Corbisello told officers that his son became ill after eating marijuana edibles at the home of a relative. 

Despite these claims, Warren Police detective Nick Carney tells 21 News that this incident did not occur at the relative's home but actually occurred at his home.

Carney says Corbisello tried to pin the act on a relative who had nothing to do with the incident.

After inducing the boy to vomit, the father took him to Akron Children’s Hospital in Warren.

The child was later taken to St. Joseph Hospital for further treatment.

Although the police report describes the incident as “accidental”, the father was charged with child endangering on Monday.

Brandon Corbisello pleaded “not guilty” to the charge and another court hearing was scheduled for March.

The case has been referred to Children’s Services.