A Warren woman is accused of endangering children after a one-year-old was found to be living in deplorable conditions and developing a rash.

According to a police report from Warren PD, officers were called to a home on the 3100 Block of Clearwater Street on Monday in reference to a verbal dispute between a social worker and a woman involving custody of a juvenile.

Upon arrival, police spoke to a child welfare caseworker who told police that the child's mother, identified as Carlene Williamson reached out to the Trumbull County United Way help line for assistance.

The caseworker told police when the Family Success Network arrived, the noticed the conditions of the child and the home itself, describing the living conditions as "deplorable" and "not fit for the children."

That's when Trumbull County Children's Services got involved.

According to the report, Williamson has a five-year-old son along with the one-year-old and her sister also lives at the residence with her children.

Police say when EMTs arrived on scene and checked out the child, they observed feces running down his legs and his diaper was full of feces as well.

Once the child was cleaned up, EMTs observed a rash on his buttocks, which police say was so bad to the point of bleeding. Police also noted the child was wheezing while breathing, was covered in hives and his stomach was "hard to the touch."

The child was taken to the hospital for treatment

Williamson was arrested on a warrant for failure to appear in court. The report lists a separate offense for endangering children, but this charge has not appeared on court records at this time.