A Warren woman is charged with child endangering after police say a toddler overdosed from eating a THC gummy.

Twenty-nine-year-old Sierra Bressler pleaded “not guilty” to the charge on Tuesday.

The charge stems from an incident that happened in May at a home on Beechcrest St. NW when officers were called to a hospital to investigate a reported overdose involving a child.

The mother of a two-year-old boy told police that when her sister visited the family’s home the night before, she gave the sister two THC gummies. The mother said her sister took one of the gummies and left the second gummy on a nightstand.

The mom told police that the following morning, her son appeared to be sluggish and lethargic. 

The parents took the child to Trumbull Regional Medical Center where a nurse told police that it’s believed the boy ate the gummy sometime that morning.

The child was later transferred to Akron Children’s Hospital for further treatment.

Police reported the incident to Children Services and inspected the family’s home.

Bressler, who is free on bond, faces another court hearing in mid-August.