Casper Woman Pleaded Guilty to Using Meth While Carrying Baby

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This morning a Casper woman pleaded guilty to three charges of child endangering with methamphetamine.

Casper Police and the Wyoming Department of Family Services responded to a home on east Second Street to assist checking on a new born in early November.

Police found the baby with methamphetamine in its system.

Officers spoke with the mother, identified as twenty-eight-year-old Amber Carpin.

Reports show there were other minors in the home with Carpin.

Carpin today pleaded guilty to the three charges with the fourth charge of possession dismissed with her plea deal with the state.

The deal also says the state cannot ask for a jail sentence, but rather a sentence of probation and treatment.

DFS collected a urine sample from Carpin, which tested positive for methamphetamine and she admitted to using meth the previous day.