A Casper woman has admitted to endangering a child with drug paraphernalia.

At her arraignment on Tuesday (October 25th), Arla Bohnet entered a guilty plea to child endangerment meth charges.

According to Casper police, back in September officers were visiting her home to do a welfare check on her 11-month old daughter.

She was hesitant to let them into the room where the child was, but eventually let them in.

Later she opened a safe, and upon doing that, officers could immediately detect the sent of marijuana, and discovered several black pipes.

The child was placed in protective custody with the Department of Family Services.

Miss Bohnet later told the D.F.S. representative that had been smoking marijuana the night before police arrived, and she had also obtained methamphetamie and smoked that as well.

She said that she was trying to relieve some of the stress that she had been going through, because she was in the middle of a break-up with her boyfriend.

Ms. Bohnet is free on bail and will be sentenced at a later date.

She could face up to 5 years in prison, and maximum $5,000 fine.