A Casper woman is behind bars, accused of endangering a child.

Kaliegh Thomas has pleaded not guilty to one charge of child endangerment meth, and two counts of possession of a controlled substance.

According to prosecutors, a probation officer was checking a residence in August, where thomas and her infant daughter were visiting.

When thomas tried to leave, officers say they found meth inside her purse.

Prosecutors say Thomas also had several injection sites on her arms, which she claimed was from having blood drawn.

Officers said the injection sites seemed more consistent with drug use.

The child was taken into protective custody.

Thomas is being held on ten-thousand dollars bond, and could receive up to five years in prison if convicted.