A Casper woman will be spending time behind bars after admitting she endangered children.

Bobbi Humphreys was sentenced to one-and-one half to two years at the Wyoming Women's Center in Lusk, after she pleaded guilty to two felony counts of child endangerment meth.

At the same time she will also serve one year for pleading guilty to one misdemeanor count of child endangerment - failure to protect.

The case started in mid-September, when Casper police were called to the Wyoming Medical Center about a one-year-old girl with severe head trauma.

The child had significant head injuries and was on a ventilator.

An officer also observed burns to the face and head, as well as multiple injuries in various stages of healing over her body

Officers went to a house on the 1700 block of South Fairdale Avenue, where Humphreys, along with Stephanie Shirts and boyfriend Jason Cathcart lived.

They checked on other children in the house, who did not appear to have any injuries, and they were taken into protective custody.

Drug paraphernalia was found on the scene by police.

Both Shirts and Cathcart have pleaded guilty to charges connected to this case, and are waiting to be sentenced.