Ohio

Mom, grandma charged after 2 kids revived by opiate antidote

The mother and grandmother of two young children who were revived using the opiate antidote naloxone have been charged with felonies in Ohio.

Authorities say doctors revived the 9- and 21-month-old children on Feb. 2 after their mother found them unconscious on the floor in their Warren home and took them to a hospital.

The 18-year-old mother, Carlisa Davis, was indicted Thursday in Trumbull County on two counts of endangering children. She pleaded not guilty and is being held on a $50,000 bond.

The children's grandmother, 43-year-old Lisa Davis, was charged with permitting drug abuse. She pleaded not guilty and was freed on a personal bond.

Court records don't indicate whether the women have attorneys.

Trumbull County has taken custody of the children.