The grandmother of a 2-year-old Bullitt County girl who went missing for 32 hours last week has been charged with endangering the welfare of a minor.
Beth Campbell, who had custody of Charlee Campbell, was cited on Wednesday. Campbell "admitted to using meth while she was watching/caring" for Charlee, who walked out of the residence before going missing, according to court records.
Since 2015, Campbell has been charged with theft and drug or alcohol crimes, including burglary, shoplifting, driving under the influence and drug possession, according to court records. She's been through at least one treatment program for the court.
Bullitt County Sheriff Donnie Tinnell said search warrants will be obtained for multiple electronic devices that belong to several of Charlee's family members, WAVE3 reported.
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Charlee originally went missing early June 7 and was found 32 hours later on Friday just after 6 p.m.
Questions remain about Charlee's wherabouts when she was missing; the sheriff has previously said he doubts she was outside and alone the entire time search teams looked for her..
A custody hearing was scheduled for Wednesday.
Campbell is scheduled to appear in court for the endangerment charge on June 25.