A woman accused of being under the influence of marijuana when she crashed a car with her young child inside was charged Monday in Justice Court.
Maggie Noelle Reisig, 21, appeared by video from the county jail on a felony charge of criminal endangerment and misdemeanor counts of DUI, drug possession and possession of drug paraphernalia. Judge Pro Tem Brandon Hartford set bond at $25,000 and ordered Reisig to appear Thursday for arraignment in District Court.
According to court records, Reisig was arrested Saturday after officers were called at 11:40 p.m. to a one-vehicle crash in a closed portion of Grand Avenue between Zimmerman Trail and Shiloh Road. A state trooper said he had to drive around three road closed signs to reach the crashed car, which was sitting on top of a gravel mound. The trooper determined the car had struck a gravel embankment and vaulted about 30 feet before landing on the mound.
Reisig was found at a nearby house and told the trooper she had become lost while looking for a friendís house. The womanís 5-month-old baby was in the car at the time of the crash but was not injured.
Prosecutors say Reisig admitted to smoking marijuana before the crash. Marijuana, a pipe and other paraphernalia were found in the womanís car, court records state.

Pot-smoking driver charged after wreck