Alabama woman arrested after her toddler tested positive for meth 07/30/2019 3:30 pm PDT Comments WHNT / Limestone County By Blake Williams, WHNT ATHENS, Ala. (WHNT) -- An Athens woman has bonded out of jail after being arrested Friday on a felony chemical endangerment of a child charge. Deputies arrested Kylie Madison Collins, 24, on one felony charge of chemical endangerment of a child. Authorities performed a welfare check and saw crushed drugs and Subutex, a painkiller, in plain sight. Collins and her child subsequently tested positive for meth. Authorities released Collins on a $5,000 bond. MORE: Athens woman arrested after her toddler tested positive for meth - WHNT #Alabama #ChildEndangerment #Drugs #Methamphetamine #WHNT Related Stories Mom, boyfriend were on meth when girl drowned in river: Deputies Wasp spray is being used as a meth alternative, West Virginia police say Police warn flushing drugs down toilet could create 'meth-gators' 3 children found locked in back of U-Haul carrying drugs: police Man gets 15 years for 'meth burritos' found during L.A. traffic stop Marijuana dispensary closed after owner arrested on meth-trafficking charges Police find 7 pounds of meth, 1 pound of cocaine during traffic stop TCDPOD: Grisly crime scene pics go viral. Missing Kentucky mom found dead Waiting for your permission to load facebook comments.