Newborn baby tests positive for methamphetamine, mother charged 12/03/2019 5:07 pm PST Comments WGHP / Union County via WGHP: UNION COUNTY, S.C. (WGHP) -- A mother in Union County, South Carolina told officials she used meth three days before giving birth and is facing child neglect charges, WHNS reports. Jessica Gill, 38, is charged with child neglect and exposing a child to methamphetamine. A baby girl was born Nov. 8 and tested positive for methamphetamine, according to reports. Deputies say Gill also tested positive for the narcotic. The infant was born facing withdrawal symptoms and had to stay in the hospital, deputies say. MORE: Newborn tests positive for meth in SC, mother charged - WGHP #ChildNeglect #Drugs #Methamphetamine #SouthCarolina #WGHP Related Stories Mentally ill man killed after being left at a gas station by cops Man stabbed woman because she was trying to 'feed him to zombies': Witnesses Woman shoots child with BB gun while waking her up to go to school, police say Cole Thomas vanishes amid changing story of cross-country road trip Waiting for your permission to load facebook comments.