Prosecutors have formally charged a central Indiana woman with felony child neglect for allegedly leaving her 16-month-old daughter in an SUV where the temperature reached 124 degrees.
The Indianapolis Star and WTHR-TV report prosecutors formally charged 30 year-old Meg Trueblood of Fishers on Thursday.
Fishers police have said her daughter suffered a seizure after an officers broke out a window of the vehicle to rescue the child Saturday when outdoor temperatures topped 100 degrees.
The girl was released from an Indianapolis hospital to her grandmother's custody on Sunday.
Trueblood was released on bond from the Hamilton County Jail. It's not clear if she has an attorney. A published telephone number for her could not be located.