JEFFERSON, Ore.-- A woman was jailed Friday night after police said she gave her toddler cocaine.
Kalin Swartz is accused of giving the 2-year-old boy cocaine during a supervised visit in September.
A judge ordered supervised visits because the boy's father was concerned about his safety.
According to court records, she didn't get the boy medical attention when he suffered second-degree burns while in her care.
Swartz is not allowed to have any contact with her son and is scheduled to be back in court in late January.
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