A Monday warrant search resulted in the arrest of a Hannibal woman, who allegedly possessed meth and had drug paraphernalia near a four-year-old child.

A Monday warrant search resulted in the arrest of a Hannibal woman, who allegedly possessed meth and had drug paraphernalia near a four-year-old child.

Amber D. Gregory, of Hannibal, faces a Class D felony of possession of a controlled substance and a Class D felony of first-degree child endangerment, according to Marion County Prosecuting Attorney David Clayton, who filed the charges Monday. The two Class D felonies carry a range of punishment of up to seven years on each count, one year in jail or a $10,000 fine on both.

According to the probable cause statement from the Hannibal Police Department, officers made contact with Gregory outside her apartment; she did not comply with officers' commands, and officers forced her to the ground and placed her under arrest. Upon a search of the apartment, officers found a glass pipe containing meth residue on top of a diaper bag about five feet from the child. Officers also located baggies that field tested positive for meth.

Gregory's first court appearance will likely be Friday, Oct. 12. The defendant is in the Marion County Jail on a 24-hour hold awaiting bond amount to be set.