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LAYTON — A Layton woman was charged Thursday with child endangerment after police say she invited minors to play a game of "beer pong" last weekend, according to court documents.
Amber Renee Bradley, 29, was charged in 2nd District Court with seven counts of third-degree felony child endangerment; as well as knowingly selling, offering or furnishing alcoholic products to a minor, a class A misdemeanor; and possession or use or a controlled substance, a class B misdemeanor.
According to a Davis County Jail booking report, Bradley was found passed out in a gutter just after 4 a.m. Her speech "was extremely slurred," she was disoriented and needed assistance walking, the report states.
Bradley mentioned something about her children, ages 8, 5, and 4, to police, stating a 15-year-old was watching them at her house around the corner, according to the jail report.
But when officers went there to check on them, they found four teen boys, ages 14 to 16, "unconscious lying next to beer, marijuana, drug paraphernalia and Xanax" on the floor and a table next to them, according to the jail report. Bradley's children were found asleep on the floor in a separate bedroom.
One of the teens told detectives that they had been drinking with Bradley, who supplied the beer to play "beer pong," charges state. One teen admitted to traveling to Ogden with Bradley to purchase Xanax, according to the report. She told officers she did not have a prescription for Xanax, according to the charges.