A woman has been arrested for allegedly putting something in her child's intravenous line at Cincinnati Children's hospital, records show.

Candida "Candy" Fluty, 35, of Kermit, West Virginia, was arrested on charges of child endangerment and felonious assault over the weekend, according to inmate records.

She "knowingly injected a substance into the victim's peripheral IV line" in a hospital room, the arrest report reads.

The municipal county court complaint states that the victim was under 18 years old and Fluty was the child's mother. It says the complaint is based on Fluty's statements and video evidence from Jan. 16. It was unclear from the court documents what the substance was.

The Cincinnati police department told ABC News it could not release any additional information until the grand jury hears the case next week.

Fluty's lawyer, Elizabeth Zucker, declined comment to ABC News. Fluty was scheduled to appear in court today.

Fluty was being held on $50,000 bond, according to ABC's Cincinnati affiliate WCPO.