A 13-year-old boy told police his mother required him to do his homework first thing when he got off the school bus, then smoked marijuana with him as a reward.
The boy's mother said she had been smoking marijuana with him since he was 11, usually as a reward, according to court documents.
The interviews came after police executed a search warrant at the woman's home during the weekend and seized marijuana, an array of drug paraphernalia and $600 in cash that she said belonged to a drug dealer, court documents said.
Amanda Lynn Livelsberger, 30, was scheduled for a preliminary hearing Friday on charges of marijuana possession, corruption of minors, endangering the welfare of children and possession with intent to distribute drug paraphernalia, police said.
A telephone listing for Livelsberger couldn't be found, and it wasn't immediately clear whether she had an attorney.
Police said the woman said she also smoked marijuana with two of her son's friends, ages 17 and 18, and the 18-year-old told investigators he had also bought heroin from her.