CABELL COUNTY, W.Va. (WSAZ) -- A mother is facing child neglect and drug charges after overdosing at the Prestera Center in Cabell County. According to the criminal complaint, West Virginia State Police responded to Prestera on Route 60 Monday night for an overdose. When they got there, they say they found Brittany Wright, 25, of Charleston, incoherent and laying on the bathroom floor. According to the complaint, there was an empty packet of synthetic marijuana known as Brain Freeze, along with aluminum foil containing what appeared to be partially smoked synthetic marijuana and a smoking pipe. They also say there was meat cooking on a skillet, which contained boiling grease, which investigators say posed substantial risk to Wright's 4-year-old daughter, who was in the apartment with her. According to the criminal complaint, the little girl was the one who alerted an employee at Prestera that, "My mommy is acting crazy and throwing up again." Wright was taken to the hospital. Investigators say the day before, Wright's daughter alerted another employee at Prestera that, "her mommy was throwing up," and that Wright was found unresponsive on the bedroom floor. She was taken to the hospital, but law enforcement was not called. According to the criminal complaint, the little girl stayed with another resident during the first incident, and her father was not alerted. After the overdose Monday, she was released to her father, who has custody of her. Wright is charged with two counts of child neglect and one count of possession of a controlled substance. Investigators say she admitted to buying the synthetic marijuana on Saturday for $20 and smoking it.