WESTOVER -- A 2-year-old boy suffered a stroke after taking medication belonging to his grandmother.\r\nThe grandmother was arrested for leaving the toddler home alone, when he took the prescription pills last month, police said.\r\nThe boy was taken to the hospital, where he suffered the stroke.\r\nDonna L. Snow, 62, of Westover is charged with child neglect resulting in serious injury.\r\nWestover Police responded to the Eric Street home on March 3 for a reported overdose. When officers arrived, they found Snow holding the baby, Chief Rick Panico said.\r\nSnow left her grandson home alone while she went to get food, according to a criminal complaint. While she was gone, the 2-year-old got into a pill bottle and took an unknown amount of clonidine, a blood pressure medication, and hydrochlorothiazide, a water pill.\r\nPanico said the baby was drifting in-and-out of consciousness. Officers attempted to keep him awake and performed CPR until an ambulance crew arrived, he said.\r\nSnow was not able to give the child\u2019s name and hospital records were subpoenaed to get his identity, Panico said.\r\nSnow\u2019s grandson was taken to J.W. Ruby Memorial Hospital, where he \u201ccoded numerous times and also suffered a stroke.\u201d On Friday, the child was not listed as a patient at Ruby, according to a hospital spokesperson.\r\nThe Dominion Post is not identifying the child for his privacy.\r\nSnow faces one to 10 years in prison and\/or a fine of $300-$3,000, if convicted.\r\nShe was arraigned in Monongalia County Magistrate Court before Magistrate Tim Pocius, who set bond at $10,000. Snow is being held in North Central Regional Jail.