(Stillwater, Okla.) – A mother accused of leaving her two 4-year-old children in a vehicle in Stillwater for about two hours without food or drink and within reach of prescription medication on Feb. 8 was arraigned Friday on a felony child neglect charge from the Payne County Jail where she was being held on $10,000 bail.

Amanda Jane Tyndall, 27, of Stillwater, who is an ex-convict, was also charged with misdemeanor counts of possessing the drug Alprazolam and shoplifting clothing, jewelry and other merchandise from a Stillwater Walmart, also on Feb. 8, court records show.

Tyndall was given a court-appointed attorney Friday and ordered to appear in court on March 2 when she can ask for a preliminary hearing on her felony charge.

According to court records, Tyndall was convicted of identity theft in 2010 in Moore County, N.C., and sentenced to 14 to 17 months of confinement and 36 months of probation.

Because of her criminal record, Tyndall could be given a sentence of two years to life in prison if convicted of child neglect after a former felony conviction, court records show.

If convicted of shoplifting as a misdemeanor, Tyndall could be jailed for 30 days and fined $500, court records show.

Tyndall could be given an additional one-year jail term and fined $1,000 if convicted of misdemeanor drug possession, court records show.