Bethanie Carriker is charged with aggravated neglect. A 15-month-old and a 26-day-old were in the care of their mother, Bethanie Carriker, Authorities found evidence last month that one or both of the children reported to have been found unresponsive in a bathtub in Seymour were possibly given Benadryl. Benadryl is an antihistamine used to treat allergies that can cause drowsiness. The incident left the 15-month-old dead and the 26-day-old infant fighting for her life. According to a spokesperson from the Blount County Sheriff's Office, the infant girl was released from the hospital roughly a week later. Investigators want to use evidence on Carriker's cell phone, but her public defender has asked the state to preserve all data from her cellphone. A search warrant addresses access to Carriker's phone. The warrant said the 'affiant believes that it is more probable than not that this I-Phone belonging to Bethanie Carriker contains valuable evidence of aggravated child neglect and criminal homicide.'.