PROVIDENCE VILLAGE, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – The mother of a 4-year-old boy who died after he was found in a hot car in Providence Village has been arrested and charged with injury to a child, authorities said Tuesday.

Kaysen Neyland was found unresponsive inside a parked SUV in the driveway of his home on June 20 by family members and was airlifted to Children’s Medical Center in Dallas. He died two days later.

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During the investigation, Aubrey police arrested Kaysen’s mother, Lisa Neyland, and charged her with injury to a child, a second-degree felony. Police said she surrendered to authorities at the Denton County Jail.

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Lisa Neyland

Bail has not yet been set as she awaits arraignment.

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“This is a tragic situation happens too often in Texas and across the country with 16 children dying from vehicular heat stroke already this year,” Aubrey Police Chief Charles Kreidler said.