BRIDGEPORT, Conn. (WTNH) – A Bridgeport woman was due in court Tuesday for charges related to leaving her two children unattended in a hot car in June.

Bridgeport police received multiple 911 calls on June 18 reporting that two toddlers had been left alone in a hot car. The car was left sitting in a shopping plaza on Boston Avenue.

When officers and fire crews arrived, they said they removed the two children and were able to locate a parent.

While police are not releasing the arrest report at this time, the woman was reportedly getting her nails done while her children were left in the car, according to the Connecticut Post.

Officers said that the alleged parent, Tiffany Covington, 28, became combative when she was approached and was arrested.

Covington was charged with one count of risk of injury to a child, assault on a public safety officer/EMT/health worker, and interfering with an officer. Her bail was set to $250,000, authorities said.

She was due in a Bridgeport court on Tuesday, but did not appear.

News 8 will continue to update this story as more information becomes available.