A Valley mom is facing another child endangering charge after her child was found wandering for a second time.

Police got the call Tuesday just before 11 a.m. for a 3-year-old boy walking down the middle of Cedarwood Drive in Austintown with a dog.

Once police got on scene, they found the boy sitting on the steps of a home with the woman who found him. Police say the child had no shoes on and was wearing pajama pants.

The witness told police she found the boy walking north past her house and crying for his "mommy," a police report stated.

Officials eventually located the mom, 22-year-old Cheyanne Busse, at a home on Northfield Drive. Police say she was crying and told them she had been looking for her son.

According to the police report, Busse said she was sleeping and had the front door locked at the house. She said that the child must have unlocked the door and walked out with the dog.

Busse told police the child may have been out of the house for around only 10 minutes, but the witness told police she had the child at her house for about 20 minutes before officials arrived, police indicated in the report.

The report stated police arrested Busse for child endangering since it was the second time the child was found wandering without his mom. Busse was later released on a summons to appear in Austintown court.

Back in April, police say Busse's 3 year old was found in the parking lot of a Weathersfield Dollar General. The boy only had a diaper on and was carrying a blanket at the time, according to police.