GREENSBORO, N.C. — Prosecutors say N'denezsia Lancaster's legal troubles are far from over. She's been charged with Second-Degree Kidnapping in addition to her current First-Degree Kidnapping charges.
Prosecutors say Lancaster abducted 3-year-old, Ahlora Lindiment from a playground off Phillips Avenue on October 9th.
It sparked a massive search for the toddler across the triad before Ahlora was found near a Greenboro church. Lancaster was arrested shortly after.
We know the other child, in this latest case, was also a girl and was younger than Ahlora. The alleged kidnapping happened on the same day Ahlora went missing. Officials say it's a lesser charge because the 2-year-old was released without serious injury or assault.
This second charge comes as a shock to nearby neighbors.
"I don't know what she was trying to do or anything, but I'm glad the other [girl] got away," said Mikiera Keith, "That's just a prime example right there of what can happen."
Lancaster's next court case regarding the second-degree kidnapping will be November 15th. She received an additional $50,000 bond.
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