Document details child endangerment case against Emily Glass

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As authorities continue to search for a Wichita boy who's been missing for several weeks, a newly released court document details a separate child endangerment case against the boy's stepmother.

Emily Glass, 26 says she last saw Lucas Hernandez at their home when she took a shower and took a nap on Feb. 17. She's been jailed since Feb. 21 on a child endangerment charge involving her 1-year-old daughter. 

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A probable cause affidavit states Glass said she was cleaning on Feb. 16, went to the garage to smoke "a few bowls" and drove to Olive Garden near Central and Rock Road. 

The document says only Glass' daughter was with her during this time. She reported Lucas missing the next day. 

Glass remains jailed on $50,000 bond for the child endangerment charge. Her bond reduction hearing is Wednesday morning.

Police say they have found no evidence that Lucas was abducted. Texas EquuSearch, a mounted search and rescue team for missing persons, returned to Wichita Monday to search again for Lucas.

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