Ford told officers that the baby was in the backseat of her vehicle, and a short time later, she looked back to see that the baby wasn't there.
The video shows the infant in the road and people getting out of their cars to help him.
Ford said she went back to Pellettieri and Bleecker Street, where she found her child.
All four of four of Ford's children have been removed from her custody.
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Ledrika Ford, 27, was charged on Friday with endangering the welfare of a child after a video posted to Facebook surfaced showing her infant crawling around a roadway, unaccompanied. After several hours of searching, the authorities were finally able to track down Ford.
Coromato added that along with the nine-month-old baby, a one-year-old, two-year-old and five-year-old were also removed from the home. At the end of the video, a woman can be heard saying "that's my baby" in a panicked voice.
She told police she immediately returned to the area where she'd left from and found the 9-month-old.
The baby was evaluated at a local hospital, and Child Protective Services was notified. During her police interview, the Utica mom told the investigators that she had to pay a visit to someone on Bleecker Street and that before leaving the son in the auto, she made sure that all doors and windows are closed. Lt. Bryan Coromato of the Utica Police department said they were a 1-year-old, 2-year-old and 5-year-old, reported Fox News. She is scheduled to face court on March 23, according to the news station.