Sharon Cooper was charged with two counts of unlawful imprisonment and one count of child endangerment and a Brooklyn toddler who was missing for three days was returned to her overjoyed mom yesterday.  The charges could land the babysitter a year in prison.  Elisa Owens, the child's mother, had pleaded to Cooper for the safe

return of her 2 year old daughter, Kenya Banks.  Cooper, a family friend for 20 years, came over to Owens' Coney Island apartment to baby-sit Kenya on Tuesday morning.  Owens went out for a job interview.  When she returned that night, the apartment was empty -- both Cooper and Kenya were missing.  Owens waited until Thursday to call police in the hopes they would return on their own.

(New York)