More charges have been laid in relation to a case that involved two Cochrane girls who went missing over a year ago. 

Leonine O’Driscoll-Zak and Wyatt O’Driscoll-Zak were abducted from their Cochrane home on March 12 2021. The girls were five and two years old at the time of the abduction. 

Approximately two months later, on April 15, the girls were found in the Columbia Valley, B.C., and returned to their father, safely.

Previously, a series of charges were laid against the girls aunt and grandmother, Therese O’Driscoll and Alison O’Driscoll including forcible confinement, abduction of a person under 14, abduction in contravention of a parenting order, and abduction.

RCMP report Jacqueline O’Driscoll has now been charged with abduction in contravention of custody order.

The 42-year-old Rocky View County woman will be appearing in Cochrane Provincial Court on July 26, 2022. 

Michael O’Driscoll, has been charged with public mischief. The 72-year-old Cochrane man will be appearing in Cochrane Provincial Court on July 26, 2022.