Cass County – At approximately 2:45 p.m. authorities with the Calgary, Alberta, Canada Police notified investigators that Tabitha, Jasper, and Jordan Davis were located and are currently in the custody of Canadian officials in Calgary.
Police there have not released many details, however they state that all children are in good health and cooperating.
Sherri L. O’Neal was also taken into custody, along with a second adult who had not been positively identified.
The Cass County Sheriff’s Office is working to coordinate the return of the children and extradition of Sherri O’Neal back to the United States.
On Tuesday evening Cass County Sheriff’s Office Investigators were contacted by police in Calgary about a possible sighting of Sherri O’Neal and one juvenile. Canadian authorities confirmed with a witness and surveillance photos the identity of the two. The photos show Sherri O’Neal and Jordan Davis entering a non-profit agency Tuesday afternoon. That agency provides assistance for individuals and families in need. The suspect and juvenile left shortly after.
Calgary police worked through the night in an effort to locate the missing children with no success. The Cass County Sheriff’s Office was in constant contact with officials there and with the FBI to assist in locating the children.
Today the Cass County Prosecuting Attorney Office filed charges against Sherri L. O’Neal for Interference with Custody – removed from state or concealed, a Class D Felony. Bond has been set at $30,000.00.
The black Mercedes was located earlier in the investigation and had been under constant surveillance in south Kansas City, Missouri. After receiving information from Canada investigators believed that the Mercedes had been abandoned at the dealership and was transported to the Cass County Sheriff’s Office secure lot this afternoon.