A second charge has been laid against a Riverview, N.B., woman in connection with the body of a newborn found in a snowbank in 2009.


'Baby Taylor' rests in a cemetery in Monteagle, not far from the area where his body was discovered. (CBC)

The infant was discovered on a desolate stretch of logging road near Monteagle in 2009 and dubbed "Baby Taylor" because he was found on Taylor Road. 

Four years went by until Christine Margaret Wood of Riverview was arrested and charged in May with concealing the body of a child and released on bail after four days. On Tuesday, police laid a second charge — improperly or indecently interfering or offering indignity to a dead human body or remains.

The charge alleges it happened between Dec. 12, 2008, and April 5, 2009.

Wood did not make an appearance Tuesday. She will be back in court for election and plea on Dec. 3.

The Crown told the court police are still investigating.