The Dirty Army: Nik, the mother of a three-year-old boy whose Oakland Cemetery grave was desecrated last April is relieved charges have finally been laid in the case by Leeds County provincial police. “This has really put a halt on my life. No one should have to deal with that,” said Alisha Tackaberry. Ontario Provincial Police reported on Thursday two women, one from Brockville and the other from Kingston, face charges of performing an indecent act at the gravesite of Graysen Gemperle last spring. Gemperle suffered debilitating injuries in the womb due to undetected amniotic band syndrome and died from accumulating fluid in the lungs on December 29, 2013. Tackaberry and Marc Gemperle, the boy’s father, live separate lives but both tend to the boy's gravesite with care, keeping the flowers fresh and adding elements such as solar lights. Tackaberry say they were revolted and devastated when a video of two women urinating on her little boy’s grave was sent to her online. “I puked and I cried. This was something I never thought I would have to deal with,” she said. “It’s made me angry. I can’t eat and can’t sleep thinking someone would do this to his grave for no reason. Even if I ever did anything to them, it has nothing to do with him. “No one should have to deal with that. I just want my son to lay at rest, at peace.” Tackaberry plans to follow the trial in court to try and understand how someone, if the allegations are proven correct, could stoop to that level. “I want to know why they would to this. That’s what keeps me up at night.” She feels a tougher charge of desecrating a grave is justified for the matter but thanks provincial police officers for pursuing an investigation she hopes will lead to a conviction. “I’m not a cop. I’m not a lawyer. I just want justice for my son and Marc and me. I hope they get the full extent of the charge,” she said. The maximum penalty would be a six-month jail term under summary conviction, according to the Criminal Code of Canada. But the public humiliation would also serve as punishment, added Tackaberry. According to information released by Leeds OPP, Katherine Collins, 26, of Elizabethtown-Kitley Township, and Haley Peyman, also 26, of Kingston, are scheduled to appear at the Ontario Court of Justice in Brockville on September 30 to answer to the charge.