Jaggers (“the JJ Watt of Texas foster care” per U.S. Congressman Kevin Brady) taken into custody in Montgomery County Jail

Montgomery County Jail inmate Terry Lynn Jaggers, booked June 25, 2019, at 3:47 p.m.

Conroe, June 26 – Terri Jaggers, whom United States Congressman Kevin Brady described as “the JJ Watt of Texas foster care” and who was a fierce political ally of Precinct 2 Montgomery County Commissioner Charlie Riley, disgraced former Montgomery County Judge Craig Doyal, and Precinct 1 Commissioner Mike Meador, went into custody of the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office at 3:47 p.m. yesterday afternoon and began her 3-day Jail sentence as an inmate of the Montgomery County Jail. Jaggers is the President of the Montgomery County Child Welfare Board and Chairman of Montgomery County Child Protective Services (CPS), both positions to which the Montgomery County Commissioners Court appointed her.

Jaggers, now a convicted felon for Misapplication of Fiduciary Property and a convict for Theft as well, pled guilty and entered into a plea agreement with over $110,000 of restitution and 7 years probation, for stealing money from the orphans whom she supposedly worked to benefit.

Numerous individuals in the foster care community have reported to this newspaper during the past sixteen (16) hours that many leaders of other foster care and adoption organizations have objected to Jaggers’ use of her ties to politicians, the Child Welfare Board, and CPS as a means of marshaling adopting families to her husband for legal services as their attorney. Jaggers’ attorney, Patrick Jaggers, receives more court appointments for adoption cases and appears in adoption proceedings as an attorney more than any other attorney in Montgomery County.

The full story broke in The Golden Hammer yesterday in “BREAKING NEWS! Stealing From Orphans Right Under The Noses Of Former County Judge Doyal, Commissioners Riley And Meador, Foster Care Fundraiser Jaggers Pleads Guilty To Felony, Misdemeanor Theft,” The Golden Hammer, June 25, 2019.

Terri Jaggers biography on the Hope’s Path website.



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