What kind of car is that?

What kind of car is that?

Image: Terri Jaggers, convicted felon for stealing money from orphans and children in the foster care system and former Montgomery County Child Welfare/CPS Board President, relaxes on “The Car.”

Conroe, July 16 – After The Golden Hammer ran a story about Terri Jaggers last with with Ms. Jaggers photograph posing on some very fancy automobile, numerous readers of this newspaper asked what type of car Jaggers enjoyed. Several readers began to refer to the vehicle as “The Car.”

Jaggers pled guilty to a Third-Degree Felony of Misapplication of Fiduciary Funds and a Class A Misdemeanor for Theft on June 25, 2019. Her signed confession follows.

Felon Terri Jaggers’ confession.

As for The Car, it turns out that Jaggers and her husband, adoption attorney Patrick Jaggers, who received many dozens of referrals from Jaggers and the organizations which she headed, have had seventeen (17) vehicles registered at their home in Bentwater since they moved into the 5,189 square foot palatial residence – with 4.5 bathrooms – in 2004.

During the same time period, the Jaggers have also listed their home address as the corporate headquarters for the following businesses listed with the Secretary of State of Texas: Law Office Of Jaggers Guevara PC, Cheer Live Inc., Cheerspin Inc., Texas State Foster Parents Inc., Orphan Care Solutions Of Texas Inc., Hopes Path, Smith And Jaggers PC, Fostering Innovations Inc., and Jaggers Law Firm PC.

Jaggers herself was, of course, Mrs. USA at one point.

Felon Terri Jaggers, Mrs. USA.

One of the automobiles registered to the Jaggers is a red Saturn convertible the license plate of which reads “MRSUSA.”

The gray and black car on which Jaggers relaxed one sunny afternoon is none other than an Audi R8Q, the current MSRP for which is $169,900. Audi describes the R8Q as follows: “It is the latest mean machine from the four-ringed Bavarian stable, and is set to excite and exhilarate.”

The Montgomery County Commissioners Court voted unanimously to authorize Montgomery County Attorney B.D. Griffin to file suit against former Montgomery County Child Welfare Board/CPS President Terri Jaggers, her husband attorney Pat Jaggers, and others to recover funds stolen from orphans, children in foster care, and nonprofit organizations established to benefit those children. The vote came at the end of the Court meeting on Tuesday, July 9, 2019, after Griffin brief Montgomery County Judge Mark Keough, the “People’s Judge,” and the four County Commissioners in a secret executive session.

As part of a plea agreement, Terri Jaggers was sentenced to the following:

Misapplication of Fiduciary Property(3rdDegree Felony):

  • 7 Years Deferred Adjudication Probation – 9thDistrict Court
  • Pay a $1,000.00 Fine / Serve 3 Days in the Montgomery County Jail
  • Resign from all leadership Board positions, including the Montgomery County Child Welfare and CPS Boards, Hope’s Path, Pay It Forward, and the Texas Foster Family Association
  • Pay $43,612.07 in Restitution to the Montgomery County CPS Board
  • Pay $47,703.27 in Orphan Care Solutions remaining funds to the Montgomery County CPS Board
  • Formally dissolve and terminate Orphan Care Solutions as a organization and 501(c)3 nonprofit
  • Purchase a Generac Standby Generator (approximately value of $20,000.00) for Hope’s Path
  • Transfer remaining Orphan Care Solutions vehicles and tangible property to Hope’s Path
  • Agree to no future leadership involvement in 501(c)3 nonprofits or child welfare/orphan care/or foster care organizations

Theft (Class ‘A’ Misdemeanor):

  • Straight Conviction / Serve 3 Days in the Montgomery County Jail.

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