Monday, October 22, 2007

Notice for Dorothy Scroggins

Message: Dorothy Scroggins Services for Dorothy Scroggins, 87, of Kilgore are scheduled for 10 a.m. today at Forest Home Baptist Church with the Rev. Earl "Buddy" Duggins officiating. Graveside services will follow at 3 p.m. today at Sunset Cemetery in Nacogdoches. Mrs. Scroggins passed away Tuesday, Oct. 2, 2007, in a Longview hospital. Dorothy Scroggins was born Sept. 28, 1920, daughter of the late Clarence and Edna Gunn. Mrs. Scroggins was a homemaker and foster mother to many children. Dorothy enjoyed playing games of all kinds; she loved working in her yard and making crafts, which included quilting and crocheting. Mrs. Scroggins was a member of Forest Home Baptist Church. She is survived by her daughters, Glenda Ward and husband Bill Ward of Kilgore and Norma Gibbs of Deer Park; stepdaughter, Mildred Rhinehart of Austin; sister, Edna Earl Price of Purdon; 14 grandchildren, 32 great-grandchildren, two great-great-grandchildren, and several nieces and nephews.Mrs. Scroggins was preceded in death by her husband, Elton Scroggins; son, William Lynn York; brothers, William "Pete" Gunn and Dwayne Gunn; and sisters, Mayceil Cox, Eloise Bosley, Julia Mae Rae and Myrtle Marie Hairell. An online guest book is available at www.raderfuneralhome.com by selecting the Dorothy Scroggins obituary.Arrangements by Rader Funeral Home, Kilgore. ∞ Published in the Corsicana Daily Sun from 10/5/2007 - 10/9/2007.

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Friday, October 19, 2007

Scroggin, Anne Marie Wigren (31 Aug 1966 - 19 Oct 2007) [45118].

Anne (Wigren) ScrogginScroggin, Anne Marie Wigren (31 Aug 1966 - 19 Oct 2007) [45118] [FS:].
Wife of Scroggin, Daniel J.(Oct 1964 - ) [47643] [FS:].
Bartholomew Funeral Home, Anne (Wigren) Scroggin [14 Mar 2016]
Post-Tribune, Anne Wigren Scroggin, 22 Oct 2007 [Legacy] [14 Mar 2016]
Find A Grave, Anne Marie Wigren Scroggin, 12 Mar 2016 [14 Mar 2016]
(Updated 14 Mar 2016).

Friday, October 12, 2007

Charles Wayne "Chuck" Scroggins (23 May 1967 - 8 Oct 2007) []

Charles Wayne Scroggins "Chuck"

SCROGGINS Charles Wayne "Chuck" Scroggins age 40, of Mobile, Alabama died Monday, October 8, 2007 in Mobile. Born May 23, 1967, in Houston, Texas, a son of the late Wayne Barrett and Carlotta Harvey Maxwell and spouse Ron, Mobile, Alabama. He was a member of New Life Baptist Church in Semmes, Ala. Surviving other than his mother and father is his adopted father Joe Scroggins, Sr. Branson, Mo. Two brothers Joe Scroggins Jr. and spouse Kathy, Gulf Port, MS, and Gregg Maxwell, Brandon, Mississippi. Two sisters Laura Semana and spouse Bernie, Semmes, Ala.; Heather Barrett, Grand Prairie, TX.; A grandfather George Harvey and spouse Iris, Star City, Ark. 2 care givers Ethel Cook and Amie Everett both of Mobile, Ala. Several nieces, nephews and cousins. He was also preceded in death by a sister Angela Marie Scroggins. His maternal grandmothers, Mary Harvey and grandmother Vanada Threlkell. Funeral services 2.00pm Friday, October 12th at the Pleasant Valley Freewill Baptist Church. Burial in Pleasant Valley Cemetery by Frazer's Funeral Home. Visitation 1pm till service time Friday, October 12th at Pleasant Valley Church. Memorials preferred The New Life Baptist Church, 1145 Pataluma Court, Semmes, Alabama 36608.

Published in Press-Register on October 12, 2007

Tuesday, October 02, 2007

NewsOK: DA awaits findings by police
Mom and boyfriend arrested in girl's death

http://newsok.com/article/3107298/1187715611

Wed August 22, 2007

DA awaits findings by police

By Augie Frost
Staff Writers
A mother and her boyfriend have been arrested on a murder complaint after Monday's death of a 23-month-old Oklahoma City girl.

The toddler and a 9-month-old boy taken to the hospital by the woman appeared to have been sexually abused, Oklahoma County District Attorney David Prater was told by police . The girl appeared to have been beaten to death, Prater was told.


Olivia Scroggins died at St. Anthony Hospital about noon Monday after her mother, Wendy Scroggins, 22, and the mother's boyfriend, Kerry Joe Smith, 21, brought Olivia in for medical treatment, police Master Sgt. Gary Knight said in a news release.

Both Scroggins and Smith later were arrested on first-degree murder and child abuse complaints. They now are in the Oklahoma County jail and are being held without bail.

Prater said he is waiting for police to complete their investigation so he can make a decision on filing criminal charges.

The prosecutor said he didn't know yet whether the mother or children had prior involvement with the state Department of Human Services.

Early findings
Olivia had "visible trauma to her body" when she was brought to the hospital, which raised suspicions as to how the child died, Knight said.

"While speaking to family members of the victim, the officer noticed a 9-month-old child in their care who also showed signs of trauma and abuse," Knight said.

Police cannot release the identity of the 9-month-old or whether the child belongs to Scroggins or Smith, but Knight said the child was treated at the hospital for his injuries and is expected to survive. The baby was placed in protective custody.

Police interviewed both Scroggins and Smith for several hours Monday night.

Scroggins and Smith live together in an apartment, 3317½ N McKinley, Knight said. Police were called to the residence on a domestic abuse call on Aug. 14, but no report was ever filed and details of what happened were not available.

A neighbor, Jamesina Golden, said Tuesday she feared the children were in danger, but would not elaborate.

"I'm upset because of what I know. ... I'm upset because a child is dead."

Criminal record
Records show Smith has a criminal history.

In 2002, a former girlfriend obtained a protective order against Smith, accusing him of removing an air conditioner, punching out a window and breaking through a locked door to gain entrance to her home and attack her.

"I defended myself with scratching and biting," the woman said.

Two years later, Smith pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of violating the protective order by harassing the woman and breaking out a bedroom window in her home. He received a one-year suspended sentence.

Smith also:

•Pleaded guilty to soliciting prostitution in 2005 and was sentenced to 30 days in the county jail.

•Pleaded guilty to second-degree burglary, making a false declaration of ownership to a pawnbroker and bail jumping in 2006 and received deferred sentences.

•Smith also had a juvenile record that included charges of second-degree burglary, public intoxication and joyriding, according to court records.

Contributing: Nolan Clay, Staff Writer