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Kristen

Bruner, MO

#21 Aug 20, 2009
www.ozarkfirst.com
The mother of both the boys, Jennifer Bagley, spoke with us about her loss and what she thinks happened. "Mothers intuition I know Wyatt tripped and ended up in the water and Jesse went to save him not stopping to think he can swim either."

Jennifer Bagley says her third child, daughter Belle, was just taken away by the Division of Child Services.

She says they told her they had to do this while the investigation was underway.

She says she didn't do anything wrong to have her taken away and now she has lost three children in
one day.
I think that its GREAT that DFS stepped in and took the little girl away. What I cant not figure out is why have charges not been filed against her. They have all the evidence and this is clearly the case of neglect, so why is it taking so long? Also they said that this is not her first dealings with DFS. I wonder if the grandparents are going to be charged and if so what will they be? I thought it was funny that the words "mother intuition" came out of her mouth. she has no clue what that is because if she did she would have gone and checked on those boys before a hour or so had passed.
Kristen

Bruner, MO

#22 Aug 20, 2009
memaw wrote:
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oh i have been watching the news and the way she is acting has made me very very sad and sick to my stomach! god forbid something ever happen to my child/childen.....i would be sooooooooo histerical/crazy you would never be able to get an interview out of me let alone a calm and normal one!!!!!
I so agree with you. it makes me CRAZY to think that she was "upset" when they went missing and clam and unemotional when they were found dead.
Hotlined several times

Troy, MO

#23 Aug 20, 2009
Kristen wrote:
uNEVERknow you are so right when you said that accidents happen to the BEST PARENTS! But have you seen the news coverage on this story? I have watched almost every interview that KY3 has done on the mother and it makes me sick to my stomach! I watched and listen very closely to the mothers words and action and honestly i felt like she was blaming her little boys! She said "They knew better than to never go near the water without an adult or a life jacket." Also the only time I saw that woman cry was when they were missing. The interviews that were done after they found the boys really made me mad. Not a single tear!!!!! I cried when i found out they were found dead! I still get emotional when i see their pictures on tv and I have a 2 1/2 and 6 year old and trust me if I were in her shoes(god forbid) I'm almost sure i would be i at the luney bid. This whole "accident" strike me as werid.....like i said earlier i have a 2 1/2 and 6 year old and I know that if i dont hear a peep out of my boys for 5 or 10 mins while their playing or watching a movie I know that either they are up to no good or their sleeping.....but I always check on them. Also the house they lived in was very small and their were 3 grown adults home at the time that the boys got out......so my question is WHAT THE HELL WERE THEY ALL DOING? SLEEPING? or what. Im sorry if i seem all bend out of shape but these little boys didnt have to die! We as parents are responsible for our childrens safety and well-being and it does not matter how many times you tell a child something it does not mean that they fully understand the consquences they will face of their actions. For example the 7 year old may have understood what drowning was but he did what any sibling would have done in his situation and go in after his brother without thinking that he didnt know how to swim. This is what us as parents is responsable for. That 7 year old should have never been in that situation. I hope people learn from this story. i know that i sure have. I pray for that family and I am very sorry for their loss. May those little boys rest in peace. I hope that our criminal justice systems does its job and hold the adults in this situation accountable for their actions or should I say for their "non-actions"!
I found this on the KY3 website!
Story Published: Aug 20, 2009 at 5:56 PM CDT
(Story Updated: Aug 20, 2009 at 6:48 PM CDT )
LICKING, Mo.-- In the afternoon of Aug. 9, 4-year-old Wyatt Bagley and his 7-year old brother, Jesse, disappeared. The next morning, the two boys' bodies were found in the Big Piney River. They drowned just a few hundred yards from their home.
KY3 News obtained the case records for the Bagley boys with Missouri's Department of Social Services. They detail a long history of hotline calls and house visits, the first when the youngest, Wyatt Bagley, was just 6 months old.
On July 5, 2005, the first call alleged unsanitary conditions in the boys' home. A site visit by a state investigator found the home cluttered and infested with roaches.
On Nov. 17, 2007, a call alleged that the boyfriend of the boys' mother, Jennifer Bagley, physically abused Wyatt Bagley. The state's investigator wrote that he was significantly bruised and injured.
On Sept. 5, 2008, a call alleged Jesse Bagley was abused, and had an injury on his forehead. In an interview, Jesse told several different stories about how he hurt his head but denied any abuse.
Then, on Aug. 9 of this year, the final call came in alleging a lack of supervision of the boys. They were already missing for several hours. The next morning, the boys were found dead not far from their backyard.
As for other family members mentioned in the records, the boys' grandparents were only mentioned briefly in the records after an interview with the state in 2008. The boys' sister was also mentioned; someone called the hotline concerned that she wasn't being fed in 2006.
Ms Bucket

Lawson, MO

#24 Aug 21, 2009
Hotlined several times wrote:
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I found this on the KY3 website!
Story Published: Aug 20, 2009 at 5:56 PM CDT
(Story Updated: Aug 20, 2009 at 6:48 PM CDT )
LICKING, Mo.-- In the afternoon of Aug. 9, 4-year-old Wyatt Bagley and his 7-year old brother, Jesse, disappeared. The next morning, the two boys' bodies were found in the Big Piney River. They drowned just a few hundred yards from their home.
KY3 News obtained the case records for the Bagley boys with Missouri's Department of Social Services. They detail a long history of hotline calls and house visits, the first when the youngest, Wyatt Bagley, was just 6 months old.
On July 5, 2005, the first call alleged unsanitary conditions in the boys' home. A site visit by a state investigator found the home cluttered and infested with roaches.
On Nov. 17, 2007, a call alleged that the boyfriend of the boys' mother, Jennifer Bagley, physically abused Wyatt Bagley. The state's investigator wrote that he was significantly bruised and injured.
On Sept. 5, 2008, a call alleged Jesse Bagley was abused, and had an injury on his forehead. In an interview, Jesse told several different stories about how he hurt his head but denied any abuse.
Then, on Aug. 9 of this year, the final call came in alleging a lack of supervision of the boys. They were already missing for several hours. The next morning, the boys were found dead not far from their backyard.
As for other family members mentioned in the records, the boys' grandparents were only mentioned briefly in the records after an interview with the state in 2008. The boys' sister was also mentioned; someone called the hotline concerned that she wasn't being fed in 2006.
Oh my goodness !! What is the point of haveing DFS Hotline available if no one from the department is going to protect these kids? I wonder how these case workers feel now, knowing if MAYBE they would have done their job they might still be alive today.Seems this mother was given more than her share of chances....makes me SOOOO mad, and still so sad for the boys that lost their life and the little girl that probably seen it happpen. Way to go DFS !!!
Shocked to say the least

Eldridge, MO

#25 Aug 21, 2009
I was wondering, I had heard by word of mouth that while video taping from the house to the pond where they were found, that the HWY. Patrol had noticed a small patch of marijuana growing? If this is true, is it possible the egg doner (I do not call anyone who has "mothers intuition" but doesn't do anything about it a mother) was stoned while her children were passing away? If so, I hope this woman goes to jail for life, and that her child is placed with a good family that will love and protect her.
Concerned

Lawson, MO

#27 Aug 21, 2009
Id say there is definitely something wrong. Remember the little boy who died while in foster care, due to the negligence of DFS? What does it take to protect the helpless victims? Why is it taking so long to file any charges on this mother? We can all see many she should be charged with, why cant the DFS and the Texas County Sherrif?
Lill

Lawson, MO

#28 Sep 3, 2009
How did this turn out?

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