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PostSubject: Emma Thompson (4) R.I.P.   Fri Oct 30, 2009 9:52 am


The Murder of Emma Thompson, 4 Years Old


http://www.chron.com/disp/story.mpl/...g/6551978.html

Two weeks before a sexually abused 4-year-old Spring girl with a fractured skull died in a Woodlands emergency room, Texas Child Protective Services was notified the girl had a sexually transmitted disease, but the agency did not take her into custody because they had no other physical signs the girl was in danger.

The child's official cause of death has not yet been determined by the Southeast Texas Forensic Center in Conroe, but details of the prior CPS abuse investigation and the missed chances to save Emma Thompson's life were presented at a custody hearing Tuesday over the fate of the girl's two siblings. Both have been removed from the home they shared with their mother, Abigail Elizabeth Young.

Emma died June 27 at Memorial Hermann-The Woodlands Hospital after she became unconscious and stopped breathing as her mother was driving her to the emergency room.

Estella Olguin, CPS spokeswoman, said the child had a severed pancreas, a skull fracture and bruising at the time of her death.

Outlining the inquiry
CPS investigator Kimberly Clayton recounted how her office began investigating a complaint of neglect and possible abuse involving Emma on June 8. The girl was examined for CPS by the child's pediatrician who found no signs of sexual intercourse.

He did note to investigators that the child had a 102-degree fever and blisters on her fingers, inside her mouth and in her vaginal area and that he ran a series of tests. The child was referred to Texas Children's Hospital for a more extensive exam, and on June 11, the tests came back positive for genital herpes.

Clayton said she confronted the child's mother about her daughter's condition.

“She had no idea where it came from,” Clayton recalled, though Young, 33, is a registered nurse.

A lawyer representing the interests of Emma's 6-year-old sister and 11-year-old half-sister, pressed Clayton on why herpes wasn't enough to remove a child from a home, but the CPS worker said her agency needed more, a verification of the abuse from the mother or the child.

“There was no information stating where it came from,” Clayton said of the herpes. “We did not have enough information that the child suffered abuse and neglect in that home.”

Because genital herpes can be transmitted through other, nonsexual methods, CPS investigators cannot automatically remove a child who tests positive for it, agency officials said. Infection can be spread by touching an open blister, then another person.

Young had separated from her husband, Benjamin Thompson, 33, and was proceeding with a divorce. Both parents said the child had no other contact with adults, except maybe at a local swimming pool.

When asked if she had anything to do with the death, Young said, “absolutely not.”

Thompson said his wife told him that the type of herpes their daughter contracted had started out as a “childhood” version and had somehow developed into the sexual disease adults contract. He also said his wife told him that their daughter could have contracted the disease from a toilet seat.

The night of her death, Harris County Sheriff's Office homicide investigators were summoned to the emergency room.

No explanation
Homicide division Lt. Rolf Nelson said the child had bruises and cuts on her body.

He said investigators did not receive adequate explanations for how the girl had been injured.

“Either there were no explanations offered, or the explanations offered for the cause of the injuries were not plausible,” Nelson said Tuesday.

Some of the injuries also occurred before the day the child died, Nelson said.

Olguin, the CPS spokeswoman, said that a sexually transmitted disease alone is not enough to put a 4-year-old into protective custody. She said Emma shook her head, “no” when asked whether anyone had touched her inappropriately.

“We had a child without an outcry,” Olguin said. “We didn't know about any perpetrator.”

Harris County Sheriff's Investigator A.J. Kelly testified Tuesday that he believed Thompson, Emma's father, had nothing to do with her death but said Young and her boyfriend Lucas Coe, 27, of Magnolia, have not been ruled out as persons of interest. Coe has been indicted for injury to another child, a 7-year-old boy, in Montgomery County.

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PostSubject: Re: Emma Thompson (4) R.I.P.   Fri Oct 30, 2009 10:05 am

Neighbor says mother blamed falls for girl's death

A distraught neighbor of Emma Thompson, the 4-year-old who died last month after being beaten and sexually assaulted, testified Wednesday that the child's mother repeatedly blamed the fatal injuries on two separate falls — and that she tried to save her daughter's life by using super glue to close the wound on her head.

“She told me … that Emma had fallen in the morning on a table while trying to get a kolache … and that afternoon in the bathroom,” said Christine Frazier, who lived next door.

Frazier told the court her conversation with Abigail Elizabeth Young, a 33-year-old registered nurse, took place hours after the child died after being rushed to Memorial Hermann-The Woodlands Hospital on June 27. Her account came in family court proceeding in which Young's two former husbands are asking state District Judge Judy Warne for custody of Emma's surviving siblings, who live with Young's grandmother in Brenham.

Frazier also noticed blood on Emma's flowered underpants the day before she died. When Frazier confronted Young about the blood, Young said it came from a scratch.

“She said she (Emma) scratched her vagina when she got out of the pool,” Frazier said.

Frazier's testimony also detailed the frantic moments before and after Emma's death and how no one, not Frazier or even the little girl's grandmother, has gotten a complete explanation about how Emma died.

Margie Young, Emma's grandmother, told incredulous attorneys that she had not pressed her daughter for details surrounding the little girl's death.

“My daughter was unclear about what happened to Emma,” Margie Young said. “She didn't know.”

Frazier cried as she described her futile attempts to get answers from Young, her estranged friend and next-door neighbor, just hours after the girl was declared dead.

Throughout the dazed conversation, snippets of what sent Emma to the hospital began to emerge, Young's Spring neighbor of six years said. Young mentioned Emma's two falls earlier that day; she told of bite marks on Emma's stomach, which Young claimed had been made by the young daughter of her 27-year-old boyfriend, Lucas Coe.

“She's kinky like her father,” Frazier recalled Young telling her.

Young also told Frazier how she “super glued” Emma's skull fracture before she took the little girl to the hospital. “She said it was not abnormal (to use glue to prevent infection),” Frazier said.

When she pressed Young for more details about Coe, Young told her, “He would never hurt me or my children.”

Finally, Frazier said, she grabbed Young, began shaking her and demanded, “Don't lie to me.”

Police suspect Coe and Young know more about the girl's death, but neither has been charged. Harris County investigators are waiting for results of the girl's autopsy.

Attempts by The Chronicle to reach Coe were unsuccessful. A phone number listed for him is out of order.

Margie Young said she did not ask her daughter whether Coe killed Emma, nor did she ask her daughter about her role: “No sir, I wouldn't have to ask her that.”

Frazier said Coe came to her house in a panic the night of Emma's death.

He asked Frazier if she would keep Emma's two sisters, ages 6 and 11, and his own child, overnight because Young had taken Emma to the hospital.

“I can't be here, Christie,” Coe allegedly told Frazier, explaining that he had recently been ordered by CPS to stay away from his own child. Records show and officials confirm that Coe has been indicted for injury to another child and as a precaution, custody of his child had been transferred to his own parents.

Coe then pointed down the street to what appeared to be an ambulance, which had been called by Young as she was driving Emma to the hospital.

“It's not a wreck,” Frazier said Coe told her. “It's Abbey and Emma.”

No explanation was offered during the hearing as to why Emma's mother did not call 911 from the family's home, instead of down the street from her car.

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PostSubject: Re: Emma Thompson (4) R.I.P.   Fri Oct 30, 2009 10:06 am

'The system failed Emma’
Tuesday, August 18, 2009
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http://www.cayleedaily.com/2009/08/the-system-failed-emma/

Girl’s slaying followed chances to prevent tragedy



Before Lucas Coe was accused of inflicting the injuries that may have killed 4-year-old Emma Thompson, there were at least five chances to keep him behind bars in two different counties.

The last opportunity came just three months before Emma turned up in a Houston area emergency room, sexually abused and fatally beaten. Both Coe, 27, and his girlfriend, Emma’s mother, Abigail Young, 33, have been charged with injury to a child in Emma’s June 27 death. No trial date has been set.

But a closer look at Coe’s criminal history reveals some troubling facts — any of which might have altered the turn of events that led up to the Spring girl’s homicide.

While Coe was serving six years probation for a 2002 Harris County aggravated assault, records show, he was convicted for DWI, pled guilty to a Montgomery County assault, failed to meet with a probation officer, got behind in his restitution to the Harris County victim and was indicted on a child abuse charge in Montgomery County.

Four motions to revoke his probation in the Harris County case were made: two in 2005 and two in 2008.

Two of those were overruled by state District Judge Marc Carter. Two others were dismissed by the judge at the request of prosecutors in the case.

At least twice in that period, Coe was jailed for violating the terms of his probation.

But his probation was never revoked, which could have forced him to serve the remainder of his sentence in prison.

And when he missed a Montgomery County court date on a 2007 charge of injury to a different child, his bond was not revoked in that case — it was reinstated. Turns out he missed court because he was in the Harris County Jail serving time for violating terms of his Harris County probation.

Yet this overlapping criminal history, which had Coe ping-ponging from one county to the next, was not enough to keep him from being released from his probation in March when Carter signed the form announcing Coe had “satisfactorily fulfilled the conditions of supervision imposed by the court.”

Attempts to reach Carter, Montgomery County prosecutors and Coe’s attorney for comment were unsuccessful. A Harris County prosecutor in Coe’s case referred questions to spokeswoman Donna Hawkins, who would only say that “it’s not unusual through the course of a six-year probation that issues might arise with compliance.”

Emma first came to the attention of Texas Child Protective Services on June 8 after her pediatrician reported the little girl had blisters in her mouth and on her vagina that appeared to be genital herpes. After tests proved the diagnosis correct, Emma was given a sexual abuse exam at Texas Children’s Hospital.

No abuse was confirmed, and because genital herpes in rare cases can be spread in a nonsexual manner, the little girl was not removed from her home.

“The system failed Emma, bottom line.” said Andy Kahan, Houston’s Victim Assistance coordinator. “None of this should have ever happened. He should have been locked up in a prison.”

Coe’s criminal history through two courthouses, two jails and a probation department raised other questions no one seemed to be able to answer.

The Chronicle was unable to verify whether Coe completed all 800 hours of his community service, or who made most of his $40,000 restitution to the victim in the 2002 case, considering that as of last December, he was behind in completing both tasks.

The Harris County Community Supervision and Corrections Department will not give information out about a probationer’s case without approval from a judge. The department forwarded the Chronicle’s request for information to Judge Carter last week.

By Monday, there was no approval from Judge Carter to release that information. Several Chronicle attempts since Friday to reach Carter regarding the four motions to revoke the probation went unanswered.

Attempts to reach prosecutors in the 2007 Montgomery County child abuse case now pending against Coe, including why the case was reset at least 15 times, and how Coe was able to get bond when he was on probation for a felony in Harris County, also were unsuccessful.

Messages left Monday for Montgomery county prosecutors about Coe’s case, along with Coe’s attorney Chris Warren, were not returned. Source: Article Houston ChronicleAug. 18, 2009, 9:52AM

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PostSubject: Re: Emma Thompson (4) R.I.P.   Fri Oct 30, 2009 10:06 am

Who failed to save Emma?
By TERRI LANGFORD and PEGGY O'HARE Copyright 2009 Houston Chronicle
July 28, 2009, 11:13PM


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Benjamin Thompson said his wife, Abigail Young, told him that his daughter Emma, 4, had a “childhood” version of herpes that turned into the sexual disease that adults contract.

Two weeks before a sexually abused 4-year-old Spring girl with a fractured skull died in a Woodlands emergency room, Texas Child Protective Services was notified the girl had a sexually transmitted disease, but the agency did not take her into custody because they had no other physical signs the girl was in danger.

The child's official cause of death has not yet been determined by the Southeast Texas Forensic Center in Conroe, but details of the prior CPS abuse investigation and the missed chances to save Emma Thompson's life were presented at a custody hearing Tuesday over the fate of the girl's two siblings. Both have been removed from the home they shared with their mother, Abigail Elizabeth Young.

Emma died June 27 at Memorial Hermann-The Woodlands Hospital after she became unconscious and stopped breathing as her mother was driving her to the emergency room.

Estella Olguin, CPS spokeswoman, said the child had a severed pancreas, a skull fracture and bruising at the time of her death.


CPS investigator Kimberly Clayton recounted how her office began investigating a complaint of neglect and possible abuse involving Emma on June 8. The girl was examined for CPS by the child's pediatrician who found no signs of sexual intercourse.

He did note to investigators that the child had a 102-degree fever and blisters on her fingers, inside her mouth and in her vaginal area and that he ran a series of tests. The child was referred to Texas Children's Hospital for a more extensive exam, and on June 11, the tests came back positive for genital herpes.

Clayton said she confronted the child's mother about her daughter's condition.

“She had no idea where it came from,” Clayton recalled, though Young, 33, is a registered nurse.

A lawyer representing the interests of Emma's 6-year-old sister and 11-year-old half-sister, pressed Clayton on why herpes wasn't enough to remove a child from a home, but the CPS worker said her agency needed more, a verification of the abuse from the mother or the child.

“There was no information stating where it came from,” Clayton said of the herpes. “We did not have enough information that the child suffered abuse and neglect in that home.”

Because genital herpes can be transmitted through other, nonsexual methods, CPS investigators cannot automatically remove a child who tests positive for it, agency officials said. Infection can be spread by touching an open blister, then another person.

Benjamin Thompson said his wife, Abigail Young, told him that his daughter Emma, 4, had a “childhood” version of herpes that turned into the sexual disease that adults contract.



Abigail Young after a court hearing on the death of her four-year-old daughter Emma Thompson in the Harris County Family Law Center's 257th District Court Tuesday.


Young had separated from her husband, Benjamin Thompson, 33, and was proceeding with a divorce. Both parents said the child had no other contact with adults, except maybe at a local swimming pool.

When asked if she had anything to do with the death, Young said, “absolutely not.”

Thompson said his wife told him that the type of herpes their daughter contracted had started out as a “childhood” version and had somehow developed into the sexual disease adults contract. He also said his wife told him that their daughter could have contracted the disease from a toilet seat.

The night of her death, Harris County Sheriff's Office homicide investigators were summoned to the emergency room.

No explanation
Homicide division Lt. Rolf Nelson said the child had bruises and cuts on her body.

He said investigators did not receive adequate explanations for how the girl had been injured.

“Either there were no explanations offered, or the explanations offered for the cause of the injuries were not plausible,” Nelson said Tuesday.

Some of the injuries also occurred before the day the child died, Nelson said.

Olguin, the CPS spokeswoman, said that a sexually transmitted disease alone is not enough to put a 4-year-old into protective custody. She said Emma shook her head, “no” when asked whether anyone had touched her inappropriately.

“We had a child without an outcry,” Olguin said. “We didn't know about any perpetrator.”

Harris County Sheriff's Investigator A.J. Kelly testified Tuesday that he believed Thompson, Emma's father, had nothing to do with her death but said Young and her boyfriend Lucas Coe, 27, of Magnolia, have not been ruled out as persons of interest. Coe has been indicted for injury to another child, a 7-year-old boy, in Montgomery County.

Mom is a ‘gifted' nurse
Texas Board of Nursing Examiners records show the child's mother has been licensed as a registered nurse since June 2001 and has no record of any disciplinary actions. Her license is set to expire Aug. 31. State board officials said their records show she works in the in-patient hospital field .

“From everyone's accounts, relatives and friends, she's a ‘gifted' nurse — this is a term they use,” Nelson said.

The mother called 911 at 7:30 p.m. while driving the girl to the hospital in The Woodlands. After the child became unconscious, the mother called for an ambulance while at the intersection of Gosling and West Rayford Road, Nelson said.

Two motorists stopped to help and found the child had stopped breathing, so they performed CPR until an ambulance arrived, Nelson said. The child was pronounced dead at the hospital.

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PostSubject: Re: Emma Thompson (4) R.I.P.   Fri Oct 30, 2009 10:07 am

Boyfriend of dead girl's mom has dark past
CPS had investigated him before little girl's death
By PEGGY O'HARE and TERRI LANGFORD
HOUSTON CHRONICLE
July 31, 2009, 3:53PM


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Lucas Ruric Coe's criminal history includes assault with a deadly weapon and injury to a child.



The boyfriend of the Spring woman whose 4-year-old daughter died after being beaten and sexually assaulted has a lengthy history with Texas Child Protective Services as well as criminal records for assault with a deadly weapon, criminal mischief and injury to a child, records obtained by the Houston Chronicle show.

Before Emma Thompson's June 27 death, CPS officials had investigated him not once but three times in unrelated cases involving another girlfriend's child.

But child abuse workers said they never knew Lucas Ruric Coe, 27, had been in the same house as Abigail Young and her three children.

It would take Emma's death before CPS learned the truth from Young: that she had been dating Coe since last December. The revelation came this week during a custody hearing in which Young's other two daughters were placed with her estranged husband and his parents.

When CPS was notified June 8 that Emma had blisters on her hands, inside her mouth and in her genital area, investigators were sent to interview Young and examine Emma and her two sisters, ages 11 and 6.

When tests confirmed the young girl had herpes, Young, a registered nurse, said she lived alone with her children, and that no one other than her estranged husband and day care workers had access to Emma, CPS spokeswoman Estella Olguin said.

“Throughout the investigation, Ms. Young denied that anyone other than her and her husband and the day care (center) had access to her children,” Olguin said. “She denied seeing anybody else or having a boyfriend.”

Where investigation stands
So far no one has been charged in the month-old death. Harris County investigators are waiting for the preliminary results of Emma's autopsy, performed 34 days ago in Conroe, before making any arrests.

The girl, who had suffered a skull fracture, a severed pancreas, and vaginal tearing, evidence of sexual assault, was dead by the time she reached a hospital.

“The Harris County Sheriff's Office-Homicide Division is patiently awaiting autopsy results from the Southeast Texas Forensic Center in Conroe before approaching the District Attorney's Office with charges in this case,” said Lt. John Legg, spokesman for the Harris County Sheriff's Office.

“The investigation is ongoing. No one at this time has been officially named nor ruled out as a possible suspect.”

Young has denied having anything to do with her daughter's death. A woman who answered the door at Coe's mother's home in Waller on Thursday said Coe would have no comment.

Awaiting trial
CPS investigated Coe as a possible perpetrator three times — in 2005, 2006 and 2007 — all involving the son of another girlfriend. He has been indicted on charges of injuring that child; the case has yet to come to trial in Montgomery County. The indictment accuses Coe of striking the boy on the head and body with his hand in July 2007, according to prosecutor Frank Barnett.

In January 2005, CPS first investigated injuries to a Magnolia boy, then 5, which included two black eyes, bruising on one cheek, a bruise on his back and a light bruise on one of his buttocks, said CPS spokeswoman Gwen Carter. Coe was living with the boy and his mother.

When CPS discovered the boy's injuries, he was removed from the home.

“What we found was his injuries were not consistent with the explanation given” for how they occurred, Carter said. The case was closed in August 2005 when the mother reported her relationship with Coe had ended.

Same boy, three times
Coe came to CPS' attention again in 2006 when more injuries on the same boy were reported.

This time, the child had bruises to his face, ears, shoulders and chest, as well as a busted lip. He told caseworkers another child at school hurt him and he had fallen, but he also said Coe had twisted his ears. Coe and the child's mother denied bruising the boy, Carter said.

CPS concluded no abuse occurred and closed the case.

“Looking at it, I think there's some follow-up that should have been done,” Carter said of the case. “Just reading this, I think there's some things the caseworker should have gone more in depth with, knowing the history.”

Coe appears for the third time in March 2007 when the agency investigated a complaint of physical and emotional abuse to the same boy, then 7. Again, more bruises.

CPS discovered the boy living with Coe, along with a 2-year-old girl that Coe had fathered with the boy's mother. The agency took custody of both children, who later went to live with grandparents.

Criminal history
Coe's extensive CPS history is matched by a long criminal history.

In addition to the indictment on charges of injuring the boy, Coe has previously been arrested on other charges in Montgomery, Harris and Galveston counties, including aggravated assault with a deadly weapon, two driving while intoxicated cases and criminal mischief, records show.

He served six years of probation that ended in March for a December 2002 aggravated assault case in Harris County. Tomball police Detective Ron McGullion said Coe was arrested after intentionally crashing his vehicle into a car occupied by several people, badly breaking one man's leg, during a fight over a woman in an Academy store's parking lot.

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PostSubject: Re: Emma Thompson (4) R.I.P.   Fri Oct 30, 2009 10:07 am

They had contact with the boyfriend of dead girl's mother
By TERRI LANGFORD
HOUSTON CHRONICLE
July 31, 2009, 8:16PM


Two more children who had contact with Lucas Ruric Coe were taken into protective custody on Friday after Texas Child Protective Services confirmed one, a 4-year-old girl, had been sexually abused.

Coe is the boyfriend of a woman whose 4-year-old daughter, Emma Thompson, died in June after being beaten and sexually assaulted.

The 27-year-old Coe has been investigated by CPS three times in recent years in the physical abuse of another girlfriend's child. As a result of one of those cases — unrelated to Emma's death — Coe has been indicted in Montgomery County on one count of injury to a child. He has not yet gone to trial.

CPS spokeswoman Gwen Carter would not say whether Coe was the focus of their latest investigation. She would only say that it began shortly after Emma died on June 27. Emma's skull was fractured, and there was evidence she had been sexually abused.

“A new report was generated as a result of a child death investigation involving Mr. Coe with Harris County Protective Services.” Carter said. “We needed to take custody.”

Coe had been dating Emma's mother, Abigail Elizbeth Young, since December. No arrests have been made in Emma's death, but Harris County investigators have said that no one, including Coe and Young, have been excluded as suspects.

As Young, a 33-year-old registered nurse, was taking Emma to Memorial Hermann-The Woodlands Hospital on June 27, Coe, who was at her house, rushed Emma's two sisters and his own child to a neighbor next door. He reportedly told the neighbor that Emma had become sick and asked her to watch the other three children for the night.

Meanwhile, as Young was taking her daughter to the hospital, Emma became unconscious and stopped breathing. Young called 911 from the road. By the time Emma reached the hospital, she was dead.

Young testified this week in a hearing to determine temporary custody of her other children, that she had nothing to do with Emma's death and did not see anyone harm her daughter.

Attempts to reach Coe, have been unsuccessful.

CPS' action on Friday came after the 4-year-old Montgomery County girl told medical staff she had been touched inappropriately, according to an affidavit filed with a Montgomery County court. An exam confirmed the girl had been sexually abused, Carter said. The other child, a 9-year-old boy, had not been sexually abused but was living in the same home.

Both children were taken late Friday and placed into a foster home. CPS' investigation is continuing.

http://www.chron.com/disp/story.mpl/...n/6556702.html

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PostSubject: Re: Emma Thompson (4) R.I.P.   Fri Oct 30, 2009 10:08 am

Questions Surround 4-Year-Old's Death
By Carl Willis

POSTED: Thursday, July 30, 2009
UPDATED: 7:28 am CDT July 30, 2009
HOUSTON -- Investigators are trying to piece together what happened to a 4-year-old girl who recently died, KPRC Local 2 reported Wednesday.

When Emma Thompson arrived at Memorial Hermann The Woodlands back on June 27 and was pronounced dead, investigators said she had a fractured skull. They also said she had internal injuries that suggest that she was sexually assaulted.

Two weeks earlier, Child Protective Services found that the girl had a sexually transmitted disease.

Neighbors in the Auburn Lakes Subdivision in Spring were saddened by the girl's death. Jim, who did not want us to use his last name, said he lives just a few houses down from where investigators said Emma may have been abused and fatally injured.

"Gives me the goosebumps," Jim said. "You just never know. I have six grandkids myself and it's a horrible thing to hear."

Wednesday, family court judge Judy Warne heard from witnesses, including Emma's mother, 33-year-old Abigail Young, the father of another of Young's children, next door neighbor Christy Fraser and Emma's grandmother Margie Young.

Warne is trying to decide where Young's remaining children, 11- and 6-year-old girls, should live.

Even though Emma was allowed to remain in her mother's care despite the discovery of the STD, Estella Olguin with CPS said the agency did everything it should have done to keep her safe.

Olguin said Young did not mention that her boyfriend, Lucas Coe, had been around Emma.

"They never indicated that this person, the mom's boyfriend, was around the child and we know of him," Olguin said. "We know that he's dangerous. We know that he's hurt other children before. If we had known that, that alone would have raised a red flag."

Olguin said Coe was already being investigated by CPS and had his two children removed from his custody after allegations that he physically abused his son, who is now 7 years old.

In Wednesday's custody hearing, Fraser broke down on the stand when asked who she believed killed Emma.

"I think that Luke and Abby hurt her," Fraser said. "I think they killed her."

When asked why she felt that way, she answered, "Because Abby won't tell the truth."

An attorney representing CPS said that Young's two daughters should live with their fathers -- Ben Thompson, father of the 6-year-old, or Glen Doody, the father of the 11-year-old. The attorney said that the biological fathers had the right to custody.

Young's attorney said the girls' grandmother should take care of them and that Young should eventually be reunited with her daughters.

"I feel that she was a good mother and will still be a good mother to her remaining children," attorney Susan Edmonson said.

No one has been charged in Emma's death.

The girls are currently living with their grandmother in Brenham. She testified Wednesday that she knew her daughter had the same STD that was later found in Emma's system.

http://www.click2houston.com/news/20222590/detail.html

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PostSubject: Re: Emma Thompson (4) R.I.P.   Fri Oct 30, 2009 10:10 am

HOUSTON (KTRK) -- A local mother made her living as a nurse at a Brenham hospital. But investigators say she didn't care for her four-year-old daughter, but instead caused her death.

[WATCH: Full court hearing of Abigail Young and Lucas Coe]

Abigail Young and her boyfriend Lucas Coe have been charged with felony injury to a child. Both appeared in probable cause court this morning. This was their first court appearance in connection with the death of four-year-old Emma Katherine Grace Thompson.

Although the hearing is public record, the sound from the courtroom was turned off so the media was unable to hear what was said during the appearance. Others present in the courtroom had a visibly disturbed reaction to what was reading read by the judge.

Young appeared in the scrubs she was wearing when she was arrested at a Brenham hospital last night. Coe wore a county jail jumpsuit. He was arrested last night at a home near Magnolia. Both are charged with first degree felony injury to a child.

Emma died June 27 at a Woodlands hospital. Her death was caused by blunt abdominal trauma. Investigators also say the little girl had signs of sexual abuse and a case of genital herpes.

Child Protective Services began investigating a complaint involving Emma a few weeks before her death, but she was sent home, despite the diagnosis of genital herpes.

If convicted, both Young and Coe could face up to life in prison.


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PostSubject: Re: Emma Thompson (4) R.I.P.   Fri Oct 30, 2009 10:11 am

Mom Charged In Girl's Death Released
Abigail Young, Lucas Coe Charged In Emma Thompson's Death

POSTED: Wednesday, August 12, 2009
UPDATED: 2:12 pm CDT August 12, 2009
HOUSTON -- A mother accused in the death of her 4-year-old daughter was released from jail on bond Wednesday, KPRC Local 2 reported.

Abigail Elizabeth Young, 33, and her boyfriend, Lucas Coe, 28, have been charged with first-degree felony injury to a child. They were arrested on Monday.

On June 27, Young's daughter, Emma Thompson, 4, died at Memorial Hermann Hospital in The Woodlands. She had a fractured skull, and investigators said there were internal injuries that showed sexual abuse. The girl had previously been diagnosed with a sexually transmitted disease.

On Friday, Emma's death was ruled a homicide. The official cause of death was blunt force trauma.

Through her attorneys, Young claimed she had nothing to do with Emma's death. She also claimed she had no knowledge that her daughter was being sexually abused.

Young was released on $50,000 bond. Prosecutors said she will have limited contact with her two daughters, who are staying with her ex-husband's family.

"She will be able to write letters to the children and the children to her, but they're going to be looked at by CPS (Child Protective Services) and the district attorney's office," Assistant District Attorney Colleen Barnett said. "In some kind of way, possibly, the children are witnesses. I want to make sure that that is protected."

Court documents showed that Emma's father first noticed something was wrong.

"Her dad noticed she had bruises to her face and her body, which the mother explained by telling the dad that she had fallen out of the bed," Barnett said.


Evidence of abuse was also read aloud when Young and Coe appeared in court on Tuesday.

"The autopsy revealed that Emma had 80 contusions, a severe head laceration, hemorrhaging of the scalp, a skull fracture, internal bleeding," Barnett said.

Probable cause documents indicate Emma also had vaginal tearing and oral and vaginal herpes.

If found guilty, Young and Coe could face life in prison.

Vigil Planned For Thursday

On Thursday, the Spring community and close friends will hold a candlelight vigil to celebrate Emma's life.

Organizers said, "The community welcomes everyone who wishes to attend not only for Emma, but for all children who are abused every day and who tragically die every day. Help us remember this beautiful child and try to bring a strong awareness to Emma's story. We hope Emma's story will one day save the lives of others and finally bring peace to her family and friends."

The vigil will be held on Thursday from 7 p.m. until 8 p.m. at The Church at Creek's End, 20010 Kuykendahl, in Spring.

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PostSubject: Re: Emma Thompson (4) R.I.P.   Fri Oct 30, 2009 10:11 am

The Emma case
More than 80 bruises on girl
By TERRI LANGFORD Copyright 2009 Houston Chronicle
Aug. 11, 2009, 10:08PM

In the days leading to her death, 4-year-old Emma Thompson suffered 80 contusions, a fractured skull, a brain hemorrhage and a vaginal tear.

About 12 to 24 hours before she died, the Spring girl was hit in the abdomen by an “unknown object,” causing blunt force trauma that killed her, according to court records filed by investigators and made available on Tuesday, the same day Emma's mother, Abigail Elizabeth Young, 33, and her boyfriend, Lucas Ruric Coe, 27, made their initial appearance at a bail hearing.

Young and Coe are charged with one count each of injury to a child after their explanation of Emma's fatal injuries didn't square with the beating and sexual abuse she apparently endured over the course of several days.

Coe was ordered held without bail. Young was released Tuesday after posting $50,000 bail.

In an arrest warrant affidavit filed by Harris County homicide investigator A.J. Kelly, Coe and Young gave conflicting statements about what had happened leading up to Emma's death.

Her bruises, including one on her face, were first noticed in early June by her father, Benjamin Thompson, who separated from Young in April. At a court hearing last month, he said Emma's sisters and his estranged wife told him that Emma caused the bruise by walking into a patio table.

According to Kelly's affidavit, Thompson said he told Young to take Emma to a doctor “or he would.”

The girl's pediatrician examined her June 8. The doctor found Emma had “oral and vaginal herpes, along with bruising inconsistent with explanations offered by Abigail Young” and contacted Child Protective Services. Tests came back positive for herpes on June 11.
No sign of abuse June 12

A CPS investigator contacted Young, who was then a registered nurse at Woman's Hospital of Texas, and asked if she were the only adult living in the house with Emma and her sisters. Young said she was, CPS officials have said. She also told CPS that her daughter might have come into contact with someone with herpes at a local YMCA.

According to Kelly's affidavit, however, “Lucas Coe began an intimate relationship with Ms. Young and became a frequent overnight guest at Ms. Young's residence beginning June 2009.”

After CPS talked to Young, Emma was taken on June 12 to Texas Children's Hospital for a sexual abuse exam. There was no sign of sexual abuse, and CPS allowed Emma to remain home. CPS officials have said that herpes does not automatically prompt a removal because in rare cases genital herpes can be contracted in a nonsexual manner.

But sometime between that June 12 exam and her death on June 27, Emma suffered more bruises, a total of 80, according to the Montgomery County medical examiner, along with the skull fracture and sexual abuse as evidenced by a “tear and hemorrhaging to the vagina extending from the area of the hymen, which was not intact.”

The officer's affidavit said that at 8:56 p.m. June 27, Young called 911 to report her daughter was not breathing. It is believed that she made the call from her car a few blocks from her home, because the ambulance met Young at her car at 9 p.m.

Emma was pronounced dead at 10 p.m. at Memorial Hermann-The Woodlands Hospital.

Young stood before a magistrate Tuesday with her arms folded, looking in Coe's direction and shaking her head.

Coe, in an orange jail jumpsuit, sat behind a post out of camera view until his name was called. He stood solemnly before the judge, head down.
CPS removes children

Calls for comment, made to relatives of Young and Coe, were not immediately returned. It's not clear whether Young is still working for Trinity Medical Center.

“She's worked one shift,” said John Simms, president and chief executive of the hospital's corporation, Trinity Health Services.

Emma's sisters, along with two other Montgomery County children Coe has had contact with, have been taken into custody by CPS. Emma's two sisters, ages 6 and 11, have been placed with her paternal grandparents.

The two other children, a 4-year-old girl and an older boy, are in foster homes.

“The investigation is still going on in both cases,” said Gwen Carter, CPS spokeswoman in Houston. “We're still doing our investigation and working with law enforcement.”

Reporter Peggy O'Hare contributed to this report.

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PostSubject: Re: Emma Thompson (4) R.I.P.   Fri Oct 30, 2009 10:12 am

PROTECTIVE SERVICES
CPS under fire in death of Emma Thompson
By RANDY BURTON
Aug. 15, 2009, 4:39PM

The death of 4-year-old Emma Thompson has enraged the Houston community. According to news reports, Emma's mother ignored the abuse of her own child, denied it to the authorities and attempted to hide it by super-gluing her baby's skull together. This “gifted nurse” claimed Emma's injuries were self-inflicted and that she had contracted genital herpes from a dirty toilet seat. Neighbors and others who suspected abuse should have notified the authorities, something required of all Texans over the age of 18. But, judging by their comments on the story on the Houston Chronicle's Web site, Houstonians have reserved their strongest criticism for Child Protective Services. The agency, which was fully aware that Emma had contracted a sexually transmitted disease, failed to remove her from the home.

This tragedy is not an isolated example of poor judgment but the result of a conscious decision by CPS to leave this child in the home. CPS spokesperson Estella Olguin explained that “a sexually transmitted disease alone is not enough to put a 4-year-old into protective custody.” If Emma's STD and her mother's inconsistent stories about its origin weren't enough to trigger a thorough investigation and removal by CPS, what sort of evidence does it need?

Some historical context. In May 1987, following the murder of 2-year-old Jesse Wheeler, a poster boy for how the system has failed victims of child abuse, Justice for Children was formed by a group of concerned citizens tired of seeing preventable deaths of the very young in our community.

Later that year, these same Houstonians convinced the Texas Senate to conduct statewide hearings into the problems at CPS. The 1989 Senate report stated that “70 percent of the confirmed cases involved children who were left in their homes and who needed ongoing supervision and assistance from the department. In reality, only about half of these cases were assigned to a caseworker. The remaining 49 percent, or 9,800 confirmed cases, were closed immediately after the investigation … ”

In 1991, the Texas Senate Finance Committee found that “[y]ears of studies costing millions of dollars have been devoted to this program without tangible results. The immense problems and substantial improvements required cannot be achieved realistically in an agency with so many competing priorities.”

Also in 1991, a report by the Texas Performance Review Team found: “The mission of the social worker is to rehabilitate and preserve the family.” It went on to say, “on the other hand, the mission of an investigator is to determine if the abuse occurred and remove the victim from the situation if necessary. Maintaining the functions in the same agency makes … a nearly impossible situation in which to maintain objectivity and focus.”

On July 2, 2004, Gov. Rick Perry issued an executive order requiring the Office of the Inspector General of the Texas Health and Human Services Commission to conduct an investigation of CPS. The inspector general's report noted that: “When abuse or neglect was indicated in the file, only 30 percent of the time did CPS caseworkers implement the appropriate safety steps for the short-term protection of the child, only 71 percent of the time were the steps appropriate to protect the child from further abuse and neglect and only 27 percent of the time, when there was imminent threat to the health and safety of any child in the home, was the child actually removed from the threat to prevent further abuse, neglect, or physical abuse, neglect, or physical harm to the child.”

Twenty-three years after Jesse Wheeler's death, innumerable studies, and adverse reports, we are still fighting the same fight. I could not care less that CPS feels they are damned if they remove a child and damned if they don't. According to the last National Incidence Study of Child Abuse and Neglect, of the 1 million annual cases where CPS confirmed abuse and neglect, 72 percent were closed without ever removing the children. By comparison, the number of children who have been murdered as a result of being removed from a home subsequently deemed safe is a big fat zero.

CPS is not in a popularity contest. Under federal law, “the child's health and safety shall be the paramount concern” in all child abuse and neglect investigations. The federal Adoption and Safe Families Act of 1997, written with the help of Justice for Children, states that CPS is not required to use reasonable efforts to keep families together where “the parent has subjected the child to … abandonment, torture, chronic abuse and sexual abuse” or has “committed a felony assault that results in serious bodily injury to the child.”

No government agency is perfect, but I'd much rather have a police officer investigating a crime against a child than an agency that acknowledges that it doesn't perform criminal investigations. Law enforcement's priority is to protect its complaining witness, the crime victim. Otherwise, it has no case. CPS's priority continues to be preserving the family unit which, in cases like Emma's, is an experiment at the child's expense. If Emma's case had been investigated by law enforcement officers, I believe she would be alive today.

Like Jesse Wheeler, the death of defenseless little Emma is an object lesson in system failure. She compels us to try something new, so we don't read about another tragic, preventable child's death in the newspaper tomorrow.

Burton is the founder of the national child advocacy group Justice for Children and a partner at the Houston law firm of Burleson Cooke, LLP.


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PostSubject: Re: Emma Thompson (4) R.I.P.   Fri Oct 30, 2009 10:12 am

Candlelight vigil planned for Emma

A candlelight vigil is being held Thursday for Emma Catherine Grace Thompson, the 4-year-old Spring girl who died June 27 after being sexually and physicially abused.

Those interested in attending the 7 p.m. event at The Church at Creek's Endor and want more information may call community the Rev. Tim Seippel at 281-353-7887. The church is located at 20010 Kuykendahl in Spring.


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PostSubject: Re: Emma Thompson (4) R.I.P.   Fri Oct 30, 2009 10:13 am

4-Year-Old Remembered At Vigil
By Daniella Guzman

SPRING, Texas -- Family, friends and strangers Thursday celebrated the life of slain 4-year-old girl, KPRC Local 2 reported.

The celebration at a Spring church began with pictures of Emma Thompson.

"We don't understand why a child was taken so soon in such a horrible way," said Pastor Bobby Martin of Church at Creek's End.

Emma's aunt fought back tears as she spoke about her niece on the church's stage.

"We will miss her forever and she will live in our hearts forever. She's in heaven right now, in a better place," said Amanda Young Matthews.

Emma died on blunt force trauma on June 27 at a Woodlands hospital. Emma's mother, Abigail Young, and her boyfriend of three months, Lucas Coe have been charged with injury to a child.

Investigators said Emma had 80 bruises on her body, a fractured skull, internal bleeding and signs of sexual abuse. Doctors said she also had a sexually transmitted disease.

"We're here to say, as a community, that we will not stand aside and watch this crime become another statistic," Martin said.

Emma's biological father was not present at the vigil. He asked a friend to read a statement on his behalf.

"He said he wanted to thank everyone for remembering his Emma. He also said this is a trying time for everyone and he loves Emma very much," Pastor Mark Gwin said.

The vigil ended outside with candles in everyone's hands and in prayer.

Abigail Young was released from jail on bond on Wednesday. She did not attend the vigil.

Previous Stories:

* August 12, 2009: Mom Charged In Girl's Death Released
* August 11, 2009: Girl's Suspected Killers In Court
* August 11, 2009: 2 Arrested In 4-Year-Old Girl's Death
* August 10, 2009: Couple Charged In 4-Year-Old Girl's Death
* July 30, 2009: 4-Year-Old's Sisters' Custody Decided
* July 30, 2009: Questions Surround 4-Year-Old's Death



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PostSubject: Re: Emma Thompson (4) R.I.P.   Fri Oct 30, 2009 10:24 am

"The paternal grandparents of a 4-year-old Spring girl who died last month after being beaten and sexually assaulted have received temporary custody of her two sisters.

State District Judge Judy Warne directed Children's Protective Services to retrieve the girls, ages 6 and 11, and deliver them to the paternal grandparents. The father of the slain girl, Emma Thompson, and the surviving 6-year-old also lives there. The 11-year-old has a different father.

The girls' mother, 33-year-old Abigail Elizabeth Young, is restricted to two one-hour visits per month at CPS offices during the temporary custody period, Warne said.

Two of Young's former husbands are seeking custody of the surviving siblings, who currently live with Young's grandmother in Brenham."

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PostSubject: Re: Emma Thompson (4) R.I.P.   Fri Oct 30, 2009 10:28 am

Bail reset for suspect in Spring girl's death (Oct. 2, 2009)

A new bail was set on Friday for a Magnolia man who is one of two people charged in the abuse death of 4-year-old Emma Thompson.

State District Judge Mary Lou Keel set bail for Lucas Coe at $300,000.

Last month, Keel set bail for Coe at $100,000, with one restriction: no contact with children. But she revoked the bail a few days later after Coe failed to take a court-ordered urine test.

Coe, who had said a medical condition kept him from providing the sample, eventually complied, and on Friday, his bail was reset to $300,000, an amount his attorney says will be tough to meet.

“I have no reason to believe he'll make that bond,” said Bert Steinmann, Coe's attorney

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PostSubject: Re: Emma Thompson (4) R.I.P.   Mon Nov 30, 2009 9:19 am

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PostSubject: Re: Emma Thompson (4) R.I.P.   Wed Feb 03, 2010 1:58 pm

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PostSubject: Re: Emma Thompson (4) R.I.P.   Sun Jul 18, 2010 5:26 pm

It was more than clear that 4-year-old Emma Thompson was being abused. Mother Abigail Young, a nurse from Spring, Texas, had taken her to a doctor, who found that the girl had genital herpes and bruising around her waist...

The doctor called Texas Child Protective Services. Unfortunately, its seems a worthless functionary was assigned to the case. Since it couldn't be proved that Emma had intercourse, social workers ruled that there was no evidence of abuse, and they allowed Emma to stay in Abigail's home with her two older siblings.

That was not a good thing.

At the time, Abigail was having an affair with handyman Lucas Coe, who had a child abuse case pending in another county. After Abigail separated with her husband, Coe often spent the night and looked after the kids while Abigail was away. He also was beating and raping little Emma.

It came to a head June 27 of of last year. Emma was rushed to a hospital, where she was declared dead. An autopsy revealed she had 80 bruises on her body, in addition to cracked ribs, a fractured skull, and vaginal tearing.

Abigail was charged with knowingly allowing her child to be abused. But earlier this week, a jury found decided that she wasn't intentionally reckless in her daughter's death. They convicted her of the lesser crime of reckless serious bodily injury to a child by omission.

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PostSubject: Re: Emma Thompson (4) R.I.P.   Tue Dec 14, 2010 12:41 pm



MOTHER OF 4 YEAR OLD EMMA THOMPSON FOUND GUILTY
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The mother of 4-year-old Emma Thompson, the Spring girl who died last year after suffering a severed pancreas and fractured skull, was found guilty of reckless and serious bodily injury to a child by omission by a Houston jury Monday.
Abigail Young could face two to 20 years in prison for the crime. The sentencing phase will begin Tuesday. Jurors rejected a more serious charge of injury to a child by omission, which could have sent her to prison for life.
Emma died at a Woodlands hospital on June 27, 2009. An autopsy showed she had “80 contusions, a severe head laceration, scalp hemorrhaging, a skull fracture, internal bleeding and a severe tear and hemorrhaging to the vagina.”
The cause of death was listed as blunt force trauma to the abdominal area, which caused several internal injuries.
Investigators also said the girl had genital herpes when she died. Young’s former boyfriend, Lucas Coe, is accused of raping Emma.
Initially, Young told investigators Emma hurt herself when she fell out of bed.
CPS began investigating the family in early June of 2009 after Emma’s dad called, saying she was covered in bruises. Her pediatrician had also contacted CPS, because he suspected blisters in her mouth and genital area were caused by genital herpes.
But an exam at Texas Children’s Hospital found no evidence of sexual abuse, and CPS did not remove her from the home.
Weeks later, she was dead.
Because of Emma’s case, CPS decided to use more aggressive procedures when investigating allegations of abuse in children with sexually transmitted diseases.
Emma’s two sisters were placed with grandparents after her death.
Coe, who faces trial in September in Harris County on charges of aggravated sexual assault and injury to a child, had been investigated by CPS prior to Emma’s case.
CPS investigated him three times in unrelated cases involving another girlfriend’s child.
Coe was reindicted on January 12, 2010 on a January 13, 2005 charge of first degree felony Serious Bodily Injury to a Child. The victim in the Montgomery County case is a seven-year old boy.
Emma’s injuries case will be prosecuted in Harris County where the abuse occurred, and not in Montgomery County, where she died.
Coe was not Thompson’s father, but shared a residence in Spring with Emma and her mother, Young, a registered nurse who worked in labor and delivery.
His criminal history includes charges of assault with a deadly weapon and criminal mischief.
If convicted, he could get life in prison.

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