ANAHUAC, December 8, 2016 – On February 23, 1991, Pascal DeWayne Garroitt was traveling on Dowlen and Folsom in Beaumont when he struck the vehicle that Alice Bagwell was a passenger in. She died a few days later from her injuries. At gunpoint, Garroitt forced another young man to take him to Lumberton. Garroitt was prosecuted for Involuntary Manslaughter and Kidnapping. On May 18, 1992, Judge Leonard Giblin sentenced Garroitt to 17 years prison time on both charges to run concurrent.
On December 12, 2012, Garroitt was arrested for DWI in Hardin County and given 45 days in jail.
On January 12, 2016, Garroitt was arrested for DWI and DWLI in Chambers County, with bond of $4,000.
On June 25, 2016, Garroitt was arrested for DWI and DWLI in Chambers County, with bond of $12,000. He is currently in Chambers County Jail.
On December 6, 2016, Kelly Toups read in the Newspaper that Pascal DeWayne Garroitt is scheduled for a plea docket in Chambers County…this is the individual that killed her sister, Alice Bagwell in 1991. This information sent her in a frantic state of mind to call to find out what will happen to the man that killed her sister. She called the Chambers County District Attorney office to get information. As of now, the offender will be attending court on Friday at 9am and the Bagwell family will be in court to make sure this habitual offender get puts in prison for a long period of time. They do not want another family have to go through pain of losing a love one.
Pascal DeWayne Garroitt has an extensive criminal history starting in Juvenile court and then into the Adult Criminal Justice system.
MADD and the Bagwell family wants the public know exactly how our criminal justice system allows these Habitual offenders back out of the roadways to put innocent citizens in danger.
Garroitt will appear in the Court of Judge Chap Cain in the Chambers County Courthouse on December 8, 2016.