The Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office issued a Missing and Endangered Person Alert on Thursday for 41-year-old David McIntyre of Magnolia.
McIntyre has been diagnosed with bipolar disorder, schizophrenia, and manic depressive disorder and has been off of his medications for two to three weeks. He was last seen on Dec. 11, around 11 a.m. at his residence on Hardin Store Road.
McIntyre is on parole for murder and was released from TDC November 2008. His Parole Officer stated McIntyre sent a letter stating he would not be showing up for his parole visit scheduled for Dec. 16.
The Parole Officer says McIntyre is “very paranoid, has extreme delusions,is agitated easily, does not like large groups of people or strangers and can be very violent.”
The last time McIntyre disappeared he was located under the San Jacinto bridge at I-45.
McIntyre has no known associates or family members other than his mother, who reported him missing, yet he was overheard on the telephone telling someone he had to get away, because he was going to see his parole officer the following day and would be put in jail or they would find “some place” for him.
McIntyre is described as 6 feet 8 inches tall, 320 pounds, with brown eyes, a fair complexion and a shaved head, with multiple scars. He was last seen wearing a black windbreaker, black wind pants and may be carrying a black duffel bag with brown trim.
Anyone with information regarding his whereabouts is asked to contact Detective Gannucci with the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office Criminal Investigations Division at (936)760-5876.