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Texas 10 Most Wanted Sex Offender Details

Tuesday, Aug 22 2017
Mark Timothy McBride
Up To $3,000 Reward
race: White sex: Male dob: 03/07/57 height: 5'10" weight: 250 lbs. aka: Mark McBridge smt: May wear glasses fbi #: 715764FC9 sid #: TX07410749 tdc #: 01372554 Wanted For: Fail to Comply with Sex Offender Reg. Requirements, Parole Violation (Orig. Offense: Indecency w/ Child-Sexual Contact), Probation Violation (Orig. Offense: Indecency-Fondling)
Gang(s): N/A
cch: Indecency with a Child - Sexual Contact (3 counts) lka: 6401 Devonshire Drive lkc: North Richland Hills, Texas
caution: Subject should be considered ARMED and DANGEROUS! Violent Tendencies!

Mark Timothy MCBRIDE is a convicted sex offender required to register every three months for life. He has ties to the North Richland Hills/Fort Worth areas, and has also resided in Pagosa Springs, Colorado. Prior to absconding from the North Richland Hills area in 2011, MCBRIDE had expressed an interest in living and working in Alaska.

In 2006, MCBRIDE was convicted in Tarrant County on 3 counts of Indecency with a Child - Sexual Contact for an incident involving two 16-year-old females. He was subsequently sentenced to seven years in TDCJ prison and also received ten years' probation.

On July 5, 2011, the Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles issued a warrant for MCBRIDE's arrest for Parole Violation (Original Offense: Indecency with a Child - Sexual Contact x 2).

On August 10, 2011, a Probation Violation (Original Offense: Indecency - Fondling) warrant was issued out of Tarrant County for MCBRIDE's arrest.

On March 7, 2014, the North Richland Hills Police Department issued a warrant for MCBRIDE's arrest for Failure to Comply with Sex Offender Registration Requirements.

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