Jonathan Hamilton missing from Texas since 2015

Johnathan Hamilton, 26, (age at disappearance) from Houston, Texas was last seen on May 2, 2015 by his family at home.

Johnathan’s gray 2008 GMC Envoy, TX Tag CDM *1740 was located in the Best Buy parking lot on hwy 71 in Bastrop, TX on May 4, 2015 and he has not been seen since.

Jonathan’s mom, Angie stated:  “On May 2 , 2015 is the last time we saw our son . Two days later he was in Bastrop , Texas . We received a few calls from him …from “good Samaritan’s” phone and never heard from him ever again .We drove to that town the vehicle was in a parking lot , out of gas . We never saw our son , we don’t know what went on there . We don’t know that he ever left that place . I will continue to reach out to seek information , seems strange to me that no one has come forward to even say that they saw my son . Different stories have been told , they don’t match up . I will not give up trying to find out what happened . My son was very ill … deathly ill . Medical records state that . Hospitals were called , jails , ems services , morgues , and medical examiners . What happened to Johnathan Lee Hamilton Missing ? It’s been over 2 years ! Someone … Somewhere … Knows Something !”

Jonathan has type 1 diabetes.  Two days before, Johnathan had been rushed to the ER due to complications of his diabetes.

Height: 6’2”
Weight: 210 lbs
Hair Color: Brown
Eye Color: Brown

Clothing: “EZEKIAL” on the front, blue jean shorts, brown Coleman Brand suede like tennis shoes and possibly a white or cream colored backpack “old school” with draw string. Jonathan has a small scar on his right eye and a scar on his right hip. He was driving a gray, 2008 GMC Envoy with license plate CDM 1740

If you have seen or see Johnathan or have ANY information on his whereabouts please contact Detective Vicky Steffanic, Bastrop Police Department, 104 Grady Tuck Lane, Bastrop, TX 78602. Phone: 512-332-8603:

 

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