Missing Michele Roode Boyd found in North Carolina

Michele Rood Boyd
Michele Rood Boyd

Missing Person Texas Michele Roode Boyd

Michele Roode Boyd, 41, has been missing from San Antonio, Texas since November 24, 2016.  She disappeared after her child was found tied up to an ice machine in a Bexar County parking lot.  The 2018 arrest warrant stated that the Walgreens employee told the officers that the child, a middle schooler, had her arms taped behind her back and tape around her mouth.

Michele Rood Boyd
Michele Rood Boyd

In March 2018, Boyd was a patient at WakeMed in North Carolina for 10 days and was listed as “Jane Doe” after she refused to disclose her identity to the medical officials who were treating her. She later went into a coma, according to the arrest warrant, reports the News Observer. Later when her identity was realized, the police arrested her and charged her with abandonment of her child in 2016.


Michele’s mother posted on Tuesday she was happy her daughter was found alive.  Roode says she believes her daughter suffers from mental illness.  Before going missing Boyd was a nurse at Christus Health Systems.

Michele Rood Boyd

Michele Rood Boyd

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