David Wayne Waggoner, a U.S. Marine Corps Veteran was last seen at his residence in the vicinity of the 2700 block of Lafferty in Pasadena, TX on October 1, 1971. His car, with the key in the ignition, was found parked in front of his apartment on Lafferty Street in Pasadena, and some clothes, Waggoner’s suitcase, and a small amount of money were left inside his home. A hunter located Waggoner’s red Honda 350 motorcycle in the woods off U. S. Highway 59 in Cold Springs, Texas, seventy miles north of Houston, Texas, approximately two weeks after his initial disappearance. His helmet was sitting on top of it. There has been no trace of Waggoner since that time.
At the time of his disappearance in 1971, David Waggoner was 23 years old. David’s height is 5 feet 9 to 5 feet 10 inches and he weighed 160 to 170 pounds. David Waggoner’s hair color is black and his eyes are brown. David has small vertical scars on his cheecks and a horizontal scar on his chin. He previously had two skull fractures and a broken collar bone. David Waggoner often wore dress shirts and pants and sometimes wore blue jeans. At the time of his disappearance, David was wearing dark-rimmed glasses with plastic frames.
If you have any information about David Wayne Waggoner, contact the Pasadena Police Department, Detective A. McQueen, at 713-475-7897 reference case # 95032194 or the Texas Department of Public Safety Missing Persons Clearing House at 512-424-5074 reference case # M8601021. (NamUs MP# 997)
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