BEXAR COUNTY – 19-year-old Taymor McIntyre, also known as Texas rapper Tay-K 47, is behind bars in Bexar County Jail on multiple charges.
Officials have confirmed that McIntyre has been extradited to the Bexar County Jail on Friday, August 9th resulting in a robbery and murder conviction in Tarrant County.
McIntyre was reportedly sentenced to 55 years in prison.
McIntyre will soon face trial for a similar situation that occurred in Bexar County.
In April 2017, police accused McIntyre of killing and robbing Mark Anthony Saldivar in San Antonio.
After his murder conviction in Tarrant County, Bexar County prosecutors confirmed they will put McIntyre on trial for the death of Saldivar.
“We will bring Mr. McIntyre to Bexar County for prosecution,” said Christian Henricksen, chief of litigation for the District Attorney’s Office.
According to officials, McIntyre left San Antonio in 2017 after removing his ankle monitor while under house arrest for the murder charge in Tarrant County.
Due to the removal of the tracking monitor, McIntyre became a subject of a nationwide manhunt after the San Antonio shooting.
While on the run McIntyre released a song titled “The Race” where he posed for a photo in front of his wanted poster.
McIntyre was finally apprehended in New Jersey in July 2017.
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