Texas Sports Reporter Found 'Unharmed'

Texas Sports Reporter Found 'Unharmed'

Texas Sports Reporter Found 'Unharmed'

Houston police said sports reporter Courtney Roland was in a "state of confusion" when they located her near a Houston overpass Monday morning. Her Jeep later was found with her phone and other personal items inside.

UPDATE: Our officers have found Ms. Roland in the Galleria area. Our officers arrived, confirmed it was her and arranged she be checked at an area hospital.

Roland covers Texas A&M football for AggieYell.com and Rivals.com, according to the Houston Chronicle. The man followed her home in a blue truck but allegedly drove off when Roland got out her vehicle.

TwitterCourtney Roland, a Houston-based sports reporter, has been reported missing by her family and friends.

The roommate said she was supposed to meet up with Roland but never heard from her again.

"She seems pretty confused about everything", said Houston Police.

Messages left on phones listed for Roland and for her family members were not returned. The address where she was found was not provided by police.

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Police said they believe her confusion to be a result of a reaction to medication.

A U.S. journalist who has been missing since Saturday was anxious "she was being followed by a blue truck", according to social media.

Police said Courtney Roland, 29, was found near the shopping mall where she was last seen a day earlier.

Courtney's mother said she received a unusual text from her phone that said "hello the owner of this phone Courtney".

Governor Greg Abbott took to social media Sunday in an effort to help find the missing reporter, using the hashtag #HelpFindCourtney.

They discovered her cellphone and different assets inside, cops stated, while her satchel was found at a close-by business.

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