Missing Texas sports journalist found

09 January, 2018, 00:56 | Author: Salvatore Jensen
  • Courtney Roland missing

A scary report came out of Houston over the weekend as it was reported that a Texas A&M reporter for Rivals went missing on Saturday.

Roland was declared missing after covering a football camp in Houston, according to her family.

Police found Roland's 2010 white Jeep Cherokee early Monday morning in the Galleria area. We are not providing the location where she was found or hospital at this time.

A missing Texas sports journalist - who messaged a companion that a flawed man took after her home - was discovered safe Monday morning, police said.

Roland, a Texas A&M correspondent for Rivalsdotcom and AggieYelldotcom, disclosed to Vara the man hurried off in his blue truck when she escaped her auto, NBC member KPRC detailed.




The roommate was supposed to meet up with Roland but she never showed up, the station reported.

This is a developing story. CrimeOnline will provide an update when more information is available.

KPRC reports that the roommate did not hear from Roland again. "She cared for other people", said dad Steve Roland told the media according to CBS News.

The Houston Police Department's missing persons bureau can be reached on 832-394-1816. Her phone was inside the vehicle. And I know Courtney would be praying for you, because that's the way she was.

The disappearance of Courtney Roland, 29, caused alarm after she sent nonsensical texts to her mother and her roommate called police Sunday saying Roland had expressed concern that a suspicious man was following her.

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