Missing sports reporter Courtney Roland has been found

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Rivals.com reporter Courtney Roland, who went missing on Saturday, has been found.

Rivals.com reporter Courtney Roland, who went missing in Houston on Saturday after covering a football camp, has been found, according to police.

Roland went missing early Saturday evening after sending a text to her roommate about a suspicious man following her. From Click2Houston:

The roommate said he followed Roland to her home in a blue truck as she was parked in the driveway. The roommate said the blue truck looped back around and parked behind her and Roland got out of her car and the truck sped off. The roommate said she and Roland were supposed to meet up, but the roommate didn’t hear from her again.

Soon after, Roland’s family filed a missing persons report.

Early Monday morning police said they Roland’s white jeep parked outside The Galleria, a large shopping mall in Houston.

Hours later, Houston Police reported that Roland had been found in the area of The Galleria and was safe.

According to a report by KHOU-11, multiple sources said Roland was found at a Chick-fil-A restaurant near The Galleria.


During a press conference Monday afternoon, Houston Police said they believe Roland had become “confused due to a reaction to medications she had been taking.”

The police were still piecing together her movements over the past few days. Police said because of her state of confusion, she was “unaware that she was being looked at as a missing person.”

Roland left her purse in a Starbucks, according to police. She also lost her phone and tried to track it down with an iPad, police said. Police said it is unclear where Roland stayed Sunday night.

Police said they do not “suspect any foul play attached to the incident,” but added she had “bumps and bruises but didn’t know how she got them.”

“There is no evidence that anything criminal happened to her,” police said.

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