They discovered her at the area and conveyed her to a close-by healing center, Houston police said. Police say most of the time she was missing, she was searching for her phone - which was found in her vehicle.
Authorities in Southeast Texas have located a sports reporter who disappeared Saturday after covering an elite college football camp. She was driving a '15 Silver Jeep Cherokee Plate HZC7778.
She had bumps and bruises but was otherwise unharmed when she was spotted Monday morning walking under an Interstate 610 overpass in west Houston by a passer-by who had seen media reports that she was missing.
But in the early hours of Monday morning, Brian Perroni, a former colleague, wrote on Twitter that her auto, purse, wallet and phone have been found in the Houston Galleria area.
Further details surrounding the cause of her disappearance were not immediately disclosed.
Ms Roland went missing on the weekend. The roommate said the blue truck looped back around and parked behind her and Roland got out of her vehicle and the truck sped off.
Cruz said she appeared to have spent much of her time searching for her phone, which was found in the Jeep along with other personal items. Her purse was found elsewhere. As CrimeOnline previously reported, Roland texted her roommate on Saturday and said she had seen a man acting strangely at Wal-mart, and that the same man appeared to have followed her home.
Police said that they do not suspect any foul play, and have no reason to believe any crimes were committed. Roland was meant to meet up with the roommate, but never showed up.
Governor Greg Abbott took to social media Sunday in an effort to help find the missing reporter, using the hashtag #HelpFindCourtney.
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