Roland's mother also received a text from her Sunday that said, "Hello the owner of the phone Courtney".
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. Driving a blue truck, the man sped off when she got out of her auto in the driveway of her home.
Roland was supposed to meet her roommate later, but never showed.
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Friends told the Chronicle they last heard from Roland early Sunday morning, when she texted her roommate about a blue truck she said was following her after she left a Walgreens.
This is a developing story. CrimeOnline will provide an update when more information is available. Her Jeep was found with her phone and other personal items inside. She appeared to be unharmed, Houston police tweeted. "She cared for people".
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Houston police got a tip from a passeryby who spotted Roland under a bridge before 8:15 a.m. nearby time Monday. There is dispute online as to whether she was last seen in an Uber or another vehicle. "Each week I contact special guests to have on and talk with me about current sports news and all things Texas A&M football and recruiting", Courtney wrote on her website.
Roland texted her roommate that same day, saying she feared a odd man at a Walgreens was following her, Click2Houston reports.
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