Courtney's mother said she received a unusual text from her phone that said "hello the owner of this phone Courtney". At the time, police said she was alone and walking around a store inside the mall. The address where she was found was not provided by police.
They did not, however, reveal the type of medication.
Houston journalists, friends and family members took to social media Monday morning to aid police in the search for Roland after she vanished from the Galleria around 5:40 p.m. Sunday.
Early on Sunday, Ms Roland's roommate said she received a text that she was concerned a blue truck was following her just after leaving a pharmacy in her own vehicle.
Houston Police said they do not suspect foul play. "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.
Now, the Houston PD has confirmed Roland was found. saying, "A passerby called us about 8:15am, stating Ms. Roland was under an overpass at the 610 West Loop at Richmond".
"She seems pretty confused about everything", said Houston Police.
Friends said Roland was wearing an orange Remington hat and a camouflage fleece jacket, before she disappeared. "I am buying an iPad.'" According to Click2Houston, "Vara also said Roland's vehicle was broken into six weeks ago and she's been on high-alert since".
Police took Roland to a hospital to be checked out.
She was an intern in the sports department at KPRC2 back in 2010. The man allegedly followed her home in a blue truck, but drove away when she got out. Meanwhile, her purse was found at a nearby business.