Her father, Steve Roland, said that police called him on Monday from a Chick-fil-A but he was not sure if that's where police found her. "Episodes can be found on iTunes and PodBean", Courtney Faye Roland also wrote on her website.
Roland's roommate told KPRC-TV that she last heard from her early Sunday morning when she texted about a suspicious man who was following her home from a Walgreens.
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 auto.
Police said Roland did not appear to know that anyone was looking for her.
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Courtney's mother said she received a unusual text from her phone that said "hello the owner of this phone Courtney". Her auto was found, with her phone and belongings inside it, near the mall overnight.
Anyone with information on the missing 29-year-old is asked to contact the Houston Police Department Missing Persons Unit at 832-394-1840.
A message left on her phone was not immediately returned.
"We don't have too many details right now; we're just happy she's OK", he told the Houston Chronicle.
Police said Roland lost her cellphone and was actively looking for it with an app on her iPad. "Prayers out to her family during this hard time". She texted a roommate, telling her a suspicious man at a Walgreens was following her.