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By Anthony Caruso III | Publisher

A Houston, Texas-based sports journalist Courtney Faye Roland is reportedly missing. Her family and friends posted messages on social media, including several to the Texas journalism community, according to Heavy.com.

According to her family and friends, she last sent out a text message at around 12:30 am on Sunday.

Courtney Roland (Photo from courtneyfayeroland.com)

Courtney Roland (Photo from courtneyfayeroland.com)

Roland is a reporter for AggieYell.com, a part of Rivals.com. She also has her own website, courtneyfayeroland.com.

She has not personally tweeted something sports related from herself since November 26th, 2017 when she was posting about the Texas A&M and LSU Tigers football game. However, she posted “Merry Christmas y’all” on December 24th.

Roland has been retweeting numerous from her November post through January 5th from Nicholas Starkel.

Roland is 29-years-old. She was last seen in the Houston Heights neighborhood on January 6th at night, according to a Facebook post from a friend.

“She sent her roommate a text that she was being followed by a suspicious man, who then followed her in his blue truck. This was the last she has been heard from. The authorities have been notified. Her parents ask that if anyone has seen her or her vehicle to please contact them,” Kathryn Chiles, her friend wrote on Facebook. “She was driving her 2016 Silver Jeep Cherokee, Licsense plate HZC 7778.”

According to her website, she graduated from Texas A&M University in December 2010 with a 3.4 GPA.

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