Missing Texas A&M Wide Receiver Thomas Johnson Found and Fine
Texas A&M freshman Wide Receiver Thomas Johnson, missing since Monday morning, has been found and found safe according to the authorities in College Station.
Johnson was last seen leaving his home in College Station on Monday. No reason has been given or is known as of yet why he disappeared. Johnson was found in the Dallas area which is almost 200 miles from College Station, the home of the Aggies.
According to Johnson's mother, Linda Hanks, police called her early this morning telling her that her son has been found unharmed. She told a local TV station that no reason has been given yet to her what happened to her son. On campus police are planning a press conference for later on Thursday to answer questions.
Johnson is a true freshman from the Dallas area. So far on the season he has caught 30 balls, one for a touchdown.
Texas A&M are coming off a big upset of number one ranked Alabama last Saturday. The loss dropped the defending champs from the top spot in the BCS to #4.