Missing Marine from Camp Pendleton Found Safe in Texas

© Stacy Wallace via AP This Sept. 2019 photo released by Stacy Wallace shows her son, Job Wallace, in Oceanside, Calif. An Arizona family is searching for Job Wallace, a U.S. Marine who left for Camp Pendleton on Monday, Sept. 16, 2019, but never arrived at the base outside San Diego.

A U.S. Marine from Camp Pendleton in California, who was reported missing last week, was found safe in Texas on Saturday night, according to a report.

Lance Cpl. Job Wallace, 20, was taken into custody by Naval Criminal Investigative Service (NCIS) and law enforcement at a Navarro County rest stop near Dallas, according to the NCIS Marine Corps West field office, The San Diego Union-Tribune reported.

NCIS did not say what Wallace was doing there or why he was taken into custody.

The Marine was last seen Monday at a friend’s house in Surprise, Ariz., and was supposed to head back to Camp Pendleton in San Diego after three days of leave.

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SOURCE: Fox News, Brie Stimson