Bryan Ivey, 22, contacted his wife from a motel in Marshall, Texas, Tuesday morning.
Eight family members traveled to Marshall — a town in east Texas about 30 minutes west of Louisiana — to pick up the man who had been the subject of several Facebook groups and news reports since his family reported him missing on Saturday.
Capt. Jeff Richards of the Carroll County Sheriff's Office said his office will be questioning Ivey and his family when they return today or tomorrow.
Prior to being found, Ivey had last been seen on Friday, traveling in a white 1998 Ford Explorer on Interstate 20 in Douglasville.
Family members said Ivey was on the way to pick up his wife from work when he disappeared. He was headed toward Highway 5 in Douglas County.
Wendy Kidd, Ivey's aunt, told WLBB Radio this morning that the last few days have been "tough" for the family.
"He has been found alive and well," Kidd said. "The only thing we know is that he was taken against his will."
Richards said the sheriff's office is waiting for more information from Texas authorities, as well as waiting to hear from Ivey himself, before making any conclusions as to the reason of his disappearance.