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Family Reacts To News Of Warrants Issued

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WILSON, OKLAHOMA -- An arrest warrant was issued Friday in connection to the disappearance of Molly Miller.

Our crews met with several family members Saturday to see what their reaction was to the news.

Members of Molly Miller's family say they were relieved to finally get some news after six months of waiting.

"We were all relieved that something's finally getting done," said Misty Miller, Molly's cousin.

Arrest warrants were issued Friday for two people after a lengthy investigation by Oklahoma Highway Patrol and other numerous law enforcement agencies.

"As a result of that investigation, the highway patrol presented to the Carter County district attorney's office over 500 pages in investigative reports," said Lt. Jay Clary. "Based out of that investigation, two warrants were issued."

Troopers say they believe James Conn Nipp started a high-speed chase with police in Wilson, Oklahoma back in July that ended in Love County when he abandoned the vehicle.

That car was the last place police say 17-year old Molly Miller and her friend Colt Haines were seen.

Family members say these developments could help bring closure to finding out what exactly happened.

"The case is moving forward now, it's took a whole different turn," said Alex Miller, Molly's grandfather.

"We're hoping that this arrest, that maybe they'll start talking," said Misty. "Somebody will start talking."

OHP says more arrests could still be made.

"We can anticipate that there will be more arrests within the next weeks and months to come," said Lt. Clary.

"And now we just have to wait and see what happens from here," said Alex.

Surrounded by pictures and memories, for Molly's grandfather, that might be easier said than done.

"My heart's broken," said Alex. "I want her home."

The other warrant Clary mentioned was for Sabrina Graham Fincher.

She was arrested Friday, but was later released after posting a $2,500 bond.

Troopers say Conn Nipp is a wanted fugitive, and anyone with information on his whereabouts is asked to call OHP at 580-223-8800.