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ARDMORE, OK -- 17-year old Molly Miller has been missing since July 2. Police say she and a friend, Colt Haynes-- who is also missing -- were last seen in a car owned by a Carter County woman, who claims that car was stolen.     

On Monday, January 6, she was in court accused of lying about the theft.

Sabrina Graham was in court Monday to face charges of filing a fraudulent insurance claim.    

Graham claimed her car, a charcoal-gray 2012 Honda Accord, was stolen on July, 8 2013.    

But, court records indicate she willingly let James Conn Nipp use the car during that time.

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

"We do believe she was in the car that they're talking about right now," said Alex Miller, Molly's grandfather.

Graham declined to comment as she left the courthouse.

Court affidavits say that Nipp drove the vehicle on State Highway 76 at speeds around 120 miles and hour and did it weaving in and out of oncoming lanes of traffic and at times drove without his headlights on.    

A warrant was issued for James Conn Nipp for endangering others while eluding a police officer.

"The case is moving forward now," said Miller. "It's took a whole different turn."

Court records show Wilson police ended the chase after they couldn't safely maintain pursuit.

Troopers issued an ultimatum, saying if Nipp didn't turn himself into local authorities by 5 PM Monday, The U.S. Marshals Violent Crimes Unit would be called in from Muskogee, Oklahoma to take over the investigation.

"As a matter of fact, there's a considerable amount of marshals down in the Carter, Love County area right now," said Captain Ronnie Hampton, of Oklahoma Highway Patrol. "And these guys, they're going to be doing what they do best, and that is catch people that do not want to be caught."

Graham is due back in court on February 18 at 9 AM.

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