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Nipp Pleads Not Guilty In Carter County Court

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ARDMORE, OK -- A man accused of leading authorities on two separate high speed chases through two southern Oklahoma counties was back in court today.

James Conn Nipp pleaded not guilty to the charge of endangering others while eluding police.
 
The charge stems from a chase in Carter County that happened on January 22.
 
Nipp is also accused of running from authorities in Love County last July.
 
Police believe 17-year old Molly Miller and 21-year old Colt Haynes were in the car with Nipp that night.

The couple has not been seen since.
 
However, police have not connected him with their disappearance.