|By Jennifer Palmer, The Oklahoman, Oklahoma City|
|McClatchy-Tribune Information Services|
Charges of endangering others while eluding a police officer were filed against
That evening, Nipp, driving a 2012 Honda Accord that wasn't his, sped away from two
A witness also described seeing a car leave a home about 9 that night, with Haynes in the front seat, Miller in the back seat and driven by a man matching Nipp's description.
Nipp appeared in court Thursday on the eluding charge, which was filed in January, and waived his preliminary hearing. His next hearing is scheduled for
Miller and Haynes are considered endangered, said
"We have not found any evidence that indicates they are lost, so foul play is highly suspected," he said.
Other agencies assisting with the investigation into Miller and Haynes' disappearance include the
The events of
As the car traveled down
The next morning, on
Graham told the highway patrol and her insurance company that she loaned her car to Nipp and that he returned it 15 to 30 minutes before the police chase. But some of her neighbors, who were outside at that time, said it wasn't true and the car didn't arrive back at that time.
Graham said she went to sleep after Nipp returned her car and woke up the next morning to find it missing. But cellphone records reveal calls and text messages between her phone and Nipp's mother and aunt throughout the night and into the early morning hours of
The content of those messages hasn't been revealed.
In the days following, Miller and Haynes were reported missing. Family members have been told Miller called 911 shortly after midnight, didn't say anything and hung up. Telephone records show the couple also made several calls to friends wanting a ride, and Haynes reportedly told some friends he had broken an ankle and was coughing up blood.