Oklahoma girl's mysterious disappearance prompts massive search. (Daily Oklahoman)
much more, with pictures, at the linkWILSON — The mysterious July 7 disappearance of a teenage girl and her 21-year-old boyfriend has prompted a massive law enforcement search that is heading into its third month.
Rumors are rampant, said Wilson Police Chief Felix Hernandez, who has been heading up the investigation into the disappearance of Molly Miller, 17, and Colt Haynes, 21, who are both from the Wilson area.
Some of the hottest rumors have centered on a stolen car chase that occurred the night Miller and Haynes disappeared.
About two weeks later, the car was found abandoned in rough terrain in western Love County, said Garrett Lambert, the missing girl's brother.
No blood or other signs of foul play were found in the car, the police chief said.
Telephone records show the couple also made several calls to friends, Lambert said, adding that Haynes reportedly told some friends he had broken an ankle and was coughing up blood.
“And then that's the last they were heard of,” the chief said.
Officers don't know whether to suspect foul play.
Family of missing girl speaks out. (kten.com, with video)
MPIS thread: [ame="http://www.websleuths.com/forums/showthread.php?t=217297"]OK OK - Molly Miller, 17, Wilson, 2 Jul 2013 - Websleuths Crime Sleuthing Community[/ame]
By Michael Pineda
Posted Sep. 15, 2013 @ 8:00 am
WILSON — The family of Molly Miller has opened the Operation Find Molly account at American National Bank in Wilson in an attempt to gather donations to increase a reward for information leading to finding the missing teenager.
Posted: Sep 25, 2013 7:12 PM EDT
LOVE COUNTY, OKLAHOMA -- New developments occurred Tuesday night in the disappearance of a Carter County teen missing for almost 3 months.
A bit of confusion on dates. NamUs says Colt went missing on July 7:
and Molly went missing on Jul 2:
Seeing various dates in different articles; one says July 8. They were together when they disappeared, right? Or am I missing something? All the news coverage seems to be focused on Molly, so I'm not sure what's going on.
Only the bare bones on Namus. Confusing info, yes.
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Posted: Oct 03, 2013 7:29 PM EDT
Updated: Oct 03, 2013 8:23 PM EDT
By Chris McKinnon
WILSON, Oklahoma - The investigation into the disappearance of Molly Miller and Colt Haynes continues three months after the two disappeared.
Turns my stomach.
I read this post earlier and ended up spending the whole day reading every bit of information on this case I could find. I am floored! My heart breaks for these families. I pray they get answers soon and that they get JUSTICE as well.
This thread should be on fire, with the amount of drama!
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There's something extremely hinky-doodley about this case but I don't want to say just what. Fellow Oklahomans may guess.
Hope I'm wrong. The hash tag #oklahomastrong has been used before, but #oklahomajustice hasn't, unless ironically.
I'm very troubled by the fact the police chase seems to have ended abruptly - apparently by the stolen car being lost, but then found very close by 2 weeks later.
Hope these two are found soon, the pain for the families must be unbearable.
According to this FB page:Wilson Police Chief Felix Hernandez told News 9 that it appears to have started when the driver of a car taunted officer and started a chase towards Love County.
Miller's family said that she and Haynes were passengers in the car. The chase, according to law enforcement went into Love County and ended on Long Hollow Rd.
Hernandez said that a 911 call came from Miller's phone after the chase ended. It only lasted five seconds. He added that several other calls were made the morning after the crash from Molly's phone to friends.
Those friends, according to investigators, said that Miller was trying to find a ride. The person who is believed to have been driving the car is alive and has hired a lawyer.
the US Marshals have now joined the investigation, and there is a $25,000 reward being offered by Operation Find Molly Miller.
Lots of meth use in this area. Not good. It reminds me of that movie Winters Bone.
I will say this..the families are doing an amazing job getting this out there. It took a bit but they are really charging forward and refusing to allow shoddy investigative work to derail their search. Strong loving folksfrom what I can see.
I didn't see anything said about them searching the ping location of her 911 call, only that they called back and no one answered??
Have just spent about an hour reading about this, and I've not even managed to get halfway through what's out there.
Tis is some crazy ish. I know from numerous other cases that there is something weird with LE in OK, but this seems so over the top obvious that I'm floored that more attention isn't being given to these two.
Freakin creepy. Makes me glad I grew up with city cops, where their corruption and thuggery is well known to all (unless, of course, you are well off, in which case you got fairly good treatment) and we knew to steer clear of the neighborhood cops. At least the detectives could somewhat be counted on to be on the up and up if/when they were needed. Corruption in small town LE seems much more pervasive, bottom to top of the organizations. Seems like there is no hope for anyone in situations/areas like this when looking for justice.
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but the young lady's family is going hard and I expect the story will go national soon.
So much on Facebook to wade through, but it is rumored that Colt has a child with CN's ex-girlfriend.
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