Just a month after James Conn Nipp pleaded guilty to charges related to a 2013 police chase in Love county, he pleaded guilty today to another, separate chase through Carter County.
Nipp pleaded guilty to charges of endangering others while eluding police in January.
District Attorney Craig Ladd says Nipp was sentenced to ten years, to run concurrently with the 10 years he will be serving for the Love county charges.
Investigators say Nipp was the last person to see missing persons--Molly Miller and Colt Haynes.
They say the two were passengers in the car Nipp was driving when he led officers on the first pursuit through Love county last July.
"I spoke with Molly's family after the hearing today, kind of have a status meeting to figure out exactly where we are and to talk about the investigation," said Ladd.
Last month, Ladd requested the OSBI open a full investigation into the disappearance and possible homicides of Miller and Haynes.
Also in Carter County court today, A woman who may also be connected to Miller and Haynes disappearance.
Sabrina Graham pleaded guilty, and received a three year deferred sentence for insurance fraud and filing a false police report.
OHP says Graham reported her car as stolen in July 2013, but they believe she gave James Conn Nipp *permission to take the car, which he then used to lead law enforcement on a pursuit through Love County with Miller and Haynes inside.
District attorney Craig Ladd says Graham admitted today in court that Conn Nipp was in the car the day of the pursuit.