UPDATE: Missing Comanche Co. Woman Found; OSBI To Bill Her

A once-missing Texoma woman has been found, and police say they're going to charge her for all the money spent looking for her.

Tiffiny Bray was found safe in Corpus Christi Friday, after almost a month. Now she's facing charges. Bray vanished July 20th. The 39-year-old's fiance reported her missing when she didn't return from a shopping trip to Lawton. The Oklahoma Bureau of Investigation found surveillance video showing Bray had actually been in Oklahoma City on July 19th. Then, on the 22nd, she sent her fiance a message she was being held against her will in Lawton.

The OSBI followed several leads which took them to Corpus Christi Friday morning. That's where they found bray and a companion in a hotel. Both were detained.

Bray is facing extradition back to Comanche County where she faces charges of unauthorized use of a motor vehicle and obstructing officers. OSBI plans to seek restitution for all expenses dedicated to finding Bray.