OSBI: woman arrested for murder in 1992 disappearance
The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation says it has a woman in custody in connection to the disappearance and murder of two women and a young girl in 1992.
Beverly Noe, 67, was arrested Friday morning for the murder of 23-year-old Wendy Camp, Camp's 6-year-old daughter Cynthia Britto, and Camp's sister-in-law 22-year-old Lisa Kregear more than 20 years ago.
The three were last seen May 29, 1992 after visiting Camp's son at the home of her ex-husband, Chad Noe in Shamrock. Beverly is Chad's mother and authorities say she picked up the three victims to take them to see Camp's son.
Beverly told investigators she dropped them off at a Walmart in Chandler that same day. Investigators say witnesses and employees never saw them in the area.
In 2013, Beverly's brother told Creek County investigators that the bodies may be buried on property his mother used to own near Terlton. Investigators and OSBI agents found the site and excavated three bodies. They charged Beverly's brother, Grover Prewitt, Jr., with accessory after the fact.
Those remains were identified in January as the three missing and the medical examiner determined they were all homicide victims.
Investigators say in the past year, they learned Beverly told her now-deceased mother, Ida Prewitt, that she killed the three. OSBI also says Beverly made several statements to her brother that included information about the used in the murders.
Beverly was arrested west of Drumright during a traffic stop and is booked into the Creek County Jail.