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Family Member Arrested in 1992 Murder Cold Case

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A Creek County woman was taken into custody this week accused of killing three family members who went missing in 1992.

Officials with the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation stated that Beverly Noe was arrested in Drumright. She was booked into the jail for the murders of Wendy Camp, six-year-old Cynthia Britto and Lisa Kregear.

Noe has previously told investigators that she picked up the three woman in Oklahoma City to take them to see her son, Chad Noe. Beverly reportedly stated she dropped them off at a Walmart in Chandler, according to the release.

Investigators added that interviews with people in the area revealed that the three were not seen in the area on that date. And in 2013, Beverly Noe's brother revealed to Creek County District Attorney investigators that the bodies might be buried on property his mother once owned northwest of Terlton.

OSBI agents found the site Grover Prewitt, Jr. spoke of and excavated three bodies. Prewitt was arrested for accessory after the fact - first degree murder. In January, the medical examiner's office positively identified the skeletal remains as those of Camp, Britto, and Kregar. Earlier this month, the medical examiner also determined they were all homicide victims.

In the past year, investigators collected information pointing to Beverly Noe and her mother Ida Prewitt as having killed the three. Prewitt died several years ago. In a recorded conversation between Grover Prewitt and Beverly Noe, Noe made several revealing statements including information about the gun she used in the homicides.

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