Brother, Sister Due in Creek County Court for 1992 Cold Case
Two Creek County residents with alleged roles in the deaths of two women and a girl in 1992 are scheduled for court hearings Thursday.
Grover Prewitt Jr. and Beverly Noe, both brother and sister, are due for hearings in a Creek County District Court. Prewitt's appearance is scheduled in the morning, while Noe's takes place in the afternoon.
Previous reports from KTUL state that both were taken into custody for their reported roles in the deaths of Wendy Camp; her 6-year-old daughter, Cynthia Britto; and Camp's sister-in-law, Lisa Kregear. Their bodies were discovered at a site in Terlton in 2013.
Prosecutors charged Prewitt with being an accessory after the fact of first degree murder. Noe was charged with three counts of first degree murder.
Investigators collected information pointing to Beverly Noe and her mother Ida Prewitt as having killed the three, according to a previous release from the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation. 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.