A Pawnee County cold case from 1992 is back in the news as a man is facing charges for his alleged role in burying the bodies of three victims near Jennings.
Grover Prewitt Jr. appeared in court in Bristow on Friday and plead not guilty to charges of being an accessory after the fact of first degree murder.
He was charged after in April 2013 the bodies of two women and a girl were found buried on property that he and his late mother had owned, each at different times, prior to the disappearance of the victims.
According to an affidavit, Prewitt admitted to investigators that after he dug a hole for a septic tank, the three victims disappeared and that he was later asked by his mother to fill the hole and mask any odor by sprinkling pepper over the area.
Today, the Oklahoma Medical Examiner's office released the autopsy reports of the victims Wendy Camp, Lisa Kregear and Cynthia Britto. All three were ruled homicides.
According to the examiner's report, Wendy Camp suffered gunshot injuries and was stabbed. Lisa Kregear's autopsy also revealed she had been shot.
A Ruger revolver and a knife with a 6-and-a-half inch blade were recovered from the scene of the burial.
The death of Camp's 6-year-old daughter Cynthia Britto was also ruled a homicide, although the means were undetermined by the examiner. The autopsy revealed that she had been restrained with tape on her hands and over her nose and mouth.