Bristow Woman Offered Plea Deal In 1992 Triple Murder

Monday, January 19th 2015, 3:55 pm
By: Richard Clark

Prosecutors say they've offered a plea deal to a Bristow woman long suspected of being involved in a 1992 triple murder.

The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation says Beverly Noe, 67, is due in court on Tuesday, January 20, 2015. The OSBI says if Noe accepts the offer, she will enter a guilty plea at the hearing. If Noe does not accept the offer, the case will go to trial in February.

Beverly Noe was arrested and charged with three counts of murder in March of 2014.

3/28/2014: Related Story: Bristow Ex-Mother-In-Law Charged In 1992 Triple Killings

Wendy Camp, 23, her daughter Cynthia Britto, 6, and Lisa Kregear, 22, had been missing since 1992. Their remains were found in a Pawnee County field in April of 2013.

Noe is Camp's former mother-in-law and the remains were found in an 8-foot grave on land formerly owned by Noe's family, including her brother, Grover Prewitt, 62. At the time of Noe's arrest, Grover Prewitt had already been charged with being an accessory to murder in the case.

The families were involved in a custody battle involving Camp's son. That son, Jonathan, was a toddler at the time and lived with his father Chad Noe in Shamrock, according to the OSBI.

The OSBI said Beverly Noe and family matriarch Ida Prewitt were with the victims the day they disappeared.

In a 2013 interview with News On 6, Beverly Noe denied involvement in the three murders.

"It's not like I saw them last, because apparently somebody did, because I wasn't the one to put them there," she said. "I didn't do it."