Bristow Woman Denies Involvement In 1992 Triple Homicide

Thursday, May 2nd 2013, 11:22 pm
By: News On 6

The family of two long-missing women and a 6-year-old girl got some answers Thursday, but nothing like what they were hoping for.

One man has been arrested, connected to the 21-year-old triple homicide.

Grover Prewitt is charged with helping family members hide the bodies. According to court documents, he told investigators his mom and sister were behind the killings.

News On 6 spoke with Prewitt's sister, who claims she's innocent.

Beverly Noe said she doesn't have it in her to kill a child, and she doesn't think her brother had anything to do with the murders.

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Investigators say Beverly Noe was the last person to see Wendy Camp, her 6-year-old daughter and Camp's sister-in-law alive, but Noe said that is not true.

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

SkyNews 6 was above a rural Pawnee County field, as investigators searched for the bodies. Noe said her mother, Ida Prewitt and her brother Grover, used to own the land, but she does not think Grover is responsible for hiding the bodies.

"If you're going to get rid of somebody, why would you take them to your property?" Noe said. "I really don't think he did anything. I don't think he knew anything, either. He always told me he didn't know crap about nothing, so I believe him."

Court records show Grover Prewitt told investigators he thought his mother and sister, Beverly, may have killed the three.

Read The Affidavit Against Grover Prewitt

"It was not me and if it were my mother--I don't know, she's dead," Noe said.

Reporter Ashlei King: "Did you have anything to do with this?

Beverly Noe: "I had nothing to do with it. That's what gets me, is I had nothing to do with it, and now they may take me away from my kid."

When Camp disappeared, she had a 4-year-old son. He's now in his 20s and lives with his grandmother, Beverly Noe, in Bristow.

"He's trying to stay away from it, make it go away. He broke down this morning and that boy never cries," Noe said.

Beverly Noe and her mother, Ida, served prison time for felony arson and conspiracy. Department of Corrections records show Noe is on probation until 2017.

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