TULSA - It took nearly 22 years, but justice may finally be served in the murders of two women and a six-year-old girl whose bodies were found buried deep in rural property in Pawnee County last Spring.
The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation tells KRMG Beverly Noe was arrested on three murder complaints in Creek County Friday morning.
Wendy Camp, her sister-in-law, Lisa Kregear, and Camp's 6-year-old daughter, Cynthia Britto, disappeared in May of 1992.
They had traveled to Shamrock to visit Wendy's son, who lived with her ex-husband Chad Noe because of a bitter custody dispute.
Noe's mother, Beverly, told investigators she was bringing the three back home to Chandler but dropped the three off at a Wal-Mart in that town after an argument.
The three never made it home, but because their bodies could not be found, investigators were at a dead end.
Early in April of last year, a tipster led them to the remains, buried eight feet under the surface on property reportedly belonging to a man named Grover Prewitt.
Prewitt was arrested on a count of accessory to murder, and in January the Medical Examiner positively identified the remains as Camp, Kregear, and Britto.
That was all the public knew, but behind the scenes, investigators continued to uncover evidence that Beverly Noe and her mother, Ida Prewitt, murdered the two women and the little girl.
Ida Prewitt died several years ago; Grover Prewitt posted bond and was released last August.
Beverly Noe is being held without bond.