SAPULPA, Okla. - A suspect in a decades-old triple homicide was remanded into custody Monday during a preliminary hearing.
Beverly Noe was arrested in March of this year for the 1992 murders of Wendy Camp, 23, Cynthia Britto, 6 and Lisa Kregear, 22. The three were missing since May 29, 1992 after visiting Camp's son at her ex-husband's house. Noe was Camp's former mother-in-law.
Noe told investigators she left the three at a Chandler Walmart but they were never seen again.
The victim's remains were found just last year after Noe's brother, Grover Prewitt Jr., told the Creek County district attorney they were buried on property owned by Prewitt and Noe's mother. The state medical examiner later identified the remains as belonging to Camp, Britto and Kregear and said the three were each a victim of homicide.
Prewitt told investigators he dug the hole for a septic tank but his mother, Ida Prewitt, asked him to fill it in and sprinkle the ground with pepper to cover odors.
Prewitt was charged as an accessory to first-degree murder while Noe was later arrested and charged with first-degree murder after making "several revealing statements including information about the gun she used in the homicides."
On Monday, a judge ruled there was enough evidence for Noe to stand trial for all three murders. Her district court arraignment is scheduled for July 30 at 1:30 p.m.