The Norman Transcript


May 4, 2013

Woman describes last moments with dead



“I said, ‘This is it. Get out,”’ Noe told the AP. She said Camp was being “hateful and snotty” but that she now regrets not taking them the rest of the way.

Prewitt was charged Thursday with being an accessory after the fact of first-degree murder, but no one has been charged in the killings. An agent with the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation filed an affidavit suggesting Prewitt sabotaged attempts to elicit incriminating statements from his sister. He was held at the Creek County jail, though intake clerks couldn’t be reached Friday to determine whether he had posted a bond or obtained a lawyer.

Agent Melissa Gann wrote that Prewitt suspected his sister and mother, Ida Prewitt, killed Camp, 23; Cynthia Britto, 6; and Lisa Kregear, 22.

“There ain’t no way he should have dragged me in,” Noe said Friday. “I think it’s to save his skin.”

Noe said that their mother did not mention the missing three as she lay dying of esophegal cancer.

Noe and her mother served a short prison term for arson and insurance fraud in 2006-07, court records show. Noe said she could have fought the allegations, but “I went for my stupid mother.” The arson charge was filed a year after a filing was made under Noe’s name in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Tulsa.

In the criminal count lodged against Prewitt, Creek County District Attorney Max Cook alleges he helped his mother and other family members avoid prosecution and punishment for three murders, but the closest that agents have come to implicating anyone in the females’ deaths is acknowledging in an affidavit they targeted Noe in a wiretapping effort that went awry.

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