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OSBI: New arrest made in 1992 triple homicide case

An arrest is made following the disappearance of three people 22 years ago.

In 1991 Wendy Camp, her six-year-old daughter Cynthia Britto and Lisa Kregear were reported missing.

Police have now arrested 67-year-old Beverly Noe.

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Noe who was said to be the last person to see the victims before their disappearance, but always maintained her innocence.

“They say I’m the last to see them, but I honest to God dropped ‘em off. That’s why i’m not guilty of anything,” said Beverly Noe in 2013.

Noe claims she dropped off the three victims at a Wal-Mart parking lot in Chandler.

UPDATE: Four suspects arrested for breaking in Norman home, killing man

UPDATE: Police have arrested four suspects after the violent home invasion that occurred Thursday night.

Isaiah Walker, Rusty Wooten, Jason Harris, and Michael Tubby allegedly went to a Norman man’s home and shot him in the back Thursday night.

Officials said three cars showed up at Justin Barnard’s home, suspects kicked in the door and shot him.

He died hours later at the hospital.

Police said the shooting may have spawned from an alleged fight between Barnard and his girlfriend.

Officers said the girlfriend’s family members may be the suspects who shot Barnard because he allegedly beat the woman.

NORMAN, Okla. – One man is in critical condition after a violent home invasion suspect shot him in the back.

Police said they are searching for suspects after the attack just before 9 p.m. Thursday night.

Attorney arrested for allegedly having sex with underage girls, taping it in hotel room

OKLAHOMA CITY – An Oklahoma City attorney is arrested after police say he  allegedly had sex with several teenage girls.

Investigators say the suspect and under aged girls were engaging in sexual acts while a video camera was recording their every move.

Police were first alerted to the alleged crime by the boyfriend of the one the 17-year-old victims.

When officers arrived at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, they say they caught 61-year-old Joseph Heselton red-handed.

Capt. Dexter Nelson, with the Oklahoma City Police Department, said, “Mr. Hesleton had a 17-year-old female in the room with him and he was videotaping different sex acts performed on him with toys in the room.”

In addition to the 17-year-old found naked inside the hotel, police found another alleged teenage victim outside.

Nelson said, “There was another 17-year-old in the parking lot, who admitted having sex with Hestleton the same night.”

One suspect in custody, one on the run after high-speed chase ends near casino

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Looting is one step closer to being felony in Oklahoma

OKLAHOMA CITY – Looting is one step closer to becoming a felony in Oklahoma.

A new bill would elevate the crime from a misdemeanor to a felony with punishments ranging from two to seven years in prison.

Senator Anthony Sykes said he wrote the bill in response to the looting reports after the May 20 tornado in Moore.

The senate approved the bill Tuesday 36-1 and it now heads to the house for consideration.

Officers searching for thieves who stole bulletproof vests, rifles from three separate police cars

NORMAN, Okla. – Officers are often tasked with investigating car burglaries but now authorities say they are the victims.

Last Wednesday, someone broke into three marked law enforcement vehicles in southeast Norman.

Authorities say the thieves broke into a Cleveland County Sheriff’s car and two patrol cars from the Norman Police Department.

Capt. Tom Easley, with the Norman Police Department, say the thieves stole a Cleveland County Sheriff’s Department jacket, a Kevlar helmet, a black tactical vest and two AR-15 assault rifles with attached accessories.

The rifles both have the Norman Police Department patch engraved on the lower receivers.

If you have any information on the crime, call Norman CrimeStoppers at (405) 366-7867.

GRAPHIC: Raw video of arrest released after man dies in Moore police custody

MOORE, Okla. – After weeks of accusations, the public is now getting the chance to see a video that was taken the night a local man died in police custody.

Nair Rodriguez, Luis Rodriguez’s wife, said from the beginning her husband was beaten by police.

On Tuesday, her attorney’s office released the video, allowing everyone to decide for themselves what happened to him.

In the video, Nair Rodriguez is heard calling for her husband to tell her if he’s okay.

However, he did not answer.

It was just one of the scenes that unfolded in the video.

After about a minute, an officer approaches her to discuss what happened.

Kyle Eastridge is a former homicide investigator and is now working as a private investigator.

As he watched the video, Eastridge said, “Those guys are out of breath.”

As the video continues, Eastridge notes that Rodriguez does not seem to be responsive.