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    OK - Wendy Camp, Cynthia Britto, & Lisa Renee Kregear, Chandler, 29 May 1992

    i was watching and older unsloved mysteries today at my grandmas and they had this story on this women her sister in law and step doughter, she had ms and was from oklahoma she had a son from a previus marrige that didnt last long she got pregnant from a co worker had the babyt then developed a bad case of ms her husband left her got custdey of the child, she got better remairried, anyways she was on a visit to see him she couldnt drive and her husband was like call me when u get there or it might have been on the way and when u get their, her sons fathers mother and his sister were picking them up the ex wife, her sister in law and the neice i think it was or her step doughter to visit the son they got their visited then on the way home back to ok city, the ex wife was fighting with her ex sister in law about geting her son back and ex sister was like hes better off with me and his father more stablity anyways the fight got so bad the mother asked to be droped off home then it was just the ex sister in law ex wife her sister in law and the neice or doughter still fighitng so then she drops them off at a shoping center becuse shes had enugh of the bikering they never came home she claims she droped them off but she was suposed to meet her brother and her niefew at some dinner or something at like 7 it was 3 hrs to ok city from where she was to and back becuse she took the long way, does anyone remeber that and if they were found?
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    found something on them from the doenetwork was in the yahoo chat for doenetwork and the owner of doenetwork,org found the case for me they dont have pictures of the other 2 women so their cases are not listed but they have one for the step doughter so sad i did a search on google and found nothing else on them foul play is suspected


    Cynthia M. Britto
    Case File 623DFOK
    Missing since May 29, 1992 from Chandler, Lincoln County, Oklahoma.
    Classification: Non-Family Abduction



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    Vital Statistics

    Date Of Birth: January 17, 1986
    Age at Time of Disappearance: 6 years old
    Height and Weight at Time of Disappearance: 3'0" - 91 cm, 60 lbs - 27 kg
    Distinguishing Characteristics: Caucasian. Brown eyes; brown hair.
    Clothing: Britto was last seen wearing a pink sweater, a blue and black striped shirt and tennis shoes.


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    Circumstances of Disappearance
    Britto was last seen being dropped off at Walmart in Chandler with her mother; Wendy Camp and her aunt; Lisa Kregear who are also missing. They were dropped off by Wendy's former mother-in- law. They disappeared after visiting Wendy's son, with whom she had just received visitation rights, in Shamrock, Oklahoma. Campís husband said Wendy called him during the afternoon of May 29, 1992. Camp said she was calling from a pay phone in Shamrock, and was on her way home. None of the three has been seen or heard from since. Foul play is suspected.
    Wendy has Multiple Sclerosis it is necessary for her to take medication daily and she did not have her medication with her. She was wearing a bright red jogging suit. Foul play is suspected.



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    I remember that story too. I saw it on Unsolved Mysteries recently too. Curious Smile22, can you PM me your name on doenetwork? I'm a member too. (Carey)


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    lately ive been really intrested in this case and there is virtualy nothing on the web about it does anyone know on how i can get some more info id like to put up a webpage with info pertaning to these women and maybe someone somewhere will know the answers


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    On Friday, May 29, 1992, 22-year-old Wendy Camp, her daughter 6-year-old Cynthia Britto, and Campís sister-in-law, 23-year-old Lisa Kregear disappeared after visiting Campís son in Shamrock, Oklahoma. Campís husband said Wendy called him during the afternoon of May 29, 1992. Camp said she was calling from a pay phone in Shamrock, and was on her way home. None of the three has been seen or heard from since. The Oklahoma City Police Department requested OSBI assistance.

    I was involved in a professional capacity with Wendy and her daughter Cynthia prior to their disappearance. Wendy had been in a custody battle with her ex-husband who had basically taken and not returned their child at birth claiming that her MS made her incapable of giving good care to him. He (the ex)and his mother had gone to great lengths to block visitation and access to the child.

    Through the courts, after a protracted struggle, she was finally awarded visitation and went to see her son and took her sister -in-law with her(for protection) and her daugher Cynthia. Prior to going, she expressed concerns for her safety and was warned to be very careful as these people had a history of violent acting out.

    When she did not return, I was contacted by her husband. Given what I knew about Wendy's concerns and her ex's threats, I contacted law enforcement officials and during a very long weekend they ignored Wendy's family and my plea to look into the situation closely. I felt that we were basically stone walled. They insisted that she probably just wandered off and no one would follow up. Atr the time I thought that if these people were the relatives of the Gaylords (big newpaper family) or anyone with power and name recognition,,,,that the officers would be out looking for them and spraying Luminal all over the cars and homes of the ex mother in law and ex husband.

    After some time, I was contacted by the OSBI. Their supposition, and what I know in my heart to be true, is that the ex-husband was involved in their disappearance and that the bodies were buried somewhere south of Tulsa never to be found. Without bodies, they could not assume murder. The OSBI was unable to receive any cooperation from local law enforcement it seems because the ex's mother-in-law had embarassing information on local officials that precluded their cooperation with OSBI. If you remember, the mother-in-law is the one who claims to have dropped the three off at their parked car and therefore was the last person to see them. The car was found in that parking lot and the story spread that she had hooked up with some truck driver. This is not true at all . This was just not something Wendy would do.

    Wendy's parents continued her fight and eventually were awarded custody of her son. He must be in his early 20's by now.

    I keep a photo of Cynthia to this day. It sits in my desk and I think of what a sweet child she was and about how easy it is to just disappear of the face of the earth. This case left two other small children mother less as well. I know Wendy's parents must continue to miss her terribly.



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    Frogpjs,
    Thank you so much for sharing your story! It is so nice to have the insights of someone closer to the situation. What a waste of a beautiful little family. You are probably right, if they had been famous or prominent or even just wealthy, they would have probably gotten better attention.

    Thanks again.


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    its just one of the few cases that haunt me i remeber watching on tv the story on unsolved and the ex i think grandma of her son the fathers mother deying the whole thing saying they wouldnt lie and such. well she really didnt know her own family i just hope they find the bodys so the famlys can be at some peace


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    Help Requested by New member...

    A new member has asked that we look into this case. I will post an entry for each of the three missing persons involved. Please pardon any duplications.


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    Wendy L Camp 23, Missing since May 29, 1992 from Chandler, OK

    Wendy L Camp
    Missing since May 29, 1992 from Chandler, Lincoln County, Oklahoma
    Classification: Endangered Missing

    Vital Statistics
    Date Of Birth: March 1, 1969
    Age at Time of Disappearance: 23 years old
    Height and Weight at Time of Disappearance: 5'3"; 200 lbs.
    Distinguishing Characteristics: White female. Brown hair; blue eyes.
    Medical Conditions: Wendy has Multiple Sclerosis. It is necessary for her to take medication daily and she did not have her medication with her.
    Clothing: She was wearing a bright red jogging suit.

    Circumstances of Disappearance
    Camp was last seen being dropped off at Walmart in Chandler with her with her daughter, Cynthia Britto, and Lisa Kregear, who are also missing. They were dropped off by Wendy's former mother-in- law. They disappeared after visiting Wendy's son, with whom she had just received visitation rights, in Shamrock, Oklahoma. Campís husband said Wendy called him during the afternoon of May 29, 1992. Camp said she was calling from a pay phone in Shamrock, and was on her way home. None of the three has been seen or heard from since. Foul play is suspected.

    Investigators
    If you have any information concerning this case, please contact: Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigations 405-848-6724

    NCIC Number: M-592484086
    Please refer to this number when contacting any agency with information regarding this case.

    Source Information:
    Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigations
    The Doe Network: Case File 1745DFOK

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    Cynthia M. Britto 6, Missing since May 29, 1992 from Chandler, OK

    Cynthia M. Britto
    Missing since May 29, 1992 from Chandler, Lincoln County, Oklahoma.
    Classification: Non-Family Abduction

    Vital Statistics
    Date Of Birth: January 17, 1986
    Age at Time of Disappearance: 6 years old
    Height and Weight at Time of Disappearance: 3'0" - 91 cm; 60 lbs - 27 kg
    Distinguishing Characteristics: White female. Brown eyes; brown hair.
    Clothing: Britto was last seen wearing a pink sweater, a blue and black striped shirt and tennis shoes.

    Circumstances of Disappearance
    Britto was last seen being dropped off at Walmart in Chandler with her mother; Wendy Camp and her aunt; Lisa Kregear who are also missing. They were dropped off by Wendy's former mother-in- law. They disappeared after visiting Wendy's son, with whom she had just received visitation rights, in Shamrock, Oklahoma. Campís husband said Wendy called him during the afternoon of May 29, 1992. Camp said she was calling from a pay phone in Shamrock, and was on her way home. None of the three has been seen or heard from since. Foul play is suspected.
    Wendy has Multiple Sclerosis. It is necessary for her to take medication daily and she did not have her medication with her. She was wearing a bright red jogging suit. Foul play is suspected.

    Investigators
    If you have any information concerning this case, please contact: Oklahoma Bureau of Investigation
    405-848-6724

    NCIC Number: M-592484494
    Please refer to this number when contacting any agency with information regarding this case.

    Source Information:
    National Center for Missing and Exploited Children
    The Doe Network: Case File 623DFOK

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    Lisa R. Kregear 24, Missing since May 29, 1992 from Chandler, OK

    Lisa R. Kregear
    Missing since May 29, 1992 from Chandler, Lincoln County, Oklahoma
    Classification: Endangered Missing

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    Date Of Birth: October 18, 1968
    Age at Time of Disappearance: 24 years old
    Height and Weight at Time of Disappearance: 5'4"; 130 lbs.
    Distinguishing Characteristics: White female. Brown hair; brown eyes.

    Circumstances of Disappearance
    Lisa Kregear was las seen with Wendy Camp, who is also missing, and Camp's daughter, Cynthia Britto, being dropped off at Walmart in Chandler. They were dropped off by Wendy's former mother-in- law.
    They disappeared after visiting Wendy's son, with whom she had just received visitation rights, in Shamrock, Oklahoma. Camp's husband said Wendy called him during the afternoon of May 29, 1992. Camp said she was calling from a pay phone in Shamrock, and was on her way home. None of the three has been seen or heard from since. Foul play is suspected.

    Investigators
    If you have any information concerning this case, please contact: Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigations 405-848-6724
    NCIC Number: M-592483899
    Please refer to this number when contacting any agency with information regarding this case.

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    The Doe Network: Case File 1741DFOK

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    Can it be verified that these three were even seen at this Walmart? Or do we only have the ex mother in law's claim that she dropped them off there? I remember now seeing this case on Unsolved Mysteries.


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    Word of one...

    Quote Originally Posted by Susan Shock
    Can it be verified that these three were even seen at this Walmart? Or do we only have the ex mother in law's claim that she dropped them off there? I remember now seeing this case on Unsolved Mysteries.
    It would seem from all posts and available information, that it is simply the Mother-In-Law's word which places the three at the parked car.


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    My personal opinion is that they never left Shamrock. A family that will go to such lengths to block visitation and that has a history of violence will probably not stop at a court order. But that's just my opinion.


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    ........Saturday marked the one year anniversary of the mysterious disappearance of Britto, Camp, and Camp's sister-in-law, Lisa Renee Kregear,23, all of Northwest Oklahoma City.
    The three traveled to Shamrock on May 29, 1992, to visit Camp's son Jonathon Noe, now 5, at his fathers home. They never returned.Family members last heard from them about 5 p.m. that Friday before Memorial Day when they called to tell Camp's husband, Leon, that they were headed home.
    Beverly Noe, the boy's grandmother, picked the trio up in Oklahoma City that morning and drove them to Shamrock, said Kim Koch, spokeswoman for the Oklahoma Bureau of Investigation.
    On the return trip, Beverly Noe has told investigators, an argument ensued between her and Camp, her ex-daughter-in-law, Koch said. Noe has said she stopped at a Wal-Mart in Chandler and told the three to get out sometime between 5:30 and 6 p.m that day.
    Two possible sightings of the two women and child at the Wal-Mart have been reported to OSBI, but Koch said investigators have questions about the validity of the witness' statements.
    " We haven't been able to get good enough descriptions to determine if the witnesses actually saw them there, " Koch said.
    Camp and ex-husband Noe were embroiled in a custody dispute over the then 4-year-old at the time of the disappearance. Camp's mother and step-father, Ed Taylor said they have continued the court battle, seeking granparent visitation rights............


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