Beverly Carter Three Days to Live: Beverly Carter’s visit to a remote farm in Scott, Arkansas, in 2014 was meant to be her last for the day. She had no idea, however, that it would be her last.
Beverly was the victim of a botched kidnapping that resulted in her death, according to Investigation Discovery’s ‘Web of Lies: Final Sale.’
So, if you’re curious about how the authorities discovered the conspiracy, you’re in luck.
What Caused Beverly Carter’s Death?
In December 1963, Beverly Lownes Carter was born at McClellan Air Force Base in Alabama. Carl Carter Sr., the 50-year-husband, old’s and the couple had three children together, one of whom died.
Beverly was a devoted grandmother who enjoyed travelling & enjoying time with her family. She was one of Crye-Leike Real Estate’s top realtors at the time.
Beverly had a married couple come to see one of her properties in Scott at 6 p.m. on September 25, 2014. Carl Sr. last heard from his wife around 5:30 p.m., when she said she was headed there.
Carl Sr., on the other hand, became concerned when Beverly did not arrive home by dinnertime.
He arrived on the property and discovered her car, which contained her purse. The house door was open, but Beverly was nowhere to be found, triggering a call to the officials.
The police sought to figure out what happened to the famous agent as volunteers searched the nearby locations.
A few days later, they were led to a concrete company in Cabot, Arkansas, thanks to new information.
Beverly’s body was discovered in a shallow burial. Her mouth and nose were covered in many layers of green duct tape, and her hands were bound. She died of asphyxia.
Who Was Beverly Carter’s Killer?
Beverly’s phone records were used by the investigators to identify the couple that came to the viewing. Calls and texts were soon traced back to Arron Lewis, a Jacksonville, Arkansas native.
The cops tracked him down and pursued him until they discovered Beverly’s telephone in his custody.
Soon later, Arron was arrested, and his vast criminal history was revealed. He had previously served time in jail for theft of goods and was on parole till 2017.
The authorities then apprehended Arron’s wife, Crystal Lowery, whom they suspected of being complicit in the kidnapping and murder.
Arron confessed to kidnapping Beverly during questioning, but he didn’t say where she was taken. On his phone, he discovered a 12-second clip that he thought was Beverly’s voice.
It was meant for her husband, Carl Sr., but he didn’t hear it until after she was gone. While the evidence against Arron seemed to mount, the authorities made major progress when Crystal volunteered to cooperate and testify against him.
The kidnapping was Arron’s idea, Crystal said, and she accepted because they were both short of cash.
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They chose Beverly because the job required her to be alone, and they assumed she was wealthy. The plotting began two weeks prior. The first plan was to hold Beverly in an office at the concrete company; Arron had previously worked there and was familiar with the location.
However, when the couple arrived with Beverly inside their car’s trunk, they discovered the plant had made alterations that didn’t match their plan.
Arron and Crystal travelled to their Jacksonville house, where Beverly was placed in the bathtub because they had nowhere else to go.
Arron drove back to Beverly’s car to retrieve her wallet, and Crystal kept watch with a gun, but he arrived empty-handed because authorities had arrived by then.
They planned to kill Beverly because she had seen Arron’s face and probably Crystal’s name on the prescription medication in the toilet, and they suspected she had seen Arron’s face and possibly Crystal’s name on the prescription drug.
Arron confessed to strangling Beverly out, according to Crystal, who claimed she did not engage in the murder.
The two then drove down to the house in Cabot, where they purchased a shovel & topsoil at a local Walmart.
They said Crystal held the spotlight in place while Aron dug Beverly’s shallow grave and then covered it with dirt. They thought Arron had duct-taped Beverly’s face many times.
What happened to Arron Lewis And Where Is He?
Beverly went with the pair knowingly for sexual intercourse, and she died inadvertently during a relationship with Crystal, according to Arron’s defence at his trial in January 2016.
Arron also claimed he was having an affair with Beverly and, therefore, that he confessed to the kidnapping in order to protect Crystal. Arron, then 35 years old, was convicted guilty of kidnapping and premeditated murder by a jury.
Crystal pleaded guilty to first-degree murder and kidnapping in July 2015 and was sentenced to 30 years in prison.
Arron Lewis was given a life sentence with no possibility of release. Arron is still being held at the Interstate Compacts in Arkansas according to prison records.