SMYRNA, TN.– You first see him peering in through the front door of Smyrna, Tennessee’s VIP Nail Spa. The shop’s surveillance camera’s keep rolling as he walks in and points to a girl in the back of the shop. He claims to be her grandfather there to pick her up. But no one in the shop had ever seen this man including the girl he says he’s there for.
For us in the Ozarks, this booking photo should ring a bell.
It’s Bartt Streeter who 26 years ago said goodbye to both his mother Sherrill Levitt and his sister Suzie Streeter two of Springfield’s three missing women.
Smyrna police arrested Streeter after the nail salon scene. He was eventually charged with attempted false imprisonment, public intoxication, and disorderly conduct.
Police say he was placed on a $4,000 bail.
For Smyrna, it’s another arrest.
But what about the Ozarks?
Janice McCall, the mother of Stacy, said about Streeter’s arrest: “I hope the police are working on it.”
We turned to Springfield police to find out if they were but SPD refused to comment.
In the summer of 2017, on the 25th anniversary of the women’s disappearance, we spoke to Springfield police officers who told us the three missing women’s case is very much an active investigation and is not considered a cold case.