Investigation Discovery’s ‘Blood Relatives: Wasted Away’ chronicles the tale of the violent murder of the 25-year-old mother of three, Summer InmanIn Logan, Ohio. SheHer parents reported her missing on her return from work. March2011. He was discovered in the septic tank at a church a week later. TheEpisode deftly covers how the police discovered the body and captured her killers. IfIf you want to know more about the case, the identity and current whereabouts the perpetrators, we have your back. So, let’s just begin then, shall we?
How Did Summer Inman Die?
BornOn December31, 1985 Logan, Summer Dawn Cook InmanWas the daughter of MichaelD. Debra S. Chambers Cook. Shemet William “Will” A. InmanII at a picnic Faith Tabernacle ChurchNear Nelsonville. Will’s father, William A. ‘Bill’ Inman, who helped build the church and also played guitar and piano. Sunday services. SoonAfter graduating from Logan High School, SummerThe 18-year-old married a 19-year-old Will2004 SheFound Will to be “nice, polite, and caring,” and his family seemed to be perfect to Summer. Unfortunately, SummerShe was soon to discover how wrong she was.
SummerLiving in FloridaWith WillAnd his parents. BillAnd Sandra K. InmanThey moved to until 2008, Hamden, Vinton County, Ohio. WillAnd BillWorked in construction SummerAnd SandraThey were homemakers and looked after the children and house. The couple had three young children — Alex, Kaley, Alanna. However, SummerSoon to be discovered Willher in-laws to be extremely controlling and eventually filed for divorce in June 2010.
InA sworn affidavit SummerAccording to her, her husband wanted 12 children and was even contemplating having a second spouse. HeHe allegedly downloaded images of young women from polygamy sites on his cellphone and threatened to kill her, according to reports.
After filing for divorce, SummerMoved in with her parents, began to date again, attended counseling twice weekly for domestic violence victims, then started working as an office cleaner. SheEven thought about enrolling in Hocking College’s culinary arts program. HenceIt was quite shocking to learn that she didn’t call or text her after work as she had done in the past. March22.11.2011, and her parents knew something was wrong. Michael called 911 and reported, “She’s (Summer) nowhere to be found. We found her coat and her iPod.”
ThePolice would later find Summer’s body in a septic tank behind the Faith Tabernacle ChurchIt was here that she met her husband for the first time. TheyBefore recovering the body, 6 screws had to be removed from the steel lid. TheThe church was located approximately 20 miles from the Century National BankShe was last seen alive at the place she worked as a Janitor. The body was “very much intact” and clothed in the same black T-shirt that she wore to work.
Who Killed Summer Inman?
Summer’s parents promptly named the InmanThe police quickly found evidence to support their claim and identified family members as their suspects. TheRelationship between Summer and her in-laws worsened with her being forced to exchange the children at the sheriff’s office in Loganor the police station at the time it was Will’s turn to have the children. The InmansThey allegedly made false claims about Summer’s boyfriend, Adam Peters, abused the children as they wanted full-time custody.
WitnessesAccording to reports, he witnessed two men force him. SummerOn a blonde woman’s car ride, she gets in the car. March22.11.2011, at 11:15 pm WillThe very next day, he was spotted taking his white. Ford Crown VictoriaA car wash is available at 7:30 am. You can also get new tires for your vehicle. TheThe suspect was arraigned by police InmanFamily and charged them with felony child abduction March 24, 2011.
The InmansAt first, he refused to cooperate with the police but he later agreed to. SandraThe victim confessed to the crime, and even led police to the exact location Summer’s body was dumped on March 29, 2011. She reportedly told a deputy sheriff, “ItThat was my idea. I thought I could talk to her.” The Inmans had kidnapped SummerAttach a plastic zip tie to her wrist. However, WillA homicide was allegedly committed SummerInadvertently strangled her with the Zip tie he had placed around her neck.
Where is William “Bill” Inman Today?
BillHe was charged with the murder SummerTogether with his wife and son. InInadequacy of impartial jury Hocking County, Bill’s trial was shifted to Ross County Common Pleas Court. On February 6, 2013, Hocking County Judge John WallaceSentence BillFollowing a recommendation by the jury, you will be sentenced to life imprisonment without the possibility of parole He will also serve another 14 years of consecutive sentences for other crimes related to his daughter-in-law’s murder, including 1 year for gross abuse of her body, 3 years for evidence tampering, and 10 years for kidnapping.
AfterHis sentencing was Bill told the court, “I regret my actions. I can’t undo what I’ve done. I’m sorry for the families that have lost. I’m sorry for my family and my grand family. I’m sorry.” WillHe was also sentenced for life without parole. Sandra was sentenced to 15 years to life. AsAccording to official records Bill isCurrently incarcerated at Pickaway Correctional Institution, Ohio.
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