March 22, 2011: Witnesses report the apparent kidnapping of a woman from behind a Logan bank. The woman was identified as Summer Inman.
March 23, 2011: Police say Summer Inman was forced into a car while in an alley behind a bank where she was working. She had been inside the bank cleaning.
March 24, 2011: Police announce that Summer Inman was going through a divorce. They say they want to talk to her estranged husband, William A. Inman II, but stop short of calling him a suspect.
March 24, 2011: Three people are arrested in connection with the kidnapping of Summer Inman: her estranged husband, William A. Inman II, 26, and his parents, Sandra Inman, 46, and William A. Inman, 47.
March 25, 2011: The FBI releases surveillance images of Summer Inman working inside the bank on the night she was kidnapped. They say they hope someone will recognize her or the clothing she was wearing.
March 26, 2011: Police ask people in Hocking County to check their property, especially near roadways, for clothing or clues to the whereabouts of Summer Inman, and say there is a chance that she was "seriously injured or killed."
March 27, 2011: The FBI says several law enforcement agencies used K9s to search Hocking County and three surrounding counties, but find no clues to Summer Inman's whereabouts.
March 28, 2011: The FBI says the Inmans traded the tires on their car at a scrapyard outside of Cleveland.
March 28, 2011: Family and friends gather hold a vigil at Worthington Park in Logan to pray for Summer Inman's safe return.
March 29, 2011: Neighbors and former friends say William A. Inman was controlling and considered himself a religious leader, who conducted church services in an outbuilding on his property.
March 29, 2011: The FBI releases surveillance images from a car wash outside of Cleveland. They say it appears the Inmans were cleaning their car and attempting to alter its appearance.
March 29, 2011: The body of Summer Inman is found in a septic tank on the property of an Athens County church.
March 30, 2011: Police say Sandra Inman led them to the location of the body of Summer Inman.
March 30, 2011: King Kelly, pastor of the church where Summer Inman's body was found, said William A. Inman used to attend church there and was familiar with the church grounds.
May 23, 2011: William Inman II and his father, (left) William A. Inman (right) are both indicted on charges of aggravated murder, murder, kidnapping, tampering with evidence and gross abuse of a corpse. Sandra Inman (center) faces charges of kidnapping.
WBNS-TV’s on-line public inspection file can be found on the FCC website at 10tv.com/fcc. Individuals with disabilities may contact Becky Richey at firstname.lastname@example.org or 614.460.3785 for assistance with access to the WBNS-TV public inspection files.