Authorities have found the body of a Logan woman who disappeared last week.
Athens County Sheriff Patrick Kelly said the body of Summer Inman was discovered on Tuesday night in the septic system of a Nelsonville church, 10TV's Shayla Reaves reported.
Kelly said that investigators searched the area behind Faith Tabernacle Church, located on on U.S. Route 33, after receiving information from a member of the Inman family. The sheriff said officers had to unscrew a cover to the septic system in order to remove Inman's body.
Kelly did not elaborate on how the mother of three may have died. Logan police scheduled a
10 a.m. news conference to discuss the case further.
The body was taken to Montgomery County, where an autopsy would be performed.
Authorities had been searching for Inman since March 22, when police said she was abducted from an alley behind the Logan bank that she was cleaning.
Police allege that Inman's estranged husband, William A. Inman II, 26, and his parents, William A. Inman, 47, and Sandra Inman, 46, were responsible for her disappearance. They were arrested at their Jackson County home last week and were charged with kidnapping.
Summer and William A. Inman II were married in 2004 but the couple separated last year, 10TV News reported. Since then, she was granted a civil protection order and filed for divorce.
In the documents, Summer Inman claimed that her husband "threatened to kill" her if she ever "took the children from him." She also said her husband would take her car keys, wallet and cell phone to leave her "captive" in the couple's home.
She also spoke of her in-laws, saying that she knew they would "gang up on me and try to get me to just work things out."
A friend of Sandra Inman who asked not to be identified said she missed her daughter-in-law and was "very distraught" over the breakup of her son and Summer Inman. She said that if Sandra Inman had any role in the kidnapping, "she was forced."
Neighbors said Sandra and Summer Inman were rarely seen outside of the home, and when they were, they were both dressed entirely in black. A close friend said it became clear to her "that the men had taken over the women" in the family.
Those who knew them said William A. Inman considered himself a religious leader and conducted church services in an outbuilding at their home.
Neighbors said he would often go door-to-door, soliciting donations for what he called "Mercy Ranch," a plan to turn his home into a place for the wayward and homeless.
Earlier on Tuesday, investigators released new surveillance images that were taken at a car wash in Seven Hills, Ohio, south of Cleveland.
Police said that William Inman and his parents stopped at the Blu Sonic Car Wash at 7:30 a.m. the day after the kidnapping and were seen cleaning the interior of the car.
Investigators said William A. Inman was seen removing a police spotlight that was on the driver's side of the car and moving a temporary license plate from the front window to the rear bumper.
"It is apparent the Inmans are trying to significantly alter the appearance of the vehicle in case there were witnesses to any of their actions," the FBI said.
Investigators said that they have information that the Inmans may have stopped at two other car washes in the McConnelsville area after leaving Logan.
Neighbors and former friends said the Inman family was one that was ruled by William Inman, calling him "hyper," "controlling" and "scary," 10TV's Glenn McEntyre reported.
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