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    Release Number: 17-103

    • For Immediate Release:
    • Public Information Office of Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office
    • March 13, 2017
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    Husband Is Charged With Kidnapping

    Witnesses observed the victim screaming for help and her hands appeared to be tied behind her back.
    • Saturday
    • March 11, 2017
    • Time: 12:00 AM
    • Hillsborough County

    Victim:

    Alisa Summers
    DOB: 4-23-79
    1412 Dew Bloom Road
    Valrico
    Vehicle: 2009 Dark Blue Saturn Outlook SUV

    Suspect:


    Trevor Summers
    DOB: 6-20-77
    11737 Newberry Grove Loop
    Riverview

    Charges:

    • Kidnapping
    • Grand Theft
    • Domestic Violence
    • Attempted Murder in the First Degree

    Details:

    On March 11, 2017 at approximately 9:05 pm, at the Walgreen's located at 5605 Fishhawk Crossing Boulevard witnesses observed the victim screaming for help and her hands appeared to be tied behind her back. The suspect grabbed the victim and forced her back into the Saturn and then fled the area. A witness was able to provide a description of the suspect as well as provide a tag number of the vehicle. Walgreen's outside surveillance cameras did not capture the incident.

    Detectives determined the vehicle belonged to the victim, Alisa Summers and the suspect description matched that of Trevor Summers. The couple have been married for 17 years and have 5 children ranging in ages 3 – 14. Initially the children told investigators that Alisa (their mother) had gone to visit their dad, Trevor and did not return. But as the investigation continued, detectives learned that Trevor had convinced the 14-year-old to leave a window open at Alisa's house. Sometime during the early morning hours, Trevor provided car keys and a vehicle for the 14-year-old to drive her and her siblings back to his residence while he stayed with their mother at the Dew Bloom address.

    It wasn't until the witness at Walgreen's notified law enforcement that the kidnapping was discovered.

    There had been an earlier incident with the couple that occurred on February 18, 2017, where Alisa had gone to Trevor's residence to talk about their separation and resolution of their marriage and custody of the children. They met, had dinner, watched television and spent time together. Later that night Alisa contacted the Sheriff's Office alleging that Trevor held her at knife point and was refusing to let her leave. She finally talked her way out of the residence and notified the Sheriff's Office. Based on conflicting statements by both Alisa and Trevor, no one was charged at the time, but the investigation was ongoing.

    On February 21, 2017, Alisa Summers filed for an injunction against Trevor based on the incident on February 18th. On February 22, 2017 Trevor obtained an injunction against Alisa citing the same incident with a different scenario.

    On March 13th at approximately 11:30 am a citizen spotted Alisa Summer's vehicle in the area of Shell point road parked near the water. The citizen called in the location and then followed the vehicle for approximately 1 mile where the car then pulled into the driveway at 3508 Shell point Road and parked under the house which is on stilts. Deputies responded to the residence and came in contact with Alisa and Trevor Summers. Alisa suffered some small cuts on her wrists and Trevor had a cut on his neck which was self inflicted. Trevor was transported to the hospital where he is being remote booked.

    Detectives have interviewed Alisa and according to her: She was kept at her residence against her will by Trevor starting on Saturday morning and then they left the house and went to Walgreen's for Trevor to pick up something and that is when she attempted to flee. Trevor then placed her back in the car and fled. She told investigators that they had been driving around and went to an area down in southern Hillsborough county where Trevor got rid of their phones and they slept in the SUV in a wooded area. Detectives interviewed Trevor and he admitted to the offense,

    The investigation continues and additional charges are pending.

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