911 Call Released in Case of Missing Ohio Mom
An Ohio mom remains missing Thursday, but authorities have now named a person of interest in her alleged disappearance.
Lynn Jackenheimer's family says she disappeared after going on vacation with her on-again, off-again boyfriend and her two children in North Carolina's Outer Banks. New reports
suggest she was hesitant about taking the trip in the first place, however, as police announced her boyfriend, Nate Summerfield, is a person of interest in the investigation.
In a 911 call made by Summerfield's brother, he says Summerfield dropped the kids off at his home then fled.
"I want to report a possible murder," the brother said in the call. "My brother was in North Carolina with his ex-girlfriend, and he came back and said he strangled her, and he dropped his kid off and left."
Authorities have Summerfield's cellphone and are following his ATM transactions, but otherwise have little else to go on. Police in Ohio are currently in the process of getting search warrants for the boyfriend's home; Summerfield had previously been convicted of domestic violence against Jackenheimer.
North Carolina authorities are scouring their own beaches, but even the sheriff came out saying, "Some of these beaches are the perfect spot to dump something you don't want somebody to find."