12:30 p.m.: Jackenheimer family says they are relieved by the arrest.
12:05 p.m.: News conference ends with applause for the law enforcement officers.
12:04 p.m.: Sheriff says the community will be there to support Lynn's family as this next phase of the case begins.
12:03 p.m.: Elliott "We're following up on everything. But the imporant thing is you guys led to his capture. I've never seen a community come together like this ever."
12:02 p.m.: Elliott says a number of pieces came together today to lead to the arrest at the motel in Medina.
12 p.m.: Tips led agents across Ohio, Michigan, West Virginia.
11:54 a.m.: Marshal Elliott says anyone who may have helped Summerfield while he was on the run will face federal and state charges.
11:53 a.m.: Marshal Elliott says Summerfield offered no resistance. He has a full beard but otherwise has not changed his appearance. Summerfield was not armed at time of arrest.
11:51 a.m. : Summerfield in custody in Medina County. Will be extradited to North Carolina.
11:50 a.m.: Summerfield arrested at a Legacy Inn near Ashland. Had been there one day. Marshal Elliott says Summefield had been tracked nationwide. On August 8, his car was located in Michigan.
11:49 a.m.: U.S. Marshal Pete Elliott says the people of Ashland brought Nate Summerfield to justice.
11:47 a.m.: Sheriff says he's never seen a case have such an impact on a community.
11:46 a.m.: Sheriff says deputies have worked tirelessly since the case began in early July. Gives credit to all the law enforcement officers who have helped on the case.
11:45 a.m.: Ashland Sheriff says Summerfield captured at 9:30 a.m. this morning.
11:30 a.m. News conference moved back to 11:45 a.m.
Original Post: Authorities have scheduled a news conference for 11:45 a.m. today at the Ashland County Sheriff's Office to announce the capture of Nathan Summerfield.
Summerfield has been on the run for over a month. He is accused of killing estranged girlfriend Lynn Jackenheimer during a vacation in the Outer Banks in early July.
Channel 3 News has learned that U.S. Marshals captured Summerfield just 20 minutes from his Ashland home and not far from where he worked. It is not known if Summerfield traveled anywhere in between the time of Jackenheimer's murder and his arrest.
Police began searching for Jackenheimer after Summerfield returned home without her. He dropped off her two children and then disappeared.
Officers say statements Summerfield made to family members indicated Jackenheimer had been murdered.