Here's a timeline of some of the events in the disappearance and murder of Lynn Jackenheimer, the Ashland mother of two who disappeared on vacation.
August 15: Capture of Nate Summerfield announced.
July 24: Suspect arrested in Coshocton following high-speed chase turns out not to be Summerfield.
July 23: Lynn Jackenheimer laid to rest in a funeral service attended by hundreds.
July 17: Tip that Summerfield spotted in Columbus turns out to be false.
July 17: Coroner determines Jackenheimer died of strangulation, stabbing.
July 16: Warrant issued for Nate Summerfield's arrest.
July 16: Body identified as missing Ashland mother, Lynn Jackenheimer.
July 14: Body found during search in vacant lot in Frisco, North Carolina.
July 12: Friends and family members travel to Outer Banks to help in search.
July 11: Search warrants released indicate police suspect Jackenheimer's has been strangled and buried.
July 9: Search begins for Jackenheimer in North Carolina.
July 8: Lynn Jackenheimer's estranged boyfriend returns from Outer Banks vacation with Lynn's two children but not her. He makes incriminating statements to police then disappears. Police label him a person of interest.