Prosecution Continues Its Case in Inman Trial
Updated: Tuesday, January 29 2013, 08:10 PM EST
CHILLICOTHE -- Jurors heard graphic testimony Tuesday, as prosecutors continued to make their case against a man accused of joining with family members to murder his daughter-in-law.
William Inman is charged with murder for his alleged role in the death of Summer Inman in Logan nearly two years ago. Inman's son, William Jr., and wife, Sandra, have already been convicted for their involvement in the crime.
Tuesday, police testified that Summer was abducted as she cleaned a bank after hours, then strangled with a zip-tie. Her body was later found in a septic tank.
Summer and William Jr. were in the midst of a bitter divorce when the young woman was killed.
Monday, William Sr.'s defense team told jurors their client's son bears most of the responsibility for the crime, admitting William Sr.'s involvement, but denying he committed the murder.
The prosecution is expected to rest its case on Thursday.
Reporter: Tom Bosco
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