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Mother of kidnapped Valrico woman says daughter has been found alive, estranged husband in hospital

Posted at 8:25 AM, Mar 12, 2017
 
A Valrico woman kidnapped by her estranged husband has been found alive.
 
The Hillsborough County Sheriff said Alisa Summers, 37, was found Monday morning in an area of Ruskin. 
 
Sheriff David Gee said a person spotted Alisa’s dark blue Saturn Outlook and called police.
 
Alisa ran from the car as soon as she realized police were converging on the car, Gee said.
 
Investigators believe Summers was taken against her will on Saturday by Trevor Summers.
 
During a news conference, Gee said Trevor was able to convince the couple's 14 year old daughter into leaving a window open, so he could talk to Alisa.
 
What happened next is unclear, but the sheriff said at some point the teen took the couple's four other children out of the house and drove Trevor's car to his current residence.
 
Alisa has a cut wound on her hand and is currently in the hospital.  
 
Trevor suffered a self-inflicted knife wound to the throat, according to Gee.
 
On Saturday, a witness saw man force a woman into a dark colored SUV outside of a Walgreens at 5605 Fishhawk Crossing Blvd. shortly after 9 p.m.  The woman was screaming for help, a Hillsborough County Sheriff's Office report said.
 
The witness said it appeared the woman's hands were tied behind her back.
 
Alisa Summers and her husband both have injunctions against each other. They are currently separated.
 
Trevor Summers was arrested and booked into Orient Road Jail. He is charged with kidnapping, grand theft, domestic violence and attempted murder in the first degree.