VALRICO, Fla. – You could hear both the anxiety and relief in the voice of Alisa Summers’ mother Monday night as she describe the emotions of her daughter.
“She is still filled with adrenaline. She has not settled down. I’m afraid it is going to take a long time. We are just so relieved she is okay,” Donna Waryga told News Channel 8.
The mother of five has gone through quite an ordeal after she survived a terrifying kidnapping. She is now safe in the arms of the family she loves and thankful to be alive.
But, she told her mother that her estranged husband tried to kill her three times during her kidnapping that lasted more than 48 hours over the weekend.
It appears that this mom who has endured so much will finally be home soon.
Alisa Summers has lived through a nightmare. A nationwide search was launched after she went missing on Saturday at a local Walgreens after screaming for help. Her hands were tied behind her back, and she was being forced into her car.
It was a far cry from what neighbors saw a few days prior.
Those who live nearby said they saw the husband and wife just last week in the driveway of Alisa’s Valrico home. The husband and wife appeared to be working on their tumultuous marriage.
Alisa was found Monday morning in Ruskin when an eyewitness saw her in the backseat of the same car in which she went missing.
When she saw law enforcement officers, she jumped out and ran to them. Her divorce attorney said that she has feared for her life during her marriage and is terrified of Trevor Summers.
Moments after Alisa was found, deputies arrested her husband – noting that the convicted conman, facing jail time, had a self-inflicted knife wound across his throat. He is currently hospitalized.
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