Trevor Summers was guilty of kidnapping and trying to kill his wife Alisa. Court records described accusations that for two days in March 2017, Summers held captive his wife, Alisa Summers, tied her to a bed with rope and Christmas lights, and once held a pillow to her face until she briefly lost consciousness. He later took her with him as he drove in an SUV around rural southwest Florida and looked for a marina where he hoped to charter a boat to take them to sea, the records state. It happened after Alisa had sought a divorce from her then-husband, with whom she had five children. She had twice sought a protective order against him, once after she accused him of holding her at knifepoint. At the time of the crimes, Trevor Summers was awaiting sentencing for his role in a federal investment fraud scheme in Philadelphia. He still awaits sentencing in that case.