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Life without parole for Inman

CHILLICOTHE, Ohio – The man convicted of killing his daughter-in-law will spend the rest of his life behind bars.

A judge sentenced Bill Inman yesterday to life in prison without parole for aggravated murder and other charges.

Inman was convicted of planning and helping execute the kidnapping, murder and dumping of Summer Inman (above) in 2011.

Summer Inman, then 25, was embroiled in a custody dispute with Inman’s, William, when she was abducted from an alley behind the Logan bank where she worked late at night.

She was strangled with a zip-tie and her body dumped in a church septic tank.

Inman’s wife and son are already spending life terms in prison for their roles in the crime.

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