Updated: Friday, 17 Aug 2012, 11:30 AM EDT
Published : Thursday, 16 Aug 2012, 1:19 PM EDT
MEDINA, Ohio (WAVY) - Nate Summerfield, the man accused of murdering his ex-girlfriend in the Outer Banks, waived extradition Friday morning and will be transported to North Carolina.
Dressed in a red jumpsuit with a full beard inside a Medina County courtroom, Summerfield chose to waive extradition. He and his attorney then signed the form provided by the court.
Court officials released the search warrant executed following Summerfield's arrest in Medina, Ohio Wednesday.
Judge Christopher J. Collier in Medina County signed the warrant, commanding law enforcement officials to enter the booking/property room at the Medina County Jail and seize the following from Summerfield:
Summerfield was arrested Wednesday at a motel in Medina after more than a month on the lam. He was wanted in connection to the strangulation and stabbing death of his ex-girlfriend, Lynn Jackenheimer in Dare County, N.C.
Jackenheimer was reported missing on July 4. Her body was discovered in a brush 10 days later in Frisco, N.C.
The following items were seized from Summerfield when the search warrant was executed:
It is unknown what the receipt is for at this time.
Summerfield will be transported directly to Dare County.
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