Cutts' Stepmother Says Charges Hard To Accept

CANTON, Ohio (AP) - The stepmother of Bobby Cutts Junior says it's hard to see him accused of killing girlfriend Jessie Davis and her unborn child.

Barbara Cutts says her stepson isn't a bad person, calling him a generous man who's good with kids.

Cutts is charged with two counts of murder. A judge in Canton yesterday ordered him held on five (m) million dollars' bond.

Davis was missing for about a week before her body was found in a northeast Ohio park on Saturday, still carrying the baby girl she was due to deliver July Third.

She leaves behind two-year-old Blake, the son she had with Cutts. Davis' mother says family members have told Blake his mother is in heaven, and he has an old cell phone he uses to call and talk to her.