Events In the Death, Disappearance of Jessie Davis - Cleveland 19 News Cleveland, OH

Events In the Death, Disappearance of Jessie Davis

A timeline of key events in the death and disappearance of Jessie Davis:

June 13: Davis speaks to her mother, Patricia Porter, on the phone at 9:20 p.m., the last known contact with the Davis, who was 9 months pregnant.

June 14: Family members are unable to reach Davis by phone.

June 15: Porter goes to Davis' home to check on her at 8 a.m. and discovers her 2-year-old grandson, Blake, alone while Davis' bedroom in disarray. The boy tells investigators: "Mommy was crying. Mommy broke the table. Mommy's in rug."

June 16-17: Law enforcement and neighbors search the area near Davis' home for signs of her disappearance.

June 20: The FBI and sheriff's department search Canton Patrolman Bobby Cutts Jr.'s home for more than three hours, removing numerous boxes and bags of items.

June 21: Texas EquuSearch leads a three-day search for Davis involving more than 1,800 volunteers.

June 23: Authorities recover Davis' body in Cuyahoga Valley National Park about 25 miles from her home in neighboring Summit County. Cutts is arrested on two murder charges.

June 24: Summit County Medical Examiner Lisa Kohler makes a positive identification of the body as that of Davis with the fetus dead inside her womb. Authorities arrest Myisha Ferrell, a high-school classmate of Cutts, on an obstruction of justice charge.

June 25: Porter stands up and stares at Cutts and Ferrell as they make their initial court appearance. Cutts ordered to be held on $5 million bond.

June 30: About 750 people mourn Davis and her unborn child at her funeral service.

Aug. 1: Medical examiner says she was unable to determine how Davis was killed, listing her death as "unspecified homicidal violence."

Aug. 23: Grand jury indicts Cutts on three counts of aggravated murder and other charges. Prosecutors say they will seek the death penalty against him. Ferrell indicted on one count each of obstructing justice and complicity to abuse of a corpse.

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