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."