Retired agent Richard Denholm reviews the missing persons investigation of Jessie Davis, the 9 months-pregnant girlfriend of Canton, Ohio police officer Bobby Cutts Jr. Rich led the case as the supervisor of the Cleveland Division’s Canton Resident Agency. The disappearance became a national news story. The Starks County Sheriff’s Office invited the FBI to provide assistance with interviews of witnesses, and the polygraph examination of Cutts, after which he agreed to show the agents where Davis’s body was buried. Cutts was charged and convicted on seven counts involving the homicide of Davis and her unborn child. Rich also talks about the connection this tragic case had with the investigation of the murder of another 9-months pregnant woman, Laci Peterson. Rich served in the FBI for 22 years.

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