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Members of the Cutts family attended; Davis' son, Blake, however, did not as the "family felt the toddler had already been through enough." Approximately 750 people attended the service.
Her mother, Patricia Porter, said at the service that her daughter had been a committed God-fearing person after doing overseas missionary work but at some point "she took a wrong turn somewhere." Porter said her daughter realized in church a few weeks ago that she needed to reform her life.
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Bob Budgake, director of the Stark-Summit County crime lab indicated that the lab was "working overtime and weekends to process evidence from the Jessie Davis case, two other recent murders and other investigations." A single-casket funeral was held June 30 at the House of the Lord, a regional megachurch, with subsequent interment at Greenlawn Memorial Park, both in the Akron area; the arrangements were handled by the Silva-Hostetler Funeral Home.
He openly wept during an exclusive interview with The Repository from his home." (an audio/video copy of this interview, posted on You Tube is available from the linked page in the preceding footnote) Bobby Cutts Jr.
is believed to have been active on a dating site during the time Davis was missing and allegedly logged in just days before his arrest on June 23.
He was married to another woman at the time, from whom he was separated.
According to Cutts, the couple had discussed a divorce.
In televised reports, Davis' mother reported that the 2-year old kept stating, "Mommy broke the table" and "Mommy's in the rug".