The following facts into the Jessie Davis case are provided by the Canton Repository.
Wednesday, June 13
6:24 p.m. Jessie M. Davis shops at Acme Market on N. Main Street in North Canton.
9:20 p.m. Patty Porter speaks by phone with Davis, her daughter, the last time anyone reports having contact with Davis.
6:30 p.m. Canton police officer Bobby Cutts Jr., on his regularly scheduled day off, plays a softball game with Mr. C, a Canton Recreation League team.
Around 8 p.m. Cutts says he spoke with Davis by phone.
9:30 p.m. Cutts goes to Champs on 30th Street NE in Canton. Owner John Shaheen says tapes show Cutts stayed until about 12:30 a.m.
Thursday, June 14
8:15 a.m. A co-worker sends Davis a text message. It isn't returned.
Friday, June 15
6:30 a.m. Porter calls Davis but gets no answer.
7 a.m. Davis doesn't drop Blake at Porter's house. Porter and a daughter go to Davis' Lake Township home. They find Blake alone. The bedroom is in disarray. Davis, her cell phone and a comforter are missing.
Sheriff's deputies begin investigation, questioning neighbors, Cutts and his estranged wife, Kelly.
They also search Cutts' house.
Saturday, June 16
Davis' family posts and distributes more than 1,200 fliers. Sheriff's K-9 unit searches area around Davis' duplex at 8686 Essex Ave. NE.
Sunday, June 17
Sixty family members, friends and concerned residents search for Davis or any evidence in the case.
Monday, June 18
7 p.m. Sheriff's deputies, FBI agents and state agents spend two hours at Cutts' home and search a vehicle.
7:45 p.m. Newborn baby girl found outside home near Wooster in Wayne County.
Tuesday, June 19
Cutts makes first public comments in interview with The Repository. Denies having anything to do with Davis' disappearance and says he last spoke to her around 8 p.m. June 13.
Davis' family contacts EquuSearch, a Texas-based search and rescue group.
Investigators say they have no suspects.
Wednesday, June 20
Newborn baby placed in temporary custody of Wayne County Department of Job and Family Services. DNA tests pending.
3:45 p.m. Armed with a warrant, investigators return to Cutts' house and resume searching.
Thursday, June 21
About 1,000 volunteer searchers, led by law enforcement teams and coordinated by EquuSearch, fan out across fields just east of the Akron-Canton Regional Airport. One team discovers a dirt mound that police cadaver dogs investigate further, but it turns out to be a cache of marijuana.
Friday, June 22
The mother of the child abandoned near Wooster comes forward, ruling out any connection to Davis.
900 volunteers search another 12 square miles without any clues.
Saturday, June 23
3:30 p.m. Body of Jessie M. Davis recovered in Summit County
Bobby Cutts Jr. arrested and charged with two counts of murder.