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    June 14: 2007: Jessie Marie Davis, 26, and 9 months pregnant with a girl (Chloe) was murdered by her boyfriend, Bobbie Cutts. He was sentenced to 57 years to life in prison.

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Update: Jessie Marie Davis murder *Bobby Cutts Jr. convicted, sentenced to 57 years to life in prison, not eligible for parole until he is 87 years old*

Jessie Marie Davis

News Archive: Jessie Marie Davis murder
Cutts guilty of aggravated murder, could get death penalty
Ex-cop guilty in murders of girlfriend, unborn baby
Bobby Cutts Jr. Found Guilty of Killing Pregnant Girlfriend and Fetus, Mistrial Request Denied
Killer ex-cop gets 57 to life after jury spares him
Jessie Davis’ Mom Says She Forgives Bobby Cutts Jr. for Killing Daughter After Life Sentence Recommended
Jury Spares Ex-Cop Who Killed Pregnant Girlfriend
Ex-Cop Spared Death in Pregnant Killing
Cutts spared death
Life for Bobby Cutts Jr., Jury Explains Sentence
Jury foreman: Ex-officer’s testimony in murder trial hurt case
Murderpedia: Bobby Lee Cutts Jr.
Wikipedia: Murder of Jessie Davis
Myisha Ferrell leaves prison early; had helped hide body of Jessie Davis

Bobby Cutts – convicted, sentenced to 57 years to life in prison
Myisha Ferrell – pled guilty, sentenced to 2 years in prison; released in 2008

Myisha Ferrell


Number: A543004
DOB: 05/21/1977
Gender: Male
Race: Black
Admission Date: 02/28/2008
Institution: Marion Correctional Institution


9 Responses

  1. Love ya blog Bonnie girl but I loose ya with the who killed whom. Anyway Cutts buried his daughter alive. Cloe could have been saved, he just buried her alive, she died a slow nasty death. Parole?! he should have gotton’ death.

  2. Karen,

    I fully agree. And I did make a post in the discussion group on this very thing the day he was sentenced.

  3. As long as he never gets to enjoy another sunset on the beach, or a cold margarita at a bar, I’m happy.

  4. Who knows how long he will actually serve in jail. When they get old, they show sympathy for them (forget about the crime and victims) and let them out of jail on early release.

    And I was shocked that Jesse’s mother wants this scum bag to actually hold Blake. Why let that evil, self obsessed, peice of garbage enter Blake’s life? That is NOT doing Blake a favor. When Blake gets older will Cutts try to manipulate him into sending him money? Will he fill Blake’s head with a bunch of bull crap about Jessee. Will he tell Blake that this was his mother’s fault? And she deserved it?

    IMO it is a terrible idea to allow Blake to have a relationship with this self obsessed, good for nothing, womanizing, dirt bag.

    He should have been sentenced to death.

  5. Levi,
    I agree. I mean, after all, he did kill Jesse in front of Blake. Remember him telling the cops that “daddy rolled mommy in a blanket”.

  6. What Cutts did was so heinous, I don’t know how he can even live with himself. It just seems he’s only sorry that he got caught, not for the crime itself. I agree with Levi as I too am surprised the mother can be so forgiving. Making sure that he is out of Blake’s life would be a good idea. If later in life Blake wants something to do with his father, which I would doubt, that would be his decision. But why should Cutts be able to hold his child, when he took away Jessie’s ability to be here to hold her children? Just having read the Julie Jensen case and seeing where the kids are asking for thier father to have sooner parole after everything that’s gone on in that trial just makes it seem that especially at a young age, these children with murderer fathers can be easily manipulated in thier thinking so to be kept away for now is beneficial. Sorry I’m rambling, just thinking about those two cases got me riled up. No matter the sentence,, in the end you can’t bring the victims back and that is what I wish for the most, as unrealistic as I know I am being in wishing for that.

  7. I believe he should have received the death sentence, not only did he kill his ex-girlfriend in a fit of rage, he murdered the soon to be chlid she was carrying of his and left another of his very young children un-attended in the home with no apparent care as to what happened to this child either.
    Clearly there is no regard for human life other than his own.
    Very sad at this sentence, not sure how this jury was able to spare him……….

  8. Let’s see…15% of the population; over 50% in prison, hmmm. He had to pick on a helpless woman with child. He could have picked on me, but wait a minute, it always comes to me, oh yeah, I can fight back. He didn’t want his pretty face messed up. What a walking shred of human debris. I wish I was there. I would have saved the taxpayers a lot of time and money for about a buck and a half…legally! (defense of those in danger of great bodily harm, or death can be met with deadly force.) This scumbag gets to eat three times a day, t.v., books, showers, haircuts, visits from friends/family…this isn’t justice. The jury failed AGAIN!!

  9. this is one of the saddest murders

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