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STARK COUNTY, Ohio - The Stark County Sheriff's Office says they've recovered the body of a missing pregnant woman. 26-year-old Jessie Davis was recovered in Ohio Saturday.
Her boyfriend, a local police officer, has been arrested and charged with two counts of murder, which include the murder of the unborn child. He is expected to make a first appearance in court on Monday.
Davis was reported missing one week ago after her mother found her daughter's bedroom in disarray and her two-year-old son home alone.
About a 1000 volunteers turned out Sunday in Ohio to look for the missing pregnant woman. Davis was reported missing one week ago after her mother found her daughter's bedroom in disarray and her two-year-old son home alone.
Teams had been searching areas around the home of the man who fathered Jessie Davis' two-year-old and her unborn child. The father was not initially called a suspect but investigators did search his home.
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