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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Breaking news on the search in North Canton, Ohio, for missing mom Jessie Davis reviewed; her mother's 911 call played; photos shown. [Mother Patricia PORTER- comments on what had happened in her daughter's house.] [Sister Whitney DAVIS- talks about her missing sister.]
(Canton, Ohio: Jim Acosta) The investigation of this baffling case reviewed; photos shown. [PORTER - says Jessie's son says "Mommy is in the rug."] [Canton public safety DIRECTOR - talks about Jessie's boyfriend police officer Bobby Cutts.] The relationship between Davis, Cutts and Cutts' estranged wife discussed.
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Earlier interviews held with Porter and Whitney Davis about their missing daughter/sister. [PORTER - describes the situation at Jessie's house; states she believes her daughter was taken.] [DAVIS - speculates about Jessie's disappearance.]
- Cooper, Anderson;
- Acosta, Jim
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