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Tuesday, December 11, 2007

What it sounds like when their women are missing

An interview with Canton Ohio Police Officer Bobby Cutts whose girlfriend Jessie Davis was missing earlier this year - his opportunity to tell folk how hard it is on him. (Days after this interview he led investigators to the bodies of Jessie and their unborn full-term baby Chloe. He is sitting in jail awaiting trial.)

An interview with Lafayette Georgia Police Sgt. Sam Parker - said to have once bragged he could get rid of a body so that it couldn't be found - on how hard it is on him since his wife, Walker County 911 Dispatcher Theresa Parker went missing earlier this year. He has never been arrested or charged and Theresa still has not been found.

An interview with Bolingbrook Illinois Police Sgt. Drew Peterson on how hard it is on him to have a missing wife, Stacy, and to be eyed with suspicion in the death of his 3rd wife, Kathleen Savio. He also has not been arrested or charged. Where's Stacy?
For parts 2 & 3 of this interview, go here.

Illinois case mirrors Parker's
Saturday, December 08, 2007
By ChloƩ Morrison
...Dr. Elaine Weeks [Director of Criminal Justice Studies at the University Of Georgia] also said when an officer is involved in a crime, it complicates the case. "An officer is well-trained in the protocol of investigation," she said. "But sometimes I think those people tend to be overconfident, which could lead to them making a little slip"...

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