Bobby Cutts Jr., who could receive the death penalty if convicted of aggravated murder in the death of Jessie Davis and her unborn daughter, plans to waive the speedy trial requirement at a hearing Tuesday morning, according to Marc Warner, administrator of Stark County Common Pleas Court.
Myisha Ferrell, a high school classmate of Cutts, also plans to waive the speedy trial requirement. She faces charges of obstructing justice and complicity to abuse of a corpse. Prosecutors say she helped dispose of
Common Pleas Judge Charles E. Brown Jr. had set a trial date of Sept. 18. A new trial date will be set Tuesday.
A day after
Cutts, 30, also faces two counts of gross abuse of a corpse and one count each of aggravated burglary and endangering children.
Cutts is the boy’s father and