Since Sunday, visitors to the Top O' the World part of the Hampton Hills Metro Park in Cuyahoga Falls have left stuffed animals, cards and more in a memorial honoring Jessie Marie Davis.

The bodies of Jessie Marie Davis, 26, and her unborn daughter, Chloe, were found by investigators at 3:30 p.m. Saturday in a shallow grave at the park. The Summit County Medical Examiner's Office performed an autopsy Sunday, confirming the body is Jessie Davis. The cause of death is listed as pending.

Davis' boyfriend, Bobby Cutts Jr., 30, a Canton police officer, was arrested Saturday. Cutts will be arraigned on two charges of murder at 3 p.m. Monday in Canton Municipal Court.

Metro Park Serving Summit County officials said the memorial began when the park reopened Sunday and has "steadily grown" since then. Hampton Hills is on the western border of Cuyahoga Falls with the Top O' the World entrance located at 1285 W. Bath Road before the intersection of Akron-Peninsula Road.

The memorial is located at the base of a large silver maple tree near the parking lot of the Metro Park.

"You won't be able to miss it," said Nate Eppink, spokesperson for the Metro Parks. "The memorial has steadily grown since Sunday with people leaving flowers, cards, Teddy bears."

A Metro Parks ranger also is stationed nearby to answer questions and make sure visitors stay on the trails.

Eppink said the park plans to maintain the memorial for "a while" and has not yet determined what to do with the items.

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