UNIONTOWN, Ohio (AP) - Organizers say they are overwhelmed with the number of people who want to help in the search for a missing pregnant woman in Ohio.
Organizers had expected a couple of hundred people to turn out and help scour areas around the home of Jessie Davis, who is nine months pregnant. Instead, more than a thousand people showed up.
The search team will use a remote-control airplane and sonar to check ponds.
Davis' mother found the pregnant woman's home in disarray last week, with her two-year-old grandson wandering around alone. Authorities are now reviewing the missing woman's cell phone records.
Meanwhile, authorities said they won't know if there is any connection between Davis and newborn girl left on a porch 45 miles from her home until DNA test results are in next week.