Ohio kidnapping victims return home
CLEVELAND - Amanda Berry, one of the three kidnap victims in Ohio, returned home to her sister's house Wednesday.
It is an emotional time for the community, as well as the police who have searched for Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight for a decade.
"I said some day Amanda will come home and someone is going to be there to give her a big hug,” said Commander Thomas Mccartney with the Cleveland Police. “That day is today."
Meanwhile, there is shock and disbelief from the Castro family.
Ariel, Pedro and Onil Castro are accused of kidnapping the three women a decade ago and holding them inside the Cleveland home.
Ariel Castro, the owner of the home, is described as a loving family man and musician. His daughter was friends with victim Gina DeJesus, and he helped search for the then 14-year-old in 2004.
Cleveland police are launching an internal review to learn if anything was missed and how the women went undetected for so long in the populated community.
Meanwhile, more information is emerging about the third victim, Michelle Knight. The first to be kidnapped, her disappearance was written off as a runaway.
The three brothers are in custody and expected to face charges Wednesday in the kidnapping of three women in Ohio.
At the same time, one of the missing women has returned home.