Amanda Berry returns to family after a decade in captivity
Wednesday, May 08, 2013 - 01:07
May 8 - One of the three woman believed to have been held for a decade inside a Cleveland home was reunited with her family while the mother of another says she hopes to see her daughter soon. Deborah Gembara reports.
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At long last, a homecoming for one of the three women held for nearly a decade inside a Cleveland home.
There were cheers and applause as a car carrying Amanda Berry arrived at her sister's Ohio home.
Now 27, Berry was reported missing as at 16 after she didn't come home from her job at a local Burger King. She is the mother of six-year-old, who was conceived during her time in captivity.
As details emerge about the Cleveland house where the women were held ... Barbara Knight, the mother of one of the victims shared her reaction to the news.
SOUNDBITE: Barbara Knight, the mother of Michelle Knight, one of three women believed to have been held captive in a Cleveland home, saying:
"I started crying and I was happy that they found her because I was looking for her and I just don't want her to think I forgot about her."
Ariel Castro, a former school bus driver, and his two brothers were arrested on Monday are expected to be arraigned as soon as Wednesday.
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