Cleveland Police discovered Amanda Berry and Gina DeJesus and a third woman named Michelle Knight, all of whom have been missing for years.
According to Cleveland Police, the women were being kept in a house in the 2200 block of Seymour Avenue near West 25th Street where they were saved by neighbor, Charles Ramsey.
The women identified themselves as Amanda Berry and Gina DeJesus when they exited the home along with a 6-year-old, who is being identified as Amanda Berry’s daughter.
They were taken to MetroHealth Medical Center and have been released.
Police confirm that Ariel Castro, 52, a former school bus driver, is the man accused of the kidnapping. He was taken into custody and his two brothers were arrested as well.
-Listen to Amanda Berry’s 911 Call HERE.
-Listen to Charles Ramsey’s 911 Call HERE.
Here are the mugshots of all three men arrested in connection with the kidnappings:
Below, Charles Ramsey, the neighbor who helped Amanda Berry escape speaks to a local news station:
And here is a congratulatory tweet his place of work sent out:
This story is developing…
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