Missing Women in Cleveland Reunited With Families

Two of the three women rescued from a Cleveland home are back home with their families for the first time in a decade.
Police are expected to charge the men who are accused in the kidnapping. The three male suspects are in custody.

Police say Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight went missing on the same Cleveland street –Lorain Avenue — between 2002 and 2004. They were held just three miles from where they disappeared.

Berry’s sister, Beth Serrano, spoke to a cheering crowd who gathered around her home to greet her sister as she returned home. Serrano thanked the community for their support but also asked for privacy during this difficult time.

The 9-1-1 tapes were released showing an emotional plea for help from Berry.

In a candid interview, CNN’s Anderson Cooper interviewed Charles Ramsey, the man who lived next door, who helped rescue Berry from the home.

Cooper asked, “what does it feel like to have been living next to this for a year?”

“See, that’s why now I’m having trouble sleeping. See, up until yesterday, the only thing that kept me from losing sleep was the lack of money. See what I’m saying? So now that that’s going on, and I could have done this last year, not this hero stuff, just do the right thing,” said Ramsey.