CLEVELAND (AP) - The sign outside a Cleveland home reads, "Welcome Home Gina."
It's the home of the parents of Gina DeJesus, one of the three women who'd been missing for about a decade and were found yesterday in a home in downtown Cleveland. Police say they'd apparently been held captive in the house since they disappeared. Three brothers, including the owner of the home, are under arrest.
Police say the 6-year-old girl who was also found in the home is believed to be the daughter of Amanda Berry, one of the three women who'd been missing.
An aunt of Gina DeJesus says the women all showed great strength to survive in the years since they disappeared. Sandra Ruiz spoke after visiting with all three women.
They've been released from a hospital, and taken to an undisclosed location in the Cleveland suburbs.
Meanwhile, there are reports that police may have missed some earlier opportunities to find the three missing women. Neighbors of the house where the women were found say police were called twice in recent years to investigate suspicious activity there. One man says he heard pounding on doors at the house. Another neighbor says her daughter once saw a naked woman crawling on her hands and knees in the backyard.
CLEVELAND (AP) - Cleveland's police chief says he thinks three women who went missing separately a decade ago were tied up in the house where they were found and had been there since they disappeared.
Police say three brothers have been arrested and one is from the home. They say the women were found Monday and one said she'd been kidnapped. Police have released no names and given no details about the men or the charges they might face.
The county prosecutor joined dozens of police officers and sheriff's deputies at the scene as they began searching the house late Monday.
Authorities say the women have been taken to a hospital to reunite with relatives and seem to be in good health.
Michelle Knight had been missing since 2002, Amanda Berry since 2003 and Gina DeJesus since 2004.
A neighbor says a woman who'd been missing for a decade was nervous, crying and appeared dressed in pajamas and old sandals as she escaped a Cleveland home where she said she'd been held captive.
Anna Tejeda says she was sitting on her porch with friends Monday when they heard someone kicking a door across the street and yelling for help. Tejeda speaks Spanish, so a friend translated her comments to The Associated Press.
She said the pleading woman, Amanda Berry, eventually kicked out the door's screen to escape and call police.
Two more women who separately went missing about a decade ago were found alive, and police arrested three brothers.
The police chief said he thinks the women were tied up at the house and held there for years.
UPDATE: Ohio woman missing for decade has daughter
CLEVELAND (AP) - A Cleveland police official says a 6-year-old girl found in the house where three missing women were kept for years is the daughter of one of them.
A frantic 911 call led police to a house near downtown Cleveland, where the three women were found Monday.
Police say Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight were held inside the house since they were in their teens or early 20s.
Cleveland police Deputy Chief Ed Tomba says the girl is believed to be Amanda Berry's daughter.
Knight disappeared in 2002, Berry in 2003 and DeJesus about a year after that.
Officials say three brothers, ages 50 to 54, are in custody.
NEW: Police: No complaints about house where 3 women were kept
CLEVELAND (AP) - Cleveland officials say they have no records of anyone calling about criminal activity at the house where three kidnapped women were kept for years before being found.
Police said Tuesday they went to the home in 2004 for an unrelated investigation but no one answered the door.
Missing women released from hospital
CLEVELAND (AP) - The three women who disappeared a decade ago in Cleveland and were found alive are out of the hospital.
Metro Health Medical Center says all three were released Tuesday morning.
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