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CLEVELAND (AP) – Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight.
The three women disappeared separately in Cleveland about a decade ago. But now they’ve been found, along with a 6-year-old child.
Police say the women were being held captive in a Cleveland home until a man walking in the neighborhood saw Berry banging on a window, begging for help.
Three brothers are under arrest.
One of the women held identifies one of her alleged captors as Ariel Castro. Castro’s uncle says he used to work as a school bus driver. The 52-year-old lived in the home where the women were being held.
Also under arrest are Castro’s 50- and 54-year-old brothers.