Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine just announced that suspected kidnapper Ariel Castro fathered a six-year-old daughter wit his victim, Amanda Berry.
Earlier today, we told you about some of the horrifying new details about the Cleveland "house of horrors" where 52-year-old Ariel Castro is accused of holding three kidnapped women captive for about 10 years each.
Michelle Knight was reportedly pregnant five times. According to Castro, she was not allowed to be pregnant so he would starve her every time she got pregnant, and would punch her in the stomach when she began to show so that she would miscarry.
The aunt of Gina DeJesus, one of the three women found after 10 years in Ohio, spoke moments after DeJesus returned home from the hospital.
Gina DeJesus arrived home to her family moments ago after being held captive for 10 years. She was kidnapped when she was just 14 years old.
We're hearing disturbing new details emerging after three women were rescued from a Cleveland home, where they had been held captive for roughly a decade each. One of the women, Michelle Knight, has reportedly told police that there was another woman held there about 10 years ago, but she disappeared.
The 911 dispatcher who took the call from Amanda Berry is under review for their handling of the situation. The dispatcher didn’t stay on the line with Amanda, who had just escaped from a house in which she had been held captive for a decade.
In a touching moment, Amanda Berry and her grandmother reunited over the phone. Berry was of course found Monday after being held captive for a decade.
Judge Napolitano joined America Live to react to new reports that Cleveland police were called twice to the home of kidnapping suspect Ariel Castro to investigate suspicious activity there. Castro is the prime suspect in the abduction of three women who were rescued Monday after a decade in captivity.
Greta Van Susteren is LIVE tonight from Cleveland after the incredible rescue of three women who were kidnapped and held captive for about 10 years each.
Marc Klaas, the father of Polly Klaas, joined America’s Newsroom this morning to react to the rescue of three Ohio women who’d been held captive for over a decade.
In 1993, 12-year-old Polly Klaas was having a slumber party at her home when a man entered her bedroom and kidnapped her at knifepoint. Tragically, she was found dead three months later.
Officials confirmed this morning that three suspects are in custody and that they are in the early stages of investigating the incredible rescue of three kidnapped women who had been held for about 10 years each in a Cleveland home.
At a press conference moments ago Cleveland Police Deputy Chief Ed Tomba took questions on the three missing Ohio women found Monday after a decade.
Amanda Berry disappeared in 2003 at age 16; Gina DeJesus disappeared in 2004 at age 14; and Michelle Knight disappeared in 2002 at age 19.