Two of the three missing women who disappeared a decade ago were found alive in an estate in Cleveland, Ohio, authorities said. Amanda Berry was missing in 2003 at the age of 16 whereas Gina DeJesus, 16 disappeared after a year. The two together with Michele Knight, 20 years old when she was gone in 2002 were discovered in in a residential house in the town in Cleveland, the authorities indicated. All are safe and in good shape.
In relation to the case a 52-year-old criminal had been arrested. Mayor Frank Jackson of Cleveland said that he’s grateful that the three women were alive and further investigations linking to the case will be made by the authorities. According to the statements of a witness in a local media, he saw a woman running from the house with a baby in her hands asking for help. A neighbor named Charles quoted that he “heard and saw the girl panicking and going nuts wanting to get outside the house” As soon as the woman with a little girl got outside he told Charles to call 911 and her name is Amanda Berry. He believed that the incident was familial violence impugn.
Crowds were in the residential area where the three women were being held. Amanda Berry was last seen in 2003 when she called her sister that she will get a ride home from her job in Burger King Restaurant.A year later, Gina De Jesus vanished when she was on her way home from school. In connection to the case, a prison inmate tipped the police that Ms. Berry was maybe buried in a town in Cleveland. As a result the case was resume last year.