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Kidnapping victim Amanda Berry returns home

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Updated: 5/08/2013 1:54 pm
CLEVELAND -- Cleveland kidnapping victim Amanda Berry is home with her family.

Berry is one of three women rescued Monday from a home in which they were held captive for more than a decade. Michelle Knight remains in the hospital but is in good condition, and Gina DeJesus is expected to be home and address media at some point today.

She arrived at her family’s house just before noon today and was immediately ushered inside. Berry’s sister spoke to media shortly after. She said the family is thankful for the support and asks for privacy at this time.

The sister was very emotional and said Berry was inside the home with her child. About 100 neighbors and Berry’s friends were gathered outside of the home waiting to see her.

Balloons and a banner adorned the front porch of the two-story house. Similar decorations adorn the DeJesus family home.

Three brothers were arrested in the kidnappings and charges are expected today or Thursday.
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