Three women, missing for a decade, found alive

Jeff Stacklin
The Lookout

Three women, two of them missing for a decade since they were teens in Cleveland, have been found alive, according to police.

A 52-year-old man has been arrested, police say. The women were being treated at the hospital. One of the women reportedly had a baby since she came up missing, according to reports. Hundreds of people and media gathered outside the Cleveland home, where the women were found.

One of the women, Amanda Berry, was last heard from in 2003, when she called her sister to say she was getting a ride home from the Burger King restaurant where she worked, reported the Cleveland TV station WEWS. She was to turn 17 the day after she disappeared.

The other woman, Gina DeJesus, was 14 when she went missing on April 2, 2004.

She was walking home from school.

The third woman, Michelle Knight, 32, was missing since she was 20.

According to WEWS, police officers are at the scene of home on city’s west side. The TV station reports that the women are at the home.

Police have scheduled a press conference for Tuesday.