CLEVELAND (AP) — Around 100 neighbors and a pack of journalists were outside Amanda Berry's home waiting for her to speak after a decade in captivity.
Berry arrived home Wednesday, and a Cleveland police commander said she would make a statement.
The 27-year-old Berry was one of three women rescued from a Cleveland house Monday. Three men are being held and are expected to face charges.
A minivan and sedan were seen pulling into the driveway, and the people who exited the vehicles went into the home. It wasn't immediately clear who those people were.