Cleveland Police confirm Amanda Berry is on her way home and will release a statement to the media. Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight were rescued from a west side home on Monday, and have been in seclusion with their family since being released from the hospital. It was revealed no human remains were found at Cleveland house where the three women were held against their will for years. According to Cleveland Safety Director Marty Flask, a thorough search was conducted at the scene of 2207 Seymour Avenue. Again, no human remains were found. But, according to Police Chief Michael MCGrath, chains and ropes were recovered from the homes. Police cannot confirm if or how they were used. Berry, her young daughter Jocelyn, DeJesus and Knight were found in a house on Seymour Avenue Monday afternoon after Berry was heard by a neighbor screaming for help. 19 Action News has multiple crews following this story.
A dry and mild morning continues this pleasant pattern. The outer bands of the same system that brought a few showers yesterday, will bring a few showers and t-storms this afternoon. By the evening, dry air will move in with a pleasant Thursday on the way. Widespread storms will move in Friday with the heaviest rain and storms close to the lakeshore. As a cold front moves through, cooler air will settle in Saturday night into Mother's Day.
TODAY: Mostly cloudy with a few showers and t-storms this afternoon. High: 70 Wind: Calm-NE at 5-10 mph
TONIGHT: Mostly cloudy. Low: 58 Wind: NE at 5 mph
THURSDAY: Partly cloudy. High: 73
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