CNN is learning brand new details on how the three women held captive for nearly a decade – were allegedly brainwashed by Ariel Castro, and then ultimately escaped.
This new information comes as a Cleveland police source tells CNN that authorities have a quote "slam dunk case" against Castro.
Our Poppy Harlow has new information about the child that we believe belongs to Amanda Berry.
Two of the women who police say endured nearly a decade in captivity - are back home with their families.
Amanda Berry, whose cries for help lead police to the place where she and two other women were allegedly kept – walked into her sister's home this morning to the cheers of hundreds of friends, neighbors and other well-wishers.
Several hours later, Gina DeJesus arrived at the home she grew up in as a child.
Our Poppy Harlow is OutFront with the homecomings.
Cleveland police filed charges of rape and kidnapping Wednesday against Ariel Castro in connection with the disappearance of three Cleveland women about a decade ago.
As for the women, well wishers cheered as Amanda Berry and the now 6-year-old daughter she gave birthe to while in captivity returned to Amanda's family's home today.
Gina DeJesus was also reunited with here family, a few hours later.
The third woman, Michelle Knight, is currently at Cleveland's Metro Health Medical Center and is said to be in "good condition."
Brian Todd is in Cleveland with the latest on the investigation.
Former FBI profiler John Douglas and Criminologist Casey Jordan discuss the Cleveland kidnapping suspect Ariel Castro.