May 8th, 2013
10:36 PM ET

Emotional homecoming for Cleveland kidnap victims

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.

Details emerge on women's years in captivity as alleged captor faces charges

Several hours later, Gina DeJesus arrived at the home she grew up in as a child.

Our Poppy Harlow is OutFront with the homecomings.

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