CLEVELAND — Around 100 neighbors and a pack of journalists were outside Amanda Berry's sister's house as she returned home in a police motorcade after a decade in captivity.
Shortly after, her sister Beth Serrano thanked everyone for their effort and support over the years, adding "please respect our privacy until we are ready to make our statement, and thank you."
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.
Several members of Berry's family, including her father and grandparents, live in Elizabethton, Tenn., and spoke with her by phone on Tuesday. (See related article: http://bit.ly/16YPmP7)