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Cleveland, Ohio - May 8, 2013

1. SOUNDBITE (English) Victor Perez, Cleveland City Prosecutor (Transcript Below)

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2. Mug shot of Ariel Perez

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Cleveland, Ohio - May 7, 2013

3. Medium of police near scene

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4. Mug shot of Ariel Castro and his two brothers

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Cleveland, Ohio - May 8, 2013

6. Medium of Amanda Berry's police escort arriving at home

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Cleveland, Ohio - May 8, 2013

7. Medium of Gina DeJesus arriving at home

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8. Fullscreen graphic

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9. Close of Ariel Castro's home

10. SOUNDBITE (English) Michael McGrath, Cleveland Police Chief (Transcript Below)

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11. Combined photo of Amanda Berry and Gina DeJesus

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12. Various of police near Ariel Castro's home

VOICE-OVER SCRIPT:

SOUNDBITE (English) Victor Perez, Prosecutor City of Cleveland:

"I just signed criminal complaints charging Ariel Castro with four counts of kidnapping and three counts of rape."

THOSE ARE THE CHARGES AGAINST ARIEL CASTRO --

THE CLEVELAND MAN ARRESTED AFTER THREE WOMEN --

MISSING FOR A DECADE --

WERE FOUND ALIVE AT HIS HOME EARLIER THIS WEEK.

PROSECUTORS BROUGHT NO CHARGES AGAINST HIS BROTHERS -- WHO HAD ALSO BEEN ARRESTED.

THE CHARGES AGAINST CASTRO COVER ALL THREE CAPTIVES --

AND THE DAUGHTER BORN TO ONE OF THEM WHILE SHE WAS HELD.

EARLIER -- TWO OF THE YOUNG WOMEN WERE WELCOMED HOME BY CHEERING CROWDS.

FIRST -- AMANDA BERRY.

AND THEN GINA DEJESUS.

BOTH FAMILIES ASKED FOR PRIVACY.

THE THIRD CAPTIVE, MICHELLE KNIGHT WAS REPORTED IN GOOD CONDITION AT THE HOSPITAL.

ALSO WEDNESDAY - POLICE TALKED ABOUT THE CONDITIONS THE WOMEN FACED.

SOUNDBITE (English) Michael McGrath, Cleveland Police Chief:

"I'm not going to use the word 'torture' out of respect. I don't know that (if the victims were tortured). I just know that there were some chains removed and some ropes removed. Other than that, I have no other information."

A CITY COUNCILMAN BRIEFED ON THE CASE --

SAYS THE WOMEN WERE SUBJECTED TO PROLONGED SEXUAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL ABUSE --

AND SUFFERED MISCARRIAGES.

SIGOUT - Bob McCall/Associated Press

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