Among found Ohio woman's next hopes: Get hair done
CLEVELAND (AP) — A Cleveland councilman says one of three women found together after about a decade of alleged captivity told him she's looking forward to doing things that other young women do.
Councilman Matt Zone said he briefly visited 22-year-old Gina DeJesus on Thursday during her first morning since returning home. Zone said he asked what she wanted to do next, and she replied that she'd like to get her hair done and go to the dentist.
He says DeJesus "had a smile from ear to ear" and told him she had slept in.
DeJesus and two other women were found Monday at the Cleveland home of a man now charged with kidnapping and raping them.
Homeowner Ariel Castro is being held on $8 million bail. He didn't comment in court.
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