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By Louise Boyle and David Mccormack. Neighbors of accused kidnapper Ariel Castro have revealed they saw three naked young girls crawling in the backyard of his house on all fours with dog leashes around their necks and three men controlling them, but amazingly police never responded to their call.
The shocking revelation is one of a number of stories to have emerged from neighbors who say they reported unusual goings-on at Castro's Seymour Avenue, Cleveland home to local police who either didn't respond or didn't enter the house when they did show up. Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight all disappeared about a decade ago, when they were in their teens or early 20s.
They were rescued Monday after Berry kicked out the bottom portion of a locked screen door and used a neighbor's telephone to call Neighbors of accused kidnapper Ariel Castro have revealed that they reported seeing naked young girls crawling on all fours with dog leashes round their necks - but police didn't even respond.
The back of the home of Ariel Castro on Seymour Ave: One neighbor says she once saw a little girl looking out of the house's attic window. Israel Lugo, who lives two houses down from Castro, said he heard pounding on some of the doors of the house, which had plastic bags on the windows, in November In that instance police responded, but officers only knocked on the front door and left when no one answered.
Another neighbor, Nina Samoylicz, who lives three doors down, also reported seeing a naked woman in his backyard two years ago, but police didn't take her seriously when she reported the incident. Soon after Castro covered his garden in tarps so no-one could see in. Cleveland police officials said on Tuesday that the department has no records of a call for service to that home.