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This combo image made from July 2013, file images from video provided by Hennes Paynter Communications shows, from left: Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight, the three women held captive in a Cleveland home for a decade by Ariel Castro. Families of those missing in Cleveland are still waiting for their own miracles a year after the three women were freed from a decade of captivity. The list of missing people in Cleveland, a city of just under 400,000, makes up about one out of every 10 cases in the state. (AP Photo/Hennes Paynter Communications, File)
In this April 2014 photo, a man walks past an empty lot, which once was the home of Ariel Castro in Cleveland. The home was fortified with boarded-up windows and makeshift alarms where Castro held three women captive for nearly a decade. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak)
After losing her nursing license, an Akron woman felt like she had hit rock bottom. So when her friend offered a drug she claimed was even better than the Vicodin she was taking, the former nurse figured she had nothing left to lose.