CLEVELAND - Nearly 1,000 records related to the Cuyahoga County Prosecutor's Office's investigation of Ariel Castro, the man accused of keeping three women captive in his home for more than a decade, were released Monday.
Included in the documents is the handwritten report of one of the first officers to enter the house.
And the report of the officer who talked to Amanda Berry about her escape, a story that backed Charles Ramsey's account of what happened May 6 .
There is also the statement by Castro the next day to a Cleveland police officer he knew, essentially admitting his guilt.
And reference to a journal Berry kept, a black notebook titled "Love."
Many portions of the report are blacked out as the prosecutor's office weighed the public's right to view the documents with the victims’ rights to privacy.
The documents are listed below. Click any link to see the PDFs.
UPDATE: The Cuyahoga County Prosecutor's Office released all pages the night of May 6. The new links are italicized.