CLEVELAND - The investigation into the Cleveland dispatcher who answered the 911 call from Amanda Berry, the woman held captive for years, continues.
According to Cleveland City Hall, the 911 call has been reviewed by the city and sent out for independent review by another law enforcement agency to try to determine if and what the dispatcher said at the end of the 911 call.
There has been some reports that the dispatcher used inappropriate language at the end of the call.
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Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus and Michelle Knight were rescued from Ariel Castro's Seymour Avenue home on May 6, after a decade of captivity. Castro was indicted last week on 329 counts that included charges of aggravated murder, rape and kidnapping.