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Crews barricade Ariel Castro's house on Seymour Avenue Crews barricade Ariel Castro's house on Seymour Avenue
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CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) -

Investigators barricaded Ariel Castro's home Saturday morning and it's expected that they'll also board up the two adjacent abandoned homes next door.

It's expected that Seymour Avenue will then be reopened to normal traffic.

Ruben Reyes, who made documentary "Where is Gina?" in 2006 just arrived in Cleveland. He is planning on seeing Gina DeJesus Saturday.

Reyes told 19 Action News reporter Scott Taylor that in the past years he used to get calls about Gina being found. When she was actually on Monday his cell exploded with calls.

"I am very happy Gina has been found," Reyes said.

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