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Castro sentencing, Details about what happened in Castro's home, Pictures of Michael Madison's car

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Good Thursday morning Northeast Ohio!

Ariel Castro, the man accused of holding three women captive for a decade, will be sentenced in court this morning, and one of the survivors is expected to make a statement. Our Bill Safos is downtown with a live report.

And new details have been released about how Ariel Castro lured Amanda Berry, Gina DeJesus, and Michelle Knight, to his Seymour Avenue home. Shannon Davidson tells how he kept the women captive.

Plus 19 Action News has exclusive photos of suspected serial killer Michael Madison's car. We're showing you what the car looks like, and what Madison had kept inside.

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