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More Charges For Ohio Kidnap Suspect; Back To Court Wednesday

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The Cleveland man accused of holding three women captive for around a decade appears in court this morning to be arraignment on an expanded 977-count indictment.

A grand jury on Friday returned nearly 650 additional counts against Ariel Castro, who's charged with kidnapping, rape, felonious assault, aggravated murder and other offenses.

Castro is accused of causing one of the women to miscarry.

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