After 3 Women Turn Up Alive in Cleveland, Memories Resurface of Missing Children Cases in South Florida | NBC 6 South Florida

After 3 Women Turn Up Alive in Cleveland, Memories Resurface of Missing Children Cases in South Florida

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    The story of three women who were rescued from a Cleveland house after they went missing a decade ago in their teens or early 20s has a happy ending – but it's bringing back sad memories of missing children cases in South Florida. NBC 6's Christina Hernandez reports on the kidnappings of 6-year-old Adam Walsh from 1981 and 10-year-old Jimmy Ryce from 1995. The tragic outcomes of those cases weigh heavily on private investigator Joe Carrillo, who spends a big part of his life working to find missing kids. He said the Ohio case isn't the first time that missing people believed to be dead have turned up alive – and he's positive it won't be the last.