Police Expand Philadelphia Dungeon Case

Captors allegedly held disabled people captive to collect government checks.
2:15 | 10/18/11

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This morning a teenager missing since the summer has been found. Possibly caught up an -- four story that went on it in that apartment building behind me. Police say that was a dungeon and they fear there could be more victims. Only fifteen but neither Rodriguez has been missing from Florida since July 4. Overnight her -- we learned she's been found in Philadelphia. Rodriguez's family said she played with the children of this woman Linda and the Weston and may have been taken by her. And overnight police showed reporters the open space only six -- -- -- -- Where they say Weston and others held for mentally disabled adults as prisoners along with three dogs. They were found in the basement room under these blankets in a crawl space to sell -- to stand up in. No food just the bottle of Orange soda one of the victims have been changed by his ankle to just bullet which takes up most of the room. Philadelphia station KYW. Talk to the victims. Once you're out there and if you do. Goes wrong. When you look at the conditions. Under which they were kept. I mean it's just something out of a dungeon actually it's just simply makes you sick and -- -- the way to describe it. It's unconscionable police say these three suspects had been stealing the Social Security disability text of their prisons. At least one of the victims may have been held. For up to eleven years. Evelyn -- to Palestinian -- say let alone adult or human being the alleged ringleader Linda and -- was convicted. A blocking a man in a closet and starving him to death. In 1981. Now the FBI is launching a national investigation. Fearing -- could be more victims of identity theft and that there could be others locked away or worse. Police have discovered documents with the names of fifty people from three more states including Florida -- and last live in the Palm Beach home. One of the victims Herbert Knowles of Norfolk Virginia with the mental capacity of a ten year old his family reported him missing. Three years ago. Police say they've never seen anything like this and they're calling this a case. A pure evil.

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