A grand jury has indicted Anthony Sowell, suspected in the killings of 11 women whose remains were found in his Ohio home, with the rape of another woman, according to the Cuyahoga County prosecutor.
Cuyahoga County Prosecutor Bill Mason said the grand jury indicted Sowell on 10 counts alleging he raped a 34-year-old woman in his home.
The charges bring the total number of counts against Sowell, whose case has been referred to as the "House of Horrors," to 95.
Sowell was accused of in December 2009 of murdering of eleven females, the rape of two females, and the attempted rape of a third female. In February 2010 Sowell was charged with the attempted murder of a 42-year-old female. Sowell, 50, pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity in December. He could face the death penalty if convicted.
"We will pursue justice for every last victim - victims and their families deserve their day in court," Mason said.