Registered sex offender Anthony Sowell was arraigned Friday morning for an alleged attack that prompted a search and the discovery of 11 bodies at his home, Fox 8’s Suzanne Stratford reports.

A seemingly emotionless Sowell, 50, pleaded not guilty to charges of rape, kidnapping, attempted murder and felonious assault. He did not say much during the proceedings.

The charges stem from Sowell’s arrest last month for an alleged sexual attack on Sept. 22. The report of the attack led to the search of his home.

Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Judge John O’Donnell set bond at $1 million on the charges and continued Sowell’s $5 million bond from last week, when he was charged with five counts of aggravated murder.

The judge appointed a lawyer for Sowell. Attorney Brian McGraw had no immediate comment.

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