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CLEVELAND, Ohio -- Police have discovered four bodies and the remains of a fifth this afternoon at the home of Anthony Sowell, bringing the total body count to 11.
Sowell's home on Imperial Avenue now ranks among the deadliest crime scenes in Cleveland history.
Sowell, 50, was charged with five counts of aggravated murder even as workers continued finding more bodies in his back yard.
A heated tent is being installed in the back yard so crews can work through the night.
Police, coroner and fire personnel are at the home, along with a dump truck.
Police have scheduled a news conference for 6 p.m. Crews started digging this afternoon, two days after they had stopped searching for bodies.
Sowell is being held on suspicion of murder after police found six decomposing bodies in his home. The bodies were scattered througout the home, including buried in a shallow grave in the basement, in crawl spaces and left in the home.
A search warrant obtained over the weekend gave police permission take apart the home brick by brick if necessary, police sources said.