The jury in the case of Cleveland’s suspected serial killer will take a tour of a house on Imperial Avenue Monday morning, as the trial begins.
NewsChannel5 cameras will be rolling inside the home, as the jury looks at the details of the house where bodies of several women were found.
Anthony Sowell is accused of killing 11 women. Their bodies were found inside the house, and also buried in the backyard, in the fall of 2009.
Sunday night, NewsChannel5 news crews did not spot any police presence ahead of the tour.
On Monday, the jury will see every room in the house, near the corner of E. 123rd street. Jurors will tour all levels, from the basement through the third floor, and jurors also will survey the yard.
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