In the trial of accused serial killer Anthony Sowell, detectives verified photos taken after the bodies were found on Imperial Avenue, on Cleveland's east side.
Cuyahoga County prosecutors showed the jury a series of photos taken by Cleveland police after the bodies were found at Anthony Sowell's Imperial Avenue home.
NewsChannel5 was permitted to take a camera inside as members of the jury toured the home of accused serial killer Anthony Sowell.
Before it was a house of horrors, 12205 Imperial Avenue was a home. The family who rented from Anthony Sowell's grandparents recalls 40 years of happy memories.
The house that sits at 12205 Imperial Avenue holds special memories for Veosie Cox, who lived there for 40 years.
A 5 On Your Side investigation has reviewed the video surveillance system trained on accused serial killer Anthony Sowell's home, revealing every angle and all five cameras.
Six months after investigators began tearing apart the house on Imperial Avenue, the residents in the neighborhood continue on with life.
Anthony Sowell’s attorney filed a reply brief of errors in his case on Thursday, recommending the convicted killer face a life sentence rather than execution.
Cuyahoga County prosecutors are battling back against convicted serial killer Anthony Sowell's claims that he was denied a fair trial.