Police found the remains of six people at the Cleveland home of convicted rapist Anthony Sowell on Friday night, and found and arrested the man on Saturday under suspicion of murder. At least two of the bodies were women. One was found in the basement of the house, and two were in the backyard. Sowell moved into the house in 2005 after serving 15 years in prison for rape. Officials searched his home when they went to arrest him under suspicion for another rape, but couldn't find him there.