The man suspected of killing 11 women whose bodies were found in and around his Cleveland home has been indicted on attempted murder, kidnapping and felonious assault charges.

Cuyahoga County Prosecutor Bill Mason said Thursday that a grand jury returned the three-count indictment against 50-year-old Anthony Sowell. He's already facing a possible death penalty in the 11 deaths.

The latest charges involve an alleged attack on a 42-year-old Cleveland woman at Sowell's home.

The prosecutor says his office is still investigating unsolved homicides for the period when Sowell lived in Cleveland and the nearby community of East Cleveland.

Sowell's attorneys could not be reached for immediate comment on the latest charges. Messages were left at the offices of Rufus Sims and John Parker.