CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) - Accused serial killer Robert G. Rembert Jr. made his first court appearance alone, since being indicted.
The 45-year-old, who has yet to be appointed an attorney, is charged with the aggravated murders of four people, three this year and one in 1997.
Rembert plead not guilty. His bond was set at $5 million.
Prosecutors say he killed Rena Mae Payne in May 1997, Kimberley D. Hall in June 2015, and Jerry Rembert and Morgan Nietzel in September 2015.
Rembert's indictment includes 10 counts of aggravated murder, six counts of kidnapping, four counts of rape, two counts of aggravated robbery and one count each of having weapons under disability, grand theft and gross abuse of a corpse.
The judge ordered Rembrant to have an HIV test and set his next court date for October 22nd at 9 a.m.
Police are also looking over routes Rembert drove in Ohio and Pennsylvania to see if he's responsible for any unsolved slayings.