This afternoon, a Massachusetts judge unsealed the search warrants in the murder case involving former Patriots All-Pro receiver Aaron Hernandez.
The 156-page document revealed that, among the items seized in a June 22 search of Hernandez’s home, were one scale and one dish used for measuring drugs. A rifle, dozens of rounds of live ammunition and an airline boarding receipt, in the name of Ernest Wallace, were also taken from the North Attleboro, MA home. Wallace was arraigned in connection with this case yesterday.
The affidavit also says investigators learned from Boston Police that there was surveillance video that a neighbor of Odin Lloyd was willing to share that could assist the investigation.
Massachusetts State Police reviewed the June 17 footage and observed that at approximately 2:33 a.m., a vehicle identified by investigators as a silver Nissan Altima arrived at 10 Fayston Street in Boston, where Lloyd lived. Hernandez had rented a 2012 silver Nissan Altima prior to the murder.
The surveillance video shows a male individual, believed to be Lloyd, enter the car through the rear passenger door. The video also allowed police to confirm that there were three individuals in the vehicle before Lloyd got in.