Warrants Unsealed In Aaron Hernandez Murder Case

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With eight search warrants unsealed on Tuesday, a lot of new information was unveiled concerning the murder charges against former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez.

The records, including documents that detail the items seized through search warrants executed at Hernandez’s Massachusetts home, an apartment he owned and for automobiles he rented, show that police recovered a surveillance video from Fayston Street in Boston, where victim Odin Lloyd lived, showing him getting into a car with Hernandez and his friends at 2:33 a.m on June 17.

A minute earlier, records indicate, Lloyd received the last of five cellphone calls from Ernest Wallace, one of two Bristol men that Hernandez had texted earlier in the night to come up to Massachusetts.

Read more from the Hartford Courant’s Jenny Wilson and Dave Altimari on courant.com.

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