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Police and other officials searched the home of Patriots Aaron Hernandez earlier today in connection with the death of a man alleged to be an associate of the star tight end. Massachusetts state police are setting up an interview with Hernandez following their current investigation. During the search two [...]
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Police have not ruled out Patriots tight end as a suspect in a homicide investigation according to WBZ-TV in Boston..
Hernandez is not cooperating with police according to a source to the station. On Tuesday police entered Hernandez’s residence in North Attleboro and later emerged with a box. They also visited the residence on Wednesday but left when no one answered the door.
Sports Illustrated's Greg Bedard went into this a bit in a radio interview with Toucher and Rich. Apparently, Hernandez was involved with some people who involved with gangs in Bristol, CT where he grew up. Obviously, being drafted close to home by the Patriots puts him back close to those same people.
Personnel sources from multiple NFL teams tell SI that...
Police must believe that Aaron Hernandez is going to flee because they are following him in Helicopters wherever he goes.
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Further details have emerged in the Aaron Hernandez investigation.
A law enforcement source told FOX 25 that the Patriots tight end appears to have direct ties to 27-year-old Odin Lloyd, whose body was found less than a mile from Hernandez’s North Attleboro home. Police have ruled Lloyd’s death a homicide.
The same source told FOX that Hernandez had been out at a bar in...
Aaron Hernandez, Ron Burgundy has a very important message for you: "You might want to lay low for a while, because you're probably wanted for murder."
In some interesting timing, Aaron Hernandez was sued earlier this week for allegedly shooting a man in the face after an altercation at a Miami strip club.
Alexander S. Bradley filed a lawsuit against the Patriots tight end on June 13, according to TMZ. The two were leaving Tootsie’s Cabaret in the same car on Feb. 13, 2013 when Bradley said Hernandez pointed a gun at him. The...
New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez is in the news this week because of two serious issues. We’ll do our best to break down exactly what Hernandez is facing and why he is involved in both cases. Hernandez, 23, was a star high school player in Bristol, Conn., before moving on to Florida from [...]
State and local police spent hours at the home of New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez on Tuesday night as another group of officers searched an industrial park about a mile away where a body was discovered the day before.
Police at the scene and prosecutors would not comment on the actions while Sports Illustrated, citing an unidentified source, reported that Hernandez...
Criminal record of the guy accusing Hernandez of shooting him, since the alleged shooting
News broke yesterday that Aaron Hernandez was being accused of shooting a man, Alexander Bradley, in the face. Bradley claims to have lost an eye in the altercation. The suit was originally thrown out due to some paper work errors (apparently they wrote there were screws in the arm, not face...
Calm down a little bit after reading that headline. This new bit of news doesn't bring us any closer to drawing any informed conclusions here. Police have been in and out of Hernandez's house ever since last night. They took two men away from the home, but both seemed to be going voluntarily. Authorities have searched the house, cars, seemingly everything according to reports...
New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez is being sued in
South Florida by a man claiming Hernandez shot him in the face
after an argument at a strip club.
With Rob Gronkowski having undergone back surgery on Tuesday, the last thing the New England Patriots need is to lose fellow tight end Aaron Hernandez. That is why Pats fans will likely hold their collective breath when they hear that Hernandez is reportedly being questioned by police in connection with a homicide that may have [...]
I knew he would come in handy one way or another. Many people were confused when the New England Patriots signed Tim Tebow. There is no room for him, they said. With Tom Brady and Ryan Mallet at quarterback, why do you need Tebow? One word, versatility. Tim Tebow is as versatile as they come. His physical attributes make me think that he could line up at other positions on offense...