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Boston Police have been investigating Aaron Hernandez‘s connection to a 2012 double murder for a few months now, and they seem to have finally formed their opinion on his involvement. New documents in the investigation confirm for the first time that Boston Police believe that Hernandez was the shooter in the double murder, according to Wesley Lowery of the Boston Globe. New Hernandez documents confirm for first time that Boston Police believe Aaron Hernandez may have been shooter in 2012 double murder.— Wesley Lowery (@WesleyLowery) January 16, 2014 A search warrant released earlier this month revealed new details about the night in question. The warrant alleged that Hernandez was present inside a silver SUV, now identified as a Toyota 4Runner, according to FOX Sports, involved in a dive-by shooting that left two men, Daniel Abreu and Safiro Furtado, dead and another injured in the early morning hours of July 16, 2012. The SUV was found parked in the garage of a home  owner by Hern...

Police: Aaron Hernandez may have been shooter in 2012 double murder

Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez’s troubles deepen

According to the Associated Press, police are investigating the New England Patriots’ former tight end Aaron Hernandez and his possible connection to a double homicide in July 2012. No charges have been filed in the deaths of Daniel Jorge Correia de Abreu, 29, and Safiro Teixeira Furtado, 28, who were gunned down at a traffic light after leaving a Boston Nightclub. There were two...

Aaron Hernandez unable to watch the Patriots in the playoffs from jail

(Kim Klement-US-PRESSWIRE) On Sunday afternoon, the New England Patriots face the Denver Broncos for the AFC Championship.  The winner of the game will go on to play in thee Super Bowl. One former Patriots player will not be watching however. That player is former star tight end, Aaron Hernandez, who is currently awaiting triil for the murder of Odin Lloyd, as well as being investigated...

Aaron Hernandez Not Allowed to Watch Pats In Jail

Hopefully Aaron Hernandez isn’t trying to keep up with his former team and how they are looking in the playoffs. According to the Boston Herald, #81 is not allowed to watch any TV much less the NFL. Bristol Sheriff Thomas M. Hodgson reminded the Boston Herald on Monday that Hernandez is housed in a special-management unit because he is a high-profile inmate. As a result, he...

Hernandez 'may have been the shooter' in 2012 Boston killings

Former football star Aaron Hernandez “may have been the shooter” in a drive-by shooting in Boston in 2012 that left two men dead and another wounded, according to newly released court documents. The assertion is contained in a search warrant affidavit, filed in late June, that allowed detectives to examine a Toyota 4Runner that investigators believe Hernandez was driving the...

Prison won’t allow Aaron Hernandez to watch AFC title game

    This isn’t a surprise at all since Aaron Hernandez has been isolated from the general population and hasn’t been able to watch any games Need NFL Tickets? Loading... ZergNet The post Prison won’t allow Aaron Hernandez to watch AFC title game appeared first on Pro Football Zone.

Hernandez can’t watch Pats in jail

As the Patriots prepare to finish their first season since 2010 without tight end Aaron Hernandez by playing in the AFC title game, the accused murderer (and suspect in two other killings) won’t be permitted to spectate. “He’s not allowed to watch any TV,” Bristol County Sheriff Thomas Hodgson said Friday, via the Associated Press. “As far as finding it out, if they hear...

Police believe Aaron Hernandez was the shooter behind Boston double murders

    Boston police have been investigating former Patriots tight end Aaron Herenandez over the past several months in relation to a double murder that went down in Boston almost tow years ago. According to,  documents show that the police believe Hernandez was the shooter behind the murders. Investigators believe the 4Runner, which Hernandez...

Aaron Hernandez hasn’t been allowed to watch the Patriots playoff run

Poor Aaron Hernandez.  He hasn’t been allowed to watch the Patriots playoff run this winter  even though the general population at the prison has been able to watch the games. It was “game on” Saturday night for the general population at the Bristol County House of Correction in North Dartmouth — but it was quiet time for segregated detainee Aaron Hernandez, whose stellar...

Police Think Aaron Hernandez Was Shooter in 2012 Double Murders

Boston police for months have speculated that Hernandez was involved in a 2012 double murder outside of a Boston Nightclub, but they haven’t charged him yet. It appears they are waiting to see if he is convicted on the Odin Lloyd murder before they make their move. Here is the latest. Investigators believe the 4Runner, which Hernandez obtained from a Rhode Island auto dealership...

Sheriff Won’t Allow Aaron Hernandez to Watch AFC Championship

It is my understanding that the other inmates will be allowed to watch at least a portion of the game, but alas Hernandez will have to find out the results some other way. Aaron Hernandez will NOT be allowed to watch the AFC Championship, according to Bristol County Sheriff Tom Hodgson. — NFL on ESPN (@ESPNNFL) January 17, 2014  

Warrant: Hernandez "May Have" Been Shooter In Double Murder

((HT: MyFoxBoston))We have detailed the incidents in and around the double murder-drive by killing of Safiro Hurtado and Daniel Abreu in July 2012 as they left a Boston nightclub.Recent video has surfaced from a nearby nightclub from the one that the two were seen in before they left a year-and-a-half ago and an SUV that resembles one Aaron Hernandez possessed was circling the block...

Police believe Aaron Hernandez may have been shooter in 2012 double murder

As former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez awaits trial for the murder of Odin Lloyd, investigators may be in the process of building a case against him for an entirely separate crime. Back in July, we learned that prosecutors were pushing to charge Hernandez for a double murder that took place outside a […]

Aaron Hernandez can’t watch AFC title game says sheriff: Report

While every New Englander and their grandmother will be watching Tom Brady duke it out with Peyton Manning in Sunday's AFC Championship game, inmate Aaron Hernandez can only hope to get game updates from an over-enthusiastic guard or maybe a fellow jailbird's kite.“He’s not allowed to watch any TV,” Bristol County Sheriff Thomas Hodgson told The Associated Press on...

Report: Aaron Hernandez believed to be gunman in 2012 double murder

For the first time in the investigation, Boston Police believe that Aaron Hernandez was the gunman in the 2012 double murder case.
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