Aaron Hernandez: Police Look For Clues In Uncle's Home

Aaron Hernandez: Uncle’s Home May Hold Clues

Aaron Hernandez apparently spend a lot of time at his uncle’s Bristol, Connecticut home. Authorities are now looking to the home for clues in the shooting death of two men.

The former New England Patriots tight end is accused of shooting and killing Odin Lloyd on June 18. He is further accused of shooting Alexander S. Bradley in the face, which caused serious injury.

Additionally, authorities are investigating Hernandez’s involvement in the July 16, 2012, homicides of Daniel Jorge Correia de Abreu and Safiro Texeira Furtado.

Lieutenant Kevin Morrell, with the Bristol Police Department’s Criminal Investigation Division, suggests that Hernandez spent a lot of time at his uncle’s home.

As reported by Register Citizen, several of Hernandez’s former friends spent time at the home as well, including Ernest Wallace and Carlos Ortiz.

Along with Hernandez, Wallace also faces charges in Ortiz’s death.

Authorities report that Hernandez, his friends, and several family members, are suspects in numerous crimes. They all spent time together in the Bristol home.

On June 30, the husband of Ortiz’s cousin, Tanya, was killed when his car went off the side of the road. Thaddeus Singleton’s death was ruled accidental. However, the accident is considered suspicious as he had a long criminal history.

Tanya Singleton recently spent time in a Massachusetts jail for refusing to testify in Aaron Hernandez’s case.

In an initial search of the Bristol home, authorities recovered an SUV which was sought in connection with the murder of de Abreu and Furtado. They also found 100 rounds of.38-caliber ammunition.

As reported by Fox News, the Bristol home, and its inhabitants, offer clues to Hernandez’s lifestyle outside of the NFL. Many of his fans were stunned to learn their hero led a double life.

Hernandez’s involvement in the murders of de Abreu and Furtado are still under investigation.

Bradley’s case was initially dismissed due to a clerical error. The case was eventually refiled. However, Hernandez’s attorneys filed a motion to continue as it may interfere with the Lloyd case.

Bradley argues that a delay would be unjust. The judge has not ruled on the motion.

Aaron Hernandez plead not-guilty in the murder of Odin Lloyd. He is currently being held without bond.

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