New England Patriot’s Aaron Hernandez has been charged with premeditated murder. He has pleaded not guilty.
Carlos Ortiz told authorities about an apartment Hernandez has that not many people know of. He also told police that he and Hernandez stopped at the apartment the night after Lloyd’s death.
A search of Hernandez’ apartment revealed ammunition from the same caliber gun used in the murder of Odin Lloyd. Authorities found a .45-caliber ammunition and a white hooded sweatshirt; the bullet that killed Lloyd was from a .45-caliber gun, and the white sweatshirt matches one Hernandez was seen wearing on surveillance video on June 17, the night Lloyd died.
Authorities have said Hernandez and two other men picked Lloyd up from his Boston apartment early on June 17. Surveillance cameras captured the car at an industrial park near Hernandez’s North Attleborough home and Lloyd’s body was found in the industrial park later that day.
Although Hernandez is receiving additional benefits such as three hours per day outside of his cell for making phone calls, walking around in a prison common area, an hour outdoors, and an account at the prison’s commissary. Hernandez can also see visitors one day per week for a total of one hour. Hernandez will also be unable to marry his fiancee while in jail.
Hernandez’ next court appearance is scheduled for July 24.