Aaron Hernandez Charged With Murder
Aaron Hernandez has been charged with the murder of Odin Lloyd. Lloyd, a semi-professional football player was an acquaintance of the NFL star.
The former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez drove his friend to a remote spot in an industrial park in the dead of night and — still fuming from a fight at a nightclub three nights earlier — “orchestrated his execution,” prosecutors alleged in a Massachusetts court Wednesday.
The 27-year-old’s body was found on June 17 in an industrial park by a nighttime jogger.
Hernandez’s girlfriend Shayanna Jenkins and Lloyd’s relatives were in tears as he was brought to the Attleboro District Court in Massachusetts on Wednesday and was told that he will be held without bail.
The 23-year-old pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder and five firearms charges, including possessing a large-capacity firearm, more than a week after the body of Odin Lloyd, 27, was found near his Massachusetts home. A judge ordered him held without bail.
According to sources, police have been investigating Hernandez because Lloyd’sr girlfriend and Jenkins are sisters so it is clear that they knew one another prior to Lloyd’s death. Lloyd lived in his uncle’s home in Dorchester, which is roughly 35 miles from where his body was found.
Lloyd joined the Boston Bandits with a group of friends from the John O’Bryant School of Math and Science in Roxbury in 2007, and together they formed the spine of the team.
Patriots Press Release, Aaron Hernandez…”A young man was murdered last week and we extend our sympathies to the family and friends who mourn his loss. Words cannot express the disappointment we feel knowing that one of our players was arrested as a result of this investigation,” the New England Patriots said in a statement. “We realize that law enforcement investigations into this matter are ongoing. We support their efforts and respect the process. At this time, we believe this transaction is simply the right thing to do.”
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On August 27, 2012, the Patriots signed Hernandez to a five-year extension, running through 2018, that includes a $12.5 million signing bonus, the largest signing bonus ever given to an NFL tight end, and the second-largest extension ever, after teammate Rob Gronkowski’s $53 million dollar extension.
The Patriots released Aaron Hernandez on June 26, 2013, shortly after officers from the North Attleboro police department and the Massachusetts State Police arrested him at his home. He is a suspect in the shooting death of Odin Lloyd. Hernandez has been charged with first-degree murder and five firearms-related charges.