Police remove 10 bags of evidence from Aaron Hernandez’s home


A second search of New England tight end Aaron Hernandez’s home took place Saturday as part of an ongoing investigation into the death of a man whose body was found about a mile away from the North Attleboro, Mass., estate on Monday.

The search, which lasted more than three hours, involved police officers, K9 units, a locksmith and a crowbar.

It was unclear what the law enforcement officials were looking for, but they searched the home, backyard, a large playhouse and two vehicles, including a white Audi SUV driven by Hernandez, according to


The website states that the officials emerged with 10 paper bags full of evidence, as well as a cardboard box.

Authorities have ruled the death of Odin Lloyd a homicide. Lloyd family members have said that he was friends with Hernandez, who is engaged to the sister of Lloyd’s girlfriend of about two years, and that the two men were together on the night of the Lloyd’s death.

No arrest warrants were filed in state courts by closing time Friday, Attleboro District Court clerk magistrate Mark E. Sturdy said, with courts closed Saturday.


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