June 21 2013; North Attleborough, MA, USA; Media members stake out in front of the house of New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez. Mandatory Credit: Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports

Police Take Evidence from Hernandez’s House


As part of an ongoing, and seemingly never ending story, police have reportedly removed 10 bags from Patriots Tight End Aaron Hernandez’s house. This is the second search of the home belonging to Hernandez, a person of interest in a recent homicide investigation.

Per masslive.com:

 Along with the interior, the backyard, a large playhouse and two vehicles parked in the driveway, including a white Audi SUV driven by Hernandez, was searched.

After the search, police emerged with the bags, as well as a cardboard box, all presumably containing evidence for the investigation. Some believe that Hernandez was in the house during the seatch, but he did not exit with the police. That corroborates the report that a warrant was in fact not issued like originally believed.

Only one box of evidence was obtained after the first search of the house on Tuesday, so something has clearly changed in the case for them to have been able to acquire so much more.

This is a continuing story, as I am sure it will be up until the time it is resolved. It is still unclear what Hernandez’s role in the crime was, though it is believed that at the very least he had some knowledge of the murder. Check back here for updates on the case that are sure to come.

Tags: Aaron Hernandez New England Patriots

  • tracy3

    For goodness sake when are we going to see the Perp walk! Stop talking and get to walkin’

  • tracy3

    Turn around JJ!!

  • DaveBry

    Steelers could use Aaron Hernandez at tight end & would likely sign him if Patriots cut him. Steelers would sign him because Steelers kept Almeda Ta’amu still on the team even after Ta’amu triedito run over cops with his vehicle.