Aaron Hernandez Slammed The Door In Police Officers’ Faces

June 12, 2012; Foxborough, MA, USA; New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez (81) takes questions from reporters after mini camp at the Gillette Stadium practice facility. Mandatory Credit: David Butler II-USA TODAY Sports

A judge ordered that all the information surrounding the warrants and affidavits in the Aaron Hernandez case be released. We had earlier learned that Aaron Hernandez was less than courteous when police showed up at his house and questioned him after finding Lloyd’s body.

Now the details around that encounter have been released.

From the Boston Globe:

Just hours after Lloyd’s body was found, State Police and North Attleborough police questioned Hernandez outside his home on Ronald C. Meyer Drive in North Attleborough around 10:30 p.m. on June 17.

He told investigators that he last saw Lloyd on June 16 “up his way’’ in Boston, according to the report. Hernandez quickly turned hostile toward detectives, police said in the report.

“What’s with all the questions?” Hernandez asked police.

Hernandez said he needed to speak with an attorney and walked back into his house, retrieved his lawyer’s business card, and handed it to the detectives standing at his front door. The detectives told Hernandez they were investigating a death, but he responded by slamming the door, and locking it, police said.

Topics: Aaron Hernandez, New England Patriots

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