A judge ordered the release of documents pertaining to the warrants and affidavits around the Aaron Hernandez murder investigation. Some interesting information came out of this release.
From the Boston Globe:
In an inventory of items seized from Hernandez’s home during the multiple searches they conducted between June 17 and June 26, police said they seized a Blackberry phone, three Apple iPads, an Apple iPhone, a pair of white Nike sneakers sized 13, a long sleeve white shirt, jeans and a bath towel.
Police also seized a safe they discovered held .22 caliber ammunition, a scale and a dish, a black duffel bag holding some bandages, a watch, and a white plastic bag holding gray jeans and gray sweats.
Police also said they tested a mattress and a piece of the bed skirt from that mattress for the presence of gunshot residue.
Aaron Hernandez’s fiancée also told the police about the surveillance system which police recovered what they could. One clip shows Hernandez returning, home gun in hand, shortly after shots were heard and Odin Lloyd sent his last text message.
During her short conversation with police, Jenkins told police about the surveillance system they had recently installed in their home following a series of housebreaks. Police obtained some of those recordings from June 16 and 17 including an image taken at 3:33 a.m. on June 17 that shows Hernandez is back home standing at the entrance of his basement, moving what looks like a gun from hand to hand.