Gun allegedly used by Aaron Hernandez in double homicde is found

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The gun that was used in the 2012 double homicide in Boston has been recovered according to WBZ-TV’s Peter Wilson. The gun was found after a woman wrecked her car in June.

June 21st, Diaz-Ramos, 19, of Bristol, CT, was involved in a multiple car accident on interstate 91. While at the scene of the wreck, police examined her car and found the weapon, a .38-caliber Smith and Wesson revolver, in a briefcase inside the car.

“When we tow a vehicle we conduct an inventory to protect the (car) owner, the trooper and the tow company,” Lt. Daniel Richard said, via MassLive.com.

Diaz-Ramos claimed the gun wasn’t hers and that she had given a man and his friends a ride days earlier. They apparently left their belongings in her car and when she cleaned them out she must have missed the briefcase.

“She stated that they were football players and they put all their belongings in the trunk. She stated the she dropped them off at work and they left their belongings in the vehicle due to work,” court documents said.

Topics: Aaron Hernandez, New England Patriots

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