Police return to Hernandez home, as part of double-murder probe

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Aaron Hernandez isn’t at his home, but police are.  Again.

But they’re not there in connection with the Odin Lloyd murder case.  Instead, WCVB reports that police have returned to the Hernandez property to investigate the unsolved double murder that occurred in Boston last July.

Safiro Furtado and Daniel Abreu were killed in a hail of bullets fired from an SUV.  Hernandez’s name emerged as a suspect only today, prompting speculation that someone has been providing the authorities information — possibly one of the two men who allegedly were in the car with Hernandez and Lloyd in the moments before Lloyd died.

87 responses to “Police return to Hernandez home, as part of double-murder probe

  1. This is better than primetime TV.

    Popcorn, check.
    Remote, check.
    Locked the door. Oh, no. NO!

  2. I like how the Patriots say they protected their “brand” by cutting Hernandez, when they pick up guys like Talib, Haynesworth, and that corner back that got in trouble days before the draft. Not fooling anyone that actually follows football.

  3. Somewhere out there some dumb (heckling) Jet fan is REALLY lucky Hernandez tossed the gun.

    So, how about a weapons charge from that incident?

    It should have been real easy to prove Hernandez was the one who bought it in Florida and not the idiot Jet fan…

  4. “possibly one of the two men who allegedly were in the car with Hernandez and Lloyd in the moments before Lloyd died.”

    **********************

    Should replace ‘possibly’ with ‘most probably’

  5. AH is in for some serious culture shock, moving from a house that size to a 6×9 cell in the Concrete Congo.

  6. In what may have been the easiest interrogation for the police ever:

    PD: Hernandez has money and will hire the best lawyers. The lawyers will do everything to get their client off, including pointing the finger at your (see Ray Lewis). Talking now and not trying to change your story in the future is your only chance, plus we will get you a reduced sentence. Go….

    2 other accomplices: Uhhhhh…. yea Arron did it and here is how…….

  7. I highly doubt they’re going to find anything in that investigation that they didn’t find in relation to the most recent one.

    No, methinks the police just like going there to watch Hernandez’ girlfriend breastfeeding her baby.

  8. That’s a nice crib. Dumbass blew it. Got his meal ticket and instead of becoming a better person, tried to keep it real. Real dumb that is.

  9. Police are also looking for the third guy, Ernest Wallace.

    Bad dude, armed and dangerous, might be driving a silver or gray 2012 Chrysler 300……

    Jus’ tryin’ to help here……….;)

  10. Dude was a walking crime spree!

    That “genius” Belicheck sure did out-smart the other 31 GMs who let Hernandez slide.

    The next player taken in 2010, by the way: Dennis Pitta.

  11. Hernandez should have just lived on and denied ’till he died on the double homi. He would have beat the rap as one day it would have come to pass. One of his ‘associates’ would have used it as a get out of jail card sooner or later. Witnessing a homicide is gold.

    Every time I arrested someone I asked them this one question, verbatim : “Do you have a get out of jail card?”

    EVERY single person knew it meant this : Did they have info on a homicide?

  12. From all of this what I have learned is that I would be a better gangster than Hernandez. Because I can’t imagine a real gangster leaving the trail that he did. I was watching the arraignment and looking at his expressionless face thinking “what a f×@#ing moron”.

  13. “ttommytom” — Odin Lloyd had the dirt on a homicide and it was far from “gold.” He got a permanent nap out of the deal.

  14. Might be tough for Aaron to call his girlfriend and tell her to keep her mouth shut. But I wouldn’t blame her if she did, after the last week, who knows what that sociopath is capable of even from behind bars.

  15. The Good Book tells us that there “is no honor among thieves”. The more bodies the police bring in, the more mouths there are to start yappin’. You know the DA’s people are going to work these losers against each other, until one of them gives it all up. Aaron, who lives with violence during his working days, may be the toughest nut to crack, and if he is, will be the guy holding the smoking gun when all is said and done.

  16. These idiots like him who consider themselves “gangbangers” get the life eventually that they deserve!

    Congress should quit wasting our money on stupid stuff, and just start arresting and life sentencing people who have “gangbanger” tat’s… Save a bunch of people that way.

  17. jmsieli
    Any bets, he or one of his gangsters filmed it?
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    Why do you think he destroyed his cell phone!

  18. This makes me wonder if Ortiz is cooperating since I couldn’t help but notice he’s been left with a public defender and had enough of a record where even a simple narcotics possession would have sent him away for 5 years.

  19. ialwayswantedtobeabanker says:
    Jun 27, 2013 10:47 PM

    I agree.

    But he BRAGGED about his gold and he was killed for it.

    You keep it in your breast pocket and when you’re looking at a few years in the big house, you give up Hernandez from a safe distance and you don’t go near him ever again…

    You can still get whacked but you can plan for an escape to another life too…

  20. Wish y’all would Quit callin this dude a GANGSTA..he’s more like a half way crook with GANGSTA dreams. being Tatted up don’t MEAN NOTHIN!

  21. The police are getting information from somewhere. Wonder if Lloyd’s sister or girlfriend is giving them anything nd use deserves to spend the rest of his life in jail. What a waste of talent and money

  22. might as well look for any car he ever rented …..most likely it’ll lead you to a murder.

  23. keepounding1234 says:
    Jun 27, 2013 10:49 PM
    Please quit slamming the Pats over this one. Nobody saw this kind of trouble coming. It’s incredibly disturbing.
    ===========================

    Ummm…. keeppouding1234…. “If the Pats didn’t know they should have known.”

    Those word are not from me, but straight from Roger Goodell. He has a reputation, a picture of him holding a glock in college, his teammates don’t stand by him, he fell in the draft because of this,….. etc….

    Crap Goodell suspended a coach for a year for not being in the defensive meetings. How can you say nobody saw this coming?

  24. I’m just angry that he doesn’t play for the Saints. This would have been a fantastic follow-up to the bounty scandal! Could you imagine the drama and denials coming from there? Brees: ” he’s the second best character guy I know”. Benson would never have cut him loose like Kraft did…. Just saying.

  25. lostsok says:

    That “genius” Belicheck sure did out-smart the other 31 GMs who let Hernandez slide.
    ____________________________

    Oh please. As if another team wouldn’t have taken him at some point in the draft albeit lower down than the Pats took him.

    Once they got to the 6th or 7th round somebody would have take a chance on him.

  26. It really sucks and I say this as a non-murdering citizen.

    That Hernandez fame and status brought him down with this, far more than an average citizen would have had to endure.

    Imagine you run with a hard crowd of bangers and then become famous. Everyone, wants a piece of
    It. And you look at his friends that has to be 10x worse in terms of what they want need and expect from hernandez. These two other guys could have been threatening him for not giving money or something we don’t know about.

    In addition, and I don’t mean this lightly, people get away with murder or hits over drugs money whatever in cities all the time. Dealers do it, transients do it.
    But because hernandez is rich and famous, he gets it worse

  27. keepounding1234 says:
    Jun 27, 2013 10:49 PM
    Please quit slamming the Pats over this one. Nobody saw this kind of trouble coming. It’s incredibly disturbing.

    Do you know what a hassah is keeppounding? Its a NE Pats that don’t fly straight

  28. Too bad he didn’t play for the Packers. The Vikings would have signed him by now.
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    The accomplices were from the Green Bay Packers. Why can’t they find them???
    –because they packed their sh!t the night before…

  29. Maybe it’s Lloyd’s sister giving up info, the same one that he sent a text to. He texted “so you know” as if he had presumed something would occur and possibly already had given her detail of happenings…

  30. what this really tells me is the police have VERY little outside of assumptions and common sense. but as everyone knows -its not what you know its what you can prove’ – Denzel lol

    so far we got a picture of him holding a gun that is the same one used in murders the cops cant find at all(no evidence), no video of the murders(no evidence), maybe a snitch or two, who lawyers will destroy in court for being gang members scared to do time so they ratted on a celebrity to get off(not credible).

    they searched this guys home, pond, roof, basement, cars, relatives houses ect ect nothing. im a fan of law not criminals im just typing out what i noticed by this article.

  31. then there is the gum. but that doesnt show he killed the guy that just shows the was in the car with gum hours before the murder..key words hours and before.

  32. Damn, boy! This is excessive behavior even by my standards.

    Sincerely,

    Adam “Pacman” Jones

  33. germanstingray says:
    Jun 27, 2013 10:15 PM
    Three are dead. Wouldn’t that be a “treble” muder?

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    Since this is a football blog I would use the term, “trips murder”

  34. We can give you a deal if you have something worth listening to…

    whoa…slow down…you had me at drive by…

    what could we find at his house that ties him to that?

  35. I’m a Pats fan, but I have to agree that the Patriots deserve the criticism they are going to get on this one. It seems half of Connecticut knew this kid was a Latin Kings gang member and if that’s the case the Patriots have a lot of explaining to do as to how they even drafted him, let alone gave him a retirement contract.

    Willie McGinest was a Crip when the Pats drafted him years ago, but in Willie’s case he had to leave Long Beach Calif. to come across country and for the most part he left that life behind. The Patriots drafting AH allowed him to play right in his back yard and continue his gang affiliations on a daily basis, and that was a big mistake.

  36. I wonder if it’s actually true though. Another problem with snitches is that a lot of them do false snitching, basically will bring up anything that can get them out of trouble. ANYTHING!

    We will see.

  37. This guy had everything going for himself. I can’t believe he threw it all away. It’s almost as though he led a double life. One, as a successful NFL star. The other, a homicidal gang banger.

  38. bookofelisha10 says:
    Jun 28, 2013 12:59 AM
    so far we got a picture of him holding a gun that is the same one used in murders the cops cant find at all(no evidence), no video of the murders(no evidence), maybe a snitch or two, who lawyers will destroy in court for being gang members scared to do time so they ratted on a celebrity to get off(not credible).

    they searched this guys home, pond, roof, basement, cars, relatives houses ect ect nothing. im a fan of law not criminals im just typing out what i noticed by this article.
    ~~~~~~~~~~~~
    No evidence? Not hardly. Video places him with the deceased. Text messages show he was with the deceased. Direct statements and text messages show a semblance of motive. Rental car in his name at the scene. Video of him purchasing gum same as the chewed gum at the scene (DNA pending), his own video system show him returning to the house just after the murder carrying a gun. Shell casing matching those at scene found in his car (not the rental), phone purposely destroyed, video equipment purposely destroyed just after the murder, bags of evidence removed from house on at least two occasions, etc. I’m sure there is more. Circumstantial evidence is still evidence. This isn’t an episode of CSI…they have plenty of evidence to get a conviction. What they cannot guarantee is an objective jury that is not expecting a to see signed confession or HD video of the event complete with close-up shots of each involved individual’s face

  39. @finfan86-

    but it just doesnt add up…either somethings off or hernandez is just really that stupid. but by destroying his cell and cameras show me hes not that dumb.

    if your AH- you know the car is under your name, why would you murder someone in it, leaving the person only blocks away from your house..too obvious.

    and everything you else you just explained is circumstantial at best. and shows hernandez was with the victim hours before..not minutes, hours..you can go to other states in hours.

    as far as im concerned there is no smoking gun- unless they find the gun. gum proves a person was at the scene at some point not the murderer.

  40. @bookofelisha10

    They have video evidence MINUTES before….not hours. Minutes. They trace his cell phone to the area, have video of the car in the IMMEDIATE area. Have video of him at his house 5 MINUTES after the murder took place holding….you guessed it…a GUN! How naive can you be?

    Hernandez may not have pulled the trigger (I think he probably did), but at the very least ordered the murder.

    Come on!

  41. @bookofelisha10
    It does add up to his significant involvement. Any one of the items I described may be explained away by a good lawyer or plausible explanation but all of them combined paint a pretty obvious picture. Just because you don’t like the circumstances does not mean they are not compelling. As I stated earlier, circumstantial evidence is still evidence. BTW, the phone GPS and video surveillance show him with Lloyd and/or at the crime scene within minutes of the murder, not hours. From what I have seen (assuming the reports are correct) it will be exceptionally difficult to demonstrate for a jury reasonable doubt as to his involvement in the murder of Odin Lloyd.

  42. Sorry, forgot to address this:

    “but it just doesnt add up…either somethings off or hernandez is just really that stupid. but by destroying his cell and cameras show me hes not that dumb.”

    It’s not like Hernandez is a Mensa candidate. This was most likely PLANNED (poorly) and yet the idiot didn’t think to leave his cell at home or turn off the video system BEFORE it contained any usable evidence

  43. What’s lost in all of this sadness is one big question. What happens to all of Aaron Hernandez’s Enterprise Rent-A-Car points?

  44. jasons81 says:
    Jun 27, 2013 10:56 PM
    Who the hell has a vinyl siding mansion? Seriously?

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    No vinyl there, it’s Hardi (concrete) siding, shaker-style. Really nice house. Over 7,000 Sq Ft too, those cleaners probably spent all day Monday there.

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