With prosecutors concluding that Carlos Ortiz won’t be a credible source of evidence and few if any in former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez’s inner circle cooperating, it could be difficult to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that Hernandez killed Odin Lloyd last June.
As explained by FOX 25 in Boston, that could make Hernandez’s barber a central figure in the eventual trial.
Robby Olivares has testified before the grand jury that indicted Hernandez, identifying the apartment Hernandez maintained in addition to his large home in North Attleboro, Massachusetts.
Per FOX 25, Olivares may have information regarding the events of June 14 at the Rumor nightclub in Boston, where something said or done by Lloyd allegedly prompted Hernandez to conclude Lloyd needed to be silenced.
Olivares visited Hernandez’s home and cut his hair two days before Hernandez was arrested for murdering Lloyd. While details remain scant, Olivares could emerge as someone who knows things about the murder — and who may be willing to share that information in court.