Aaron Hernandez’s Accomplice Tells Police About Secret House; Cops Find Cocaine
You know deals are being cut to pin everything on Aaron Hernandez. His barber already cooperating with police and now it appears one of the men who was in the car with Hernandez the night of the murder is giving up vital information about that night to authorities.
One of ex-Patriot star Aaron Hernandez’s buddies has flipped and is providing key information to authorities about the now-imprisoned tight end’s secret flophouse — where cops cited cocaine in a search warrant affidavit, according to court papers.
Massachusetts State Trooper Michael Bates requested a warrant to search anyone at Hernandez’s apartment, stating “the nature of the sale of Cocaine is such that the participants are constantly changing, Cocaine is commonly packaged in small plastic bags which are easily and likely concealed on one’s person(s).”
The affidavit was filed in support of a search warrant at Wrentham District Court after Hernandez associate Carlos Ortiz told authorities he had left a cell phone in Hernandez’s Franklin condo. Ortiz, a career criminal, was arrested in Connecticut last week in connection with Hernandez’s alleged June 17 execution of Odin Lloyd, a 27-year-old Dorchester amateur football player.
So, add possible drug use or dealing to the long list of suspect activities of Aaron Hernandez and his crew. We don’t know if all the accusations and rumors of bad behavior about Aaron Hernandez are true, but if even half of this stuff is accurate, he might have been the most violent person to ever play in the NFL.