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05:01 PM ET 06.28 | The North Attleboro Police Department also confirmed Friday that it has located and recovered the silver/grey Chrysler 300 that police had been looking for in connection to the Lloyd investigation. The car previously had last been seen operated by Ernest "Bo Fish" Wallace, whom authorities say is wanted as an accessory after the fact in Lloyd's murder. Hernandez on Thursday was denied bail in relation to the first-degree murder charge he faces in the Odin case. On Friday, Bristol County Sheriff Tom Hodgson confirmed to NFL Network that Hernandez also is being investigated by the Boston Police Department in connection to a 2012 double homicide. UPDATE: Wallace turned himself into Miramar (Fla.) Police at around 1:22 p.m. ET on Friday without incident, according to a release from the police department. Wallace told authorities he saw his name in the news and knew there was a warrant out for his arrest. The warrant was from the North Attleboro Police Department.

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The house of Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez, Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports The house of Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez, Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports
June 28, 2013  05:05 PM ET

That conglomeration of media is a pretty sad statement on journalism in this country.

June 28, 2013  05:09 PM ET

The plot thickens

June 28, 2013  05:18 PM ET

All 3 suspects are in custody now. Let the deals get made. Who will roll on who?

None of them should roll, and at trial just point to the other dude. Simple - "I don't know who shot him, I went to take a leak and heard the shots, when I came back the gun was on the ground. I picked it up and we left, not saying a word."

All three of them run that story.

Reasonable doubt.

June 28, 2013  05:27 PM ET

In the meantime, the Patriots are offering fans the ability to swap out their Hernandez jerseys for free.

They seriously want this dude expunged.

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June 28, 2013  05:35 PM ET

Lawyer Fee; time to cop a plea.

June 28, 2013  05:38 PM ET
QUOTE(#1):

That conglomeration of media is a pretty sad statement on journalism in this country.

Not sure if you're talking about the story or the picture, but yeah, I've gotta agree either way.

June 28, 2013  05:42 PM ET
QUOTE(#6):

Lawyer Fee; time to cop a plea.

I don't think the DA is gonna listen. Murder One, one and all.

June 28, 2013  05:53 PM ET

I'm just sad the Hot Clicks isn't as good as yesterday.

June 28, 2013  05:54 PM ET
QUOTE(#4):

In the meantime, the Patriots are offering fans the ability to swap out their Hernandez jerseys for free. They seriously want this dude expunged.

I saw that! Actually, a pretty brilliant PR move.

June 28, 2013  06:24 PM ET
QUOTE(#4):

In the meantime, the Patriots are offering fans the ability to swap out their Hernandez jerseys for free. They seriously want this dude expunged.

Apparently the swap is for 2 days only and doesn't apply to his #85 rookie jersey. Can't be that desperate, but it's a great PR stunt, it's all over the news!

June 28, 2013  06:38 PM ET

Bo Knows. Knew there was something fishy about all of this.

June 28, 2013  08:54 PM ET
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I don't think the DA is gonna listen. Murder One, one and all.

Hang me, hang me, hang me from the highest tree; woman would you weep for me.

June 28, 2013  09:16 PM ET
QUOTE(#13):

Hang me, hang me, hang me from the highest tree; woman would you weep for me.

No death penalty in Massachusetts, but a first degree murder conviction is mandatory LWOP.

June 28, 2013  09:38 PM ET

AH is dead to BB and the entire Pats organization. He's dead to this fan, too.

June 28, 2013  10:32 PM ET

June 28, 2013  10:39 PM ET

Curly Bill said it best.

June 29, 2013  12:00 AM ET

Has any body else been getting sick a sports center...I feel like im watchin csi er some set

June 29, 2013  12:20 AM ET
QUOTE(#4):

In the meantime, the Patriots are offering fans the ability to swap out their Hernandez jerseys for free. They seriously want this dude expunged.

Maybe Tebow can sweet talk the Pope into doing some type of annulment.

 
June 29, 2013  12:22 AM ET

Ocho Cinco would cop a feel.

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