Police renew search for side-view mirror piece
DORCHESTER, Mass. (WHDH) -- Police renewed their efforts to find the broken-off side-view mirror of a gray Nissan Altima they said is linked to the night of Odin Lloyd’s death.
Investigators think it snapped off somewhere between Lloyd’s Dorchester neighborhood and the industrial park in North Attleboro where he was found dead two weeks ago.
It was no clear why investigators said they wanted to find it, especially now that prosecutors said they have all three men who were inside the car the night Lloyd was killed.
Aaron Hernandez was moved to another part of the Bristol County Jail. His cell is just seven by ten feet. The former Patriot will now see three hours a day outside of his cell, and the sheriff told 7News the 23-year-old has virtually no contact with other prisoners due to his high-profile,
Former teammate Deion Branch spoke out about the accusations that Hernandez orchestrated Lloyd’s execution. He said, “That was shocking…he’s a great kid. I hope he didn’t have nothing to do with it.”
The third suspect linked to Lloyd’s homicide is scheduled to be brought up to Massachusetts in the coming days. 41-year-old Ernest Wallace is facing an accessory after murder charge, and waived his extradition Monday, which means in the next week to ten days he could face a North Attleboro judge.