Boston Police search Hernandez home
N. ATTLEBORO, Mass. (WHDH) -- Late Thursday evening, Boston Police arrived at Aaron Hernandez's home. Two detectives arrived, followed by three uniformed officers.
The new police presence at Hernandez's North Attleborough home came on the same day that Boston Police were investigating whether the former Patriots star was also involved in an unsolved double murder that took place back in July of 2012.
Two men were shot to death inside a car in the South End.
Detectives were looking for an SUV with Rhode Island plates leaving the scene.
Sources tell us that SUV, rented by Aaron Hernandez, has been found in Bristol, Connecticut.
Commissioner Ed Davis spoke out Thursday to ask for the public's help.
“If you were in Boston during that night, if you saw things on the roadway, please call us and let us know,” Commissioner Davis asked of the public.
Hernandez spent his second day cuffed in a courtroom, accused of murdering his friend, 27-year-old Odin Lloyd, of Dorchester.
His defense attorney arguing his client should be allowed to return to his family.
The judge in Fall River superior court disagreed, denying bail.
“We're very disappointed in the judge's ruling,” said Hernandez’ attorney.
Hernandez's fiance, the mother of his 8-month-old baby, started crying in court when it was announced Hernandez was not coming home.
Hernandez was due in court again at some point in July.
Neighbors told 7News last night that they hope Aaron Hernandez never returns to this neighborhood again.