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Patriots’ Hernandez Subject of Arrest Warrant

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Patriots’ Hernandez Subject of Arrest Warrant

It looks like New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez is a wanted man.  Reports out of Boston say an arrest warrant has been issued for Hernandez in connection with the murder of a 27 year old semi-pro football player.  A law enforcement source tells WBZ Radio Hernandez is facing an obstruction of justice charge.  The Boston Globe reports police have video images showing Hernandez and Odin Lloyd together in Boston on Monday.  Police later found Lloyd’s body in an industrial park near Hernandez’s home in North Attleboro.  ABC News reports Hernandez intentionally destroyed his home security system and turned over a broken cell phone to police.  He also hired a cleaning crew to scrub his home Monday.

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