Police Identify 3rd Suspect in Hernandez Case

Boston police and federal authorities have identified a 3rd suspect wanted in the murder of semi-pro football player Odin Lloyd, 27. Ernest Wallace, aka “Bo Fish,” is wanted for accessory after murder.

Wallace, whose age is listed as 41 and 44, is believed to be one of two men who was with former New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez the night Lloyd was killed.

Hernandez, 23, is being held without bond on first degree murder and weapons charges. A second accomplice, Carlos A. Ortiz, 23, was arrested near Bristol, Conn., earlier this week. Bristol is the hometown of Hernandez.

Ortiz has agreed to be extradited from Connecticut, according to Deadspin.com. He is being held on a $1.5 million bond.

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Aaron Hernandez

Former New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez may have been involved in a double murder last Summer, the Boston Globe reports. Hernandez, 23, is being held without bond on first degree murder and weapons charges in the death of his friend Odin Lloyd, 27. Hernandez pleaded not guilty to the charges on Wednesday.

According to a report in the Boston Globe, Hernandez was involved in a fist fight at a Boston nightclub that ended in the shooting deaths of two men. Two law enforcement sources tell The Globe that Lloyd was executed because he had information about Hernandez’s involvement in the shootings.

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Former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez was formally charged with first degree murder in the death of a friend on Wednesday, hours after he was taken from his North Attleborough mansion in handcuffs.

Also on Wednesday, Connecticut police detained Carlos A. Ortiz near Bristol, CT on a fugitive from justice warrant.

Ortiz, 23, is believed to be one of two men who was with Hernandez the night semi-pro football player Odin Lloyd was shot to death in an industrial park about a mile from Hernandez’s home. Ortiz is being held on $1.5 million bond. His charges have not been released.

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Trayvon Martin

The woman who was on the phone with Trayvon Martin when he was confronted and shot by George Zimmerman inside a gated community took the witness stand today.

Rachel Jeantel, 19, told jurors she was not Trayvon’s girlfriend. She recounted the phone conversation she had with Trayvon before he was shot to death by the self-appointed neighborhood watchman inside the Retreat at Twin Lakes subdivision in February.

Speaking almost in a whisper, Jeantel said Trayvon used the N-word several times as she described what she heard Martin say to a male. She said Trayvon told her the man was following him as he returned to his father’s fiancee’s home from a convenience store. He described the man as “creepy” and a “cracker.”

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Aaron Hernandez Arrested

The New England Patriots have released their celebrated tight end Aaron Hernandez just hours after he was taken into police custody this morning.

Hernandez, 23, is a suspect in the shooting death of a friend, Odin Lloyd, 27, who was found shot to death in an industrial park about a mile from Hernandez’s home. A rental car connected to Hernandez was located near the body. Hernandez will be charged with, at the least, obstruction of justice for destroying evidence in the ongoing homicide investigation.

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gay man kills wife

The Supreme Court ruled on two cases today that will change the way traditional marriage has been defined for ages. The SCOTUS judges voted to strike down key provisions in the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) and the voter-backed law that bans gay marriage in California.

In a 5-4 decision, the supreme court ruled that gays married in states where gay marriage is legal can collect federal benefits in all states — except Utah, which refuses to recognize gay marriage.

The supreme court avoided ruling on the issue of gay marriage altogether. Which means 36 states can still ban gay marriage.

On Prop 8, the Supreme Court ruled that the state of California can vacate and remand the decision, essentially ignoring voters who disapproved of gay marriage.

Meanwhile, here’s an article that you won’t hear much about in the mainstream media: a gay man and his brother have been charged with killing a woman to cash in on her insurance policy.

Update: Earlier I noted that gays who marry in states where gay marriage is legal will be recognized in all states as a result of today’s supreme court ruling. That was incorrect. States where gay marriage is not legal do not have to recognize gay marriages performed in other states.

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Thieves Stole Rolex Watches Worth Nearly $1M

Atlanta Police are on the lookout for 6 brazen thieves who robbed the Mayors Jewelry store in Lenox Square Mall on Friday afternoon in upscale Buckhead.

Police say one man stood lookout while 5 casually dressed men entered the jewelry store on the upper level of Lenox Square Mall. Footage from Mayors security cameras shows the men loitering around the center island where pricey diamonds are on display.

The men then drifted over to the Rolex case at the back of the store. Two of the men produced hammers and smashed the glass cases, grabbing Rolex watches priced upwards of $100,000 a piece. Police estimate the thieves snatched $940,000 worth of Rolex Watches in 30 seconds.

“This was well-coordinated and thought-out,” Sgt. Greg Lyon told the Atlanta Journal Constitution. “They had seconds to commit this and get away.”

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Nike LeBron X EXT

The new Nike LeBron X EXT “Denim” was released Saturday morning at a few stores in the Atlanta area, and it is already knocking ’em dead — literally.

The line started forming at 5:30 a.m. outside Wish urban clothing store in Little 5 Points near Atlanta Saturday morning. Atlanta police told Channel 2 Action News that a pick pocket tried to rob the people waiting in line.

That’s when a man got out of the line, pulled a gun and shot the robber, then returned to his place in line.

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7-Eleven stores raided

Nine owners of 7-Eleven stores in Long Island were arrested in a human smuggling scheme that exploited and abused illegal immigrants. The feds also plan to raid an additional 40 7-Eleven stores in NY and Virginia, The NY Times reports.

9 people — 8 men and 1 woman — were taken into custody in NY, and charged with wire fraud, identity theft and other charges. Among the arrested were alleged ring leader Farrukh Baig, left, and his wife, Bushra Baig.

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Tajreed rich mugshot

A Minneapolis father returned home early and caught 41-year-old Tajreed Rich naked with his 17-year-old daughter, UK’s Daily Mail reports.

The father, who is not being identified, told police he returned home early and heard strange noises coming from his daughter’s bedroom. When he entered the bedroom he found Rich standing naked over his daughter who was also naked on her bed. Rich was later arrested after the girl’s family reported him to police.

The father told police he recognized Rich who works as a hall monitor at Robinsdale Cooper high school in Minneapolis.

The girl told police she had sexual intercourse with Rich twice — at his home and at hers. Rich also said he slept with the girl twice — without condoms both times. He added that he knew the girl was “a vulnerable student” and he felt remorse for taking advantage of her vulnerability. Rich, who had counseled students about relationships, had previously helped coach a cheerleading squad at a different high school.

School is closed for the Summer, but a voice mail was sent out to parents informing them of Rich’s arrest. Rich worked at the school for 2 years prior to his arrest.

A family member at Rich’s North Minneapolis home spoke with FOX9 News and described the situation as “a nightmare.” The family member said Rich had two daughters and a son who graduated from the same high school as the girl.

The age of consent in Minneapolis is 16, but the prosecutor’s office is charging Rich with abusing his position of authority.

“He’s 41, she’s 17 … He’s a hall monitor. I mean, the charge here is a position of authority,” said County attorney Mike Freeman. “I think parents have a right to expect when their kids are at school that people employed at that school are not going to mess with their daughters, or sons, for that matter,” he told the StarTribune.

He added: “[It’s] a tragedy for any father [who] comes home and finds his daughter in bed with another man”

Rich faces 15 years and a $30,000 fine if convicted.

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