Shayanna Jenkins

The girlfriend of former New England Patriots football star Aaron Hernandez was indicted on a charge of perjury, the NY Post reports.

A Massachusetts grand jury indicted Shayanna Jenkins on a single charge of perjury in connection with Hernandez’s murder case the newspaper reports.

Prosecutors believe Jenkins may have removed the murder weapon from Hernandez’s home after he was arrested and charged with shooting his friend Odin Lloyd in June.

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Aaron Hernandez

Another tragic death has befallen a member of Aaron Hernandez’s family while he sits in prison awaiting his murder trial.

Hernandez’s uncle Robert Valentine, 49, died in a moped crash last month, RadarOnline.com reports. Valentine, who was Hernandez’s mother’s brother, died from head injuries sustained when he was thrown after the motor bike struck a curb. Valentine wasn’t wearing a helmet.

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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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Hernandezing

As Twitter and other social media proves, most people are followers. They are easily influenced by celebrities and other notables who give them cues on everything from the latest trends to what type of women to date. Last year’s craze, popularized and spread rapidly through social media, were ‘Planking‘ and ‘Tebowing.’ Thank God those trends phased out.

The arrest of former New England Patriot Aaron Hernandez has launched a new trend called ‘Hernandezing’ — or wearing your t-shirt over your arms which are positioned behind your back.

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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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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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