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Report: Aaron Hernandez Being Investigated In Additional Murders

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HOUSTON (CBS Houston) According to reports, Aaron Hernandez former tight end for the New England Patriots, is reportedly being investigated for possible involvement in two murders. The reports come upon the heels of Hernandez’ arrest for the murder of a semi-professional athlete this week.

Back in July of 2012 a car was ambushed with several bullets being shot in the car. The shooting happened at the corner of Shawmut Avenue and Herald Street in Boston’s South End. Within a Boston Police report are details of officers responding to the shooting at 2 a.m. The report filed revealed that three individuals suffered from what appeared to be gunshot wounds, with two of the victims pronounced deceased on scene.

One of the victims was found behind the wheel, while the other was in the front passenger seat. A third victim of the shooting was treated at at a medical facility. The shootings took place after witness accounts placed Hernandez at the scene of a nightclub altercation.

On Wednesday of this week, Hernandez was arrested Wednesday morning and led out of his home by authorities. He faces charges for the murder of semi-pro athlete Odin Lloyd.

According to CBS Boston, “Hernandez was wearing a white t-shirt and had his arms inside the shirt and behind his back, handcuffed, as two officers escorted him out the front of his house and into the car around 8:45 a.m.”

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