Records in N. Attleboro homicide are sealed
NORTH ATTLEBORO, Mass. (WHDH) -- Aaron Hernandez’s home remained quiet for the most part of the day Tuesday until a side door opened to let two men in. One of them was Boston criminal defense attorney Jamie Sultan. 7News learned Tuesday he is part of Hernandez’s legal team.
His website bio said, “His practice includes seeking to fend off charges against clients under investigation.” Some of his previous cases include the Fells Acres Day Care abuse case and according to his website, two reserved murder convictions.
At Gillette Stadium former Pats star Tedy Bruschi held a football camp for kids. He declined to talk about the homicide investigation that may involve Hernandez.
“I live in that community. I live in North Attleboro and there’s a lot of things going on and out of respect for my community I’d rather not comment,” said Bruschi.
The Clerk Magistrate at Attleboro District Court was expected to release details on the three search warrants issued to police in connection to the murder of Odin Lloyd. Instead, he put out a two sentence statement that said all records for that investigation have been impounded.
Lloyd’s body was found last Monday in a clearing less than a mile from Hernandez’s home. Since then State Police have thoroughly searched Hernandez’s home, a nearby stream, and the woods near where the body was found.