Report: Hernandez phone handed over 'in pieces'

Report: Hernandez phone handed over 'in pieces'
June 20, 2013, 2:45 pm
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Aaron Hernandez’s cell phone was handed over to investigators “in pieces” and the Patriots tight end’s home security system was “destroyed” according to a report from ABC News on Thursday afternoon.
 
Hernandez, who has been questioned about the death of 27-year-old Odin Lloyd, has been the subject Thursday of intense media scrutiny as information about evidence collected in the case continues to come to light.
 
On Wednesday, CSNNE.com was unable to confirm information learned about possible evidence destruction in the case, but we noted that investigators would view any tampering as “consciousness of guilt.”
 
Video surveillance cameras at Hernandez’ home and his cell phone were both intentionally destroyed, according to ABC News which had multiple sources.
 
Meanwhile, investigators were curious as to why a cleaning crew worked on Hernandez’ home Monday afternoon. Media observed the cleaning crew as they left the home and were spoken with by police.
 
Wednesday night, FOX 25 reported that Hernandez and two other men left a Boston bar with Lloyd in their vehicle. Hernandez was driving at the time, according to the FOX 25 report. The report also cited sources saying evidence places a vehicle driven by Hernandez at one of the crime scenes.
 
Lloyd was found dead of a gunshot wound in an industrial park less than a mile from Hernandez’ home. He reportedly dated the sister of Hernandez’ fiancée.