Two law enforcement officials told the Boston Globe that video images taken early Monday morning appear to show Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez together in Boston with Odin Lloyd, the 27-year-old man was found shot to death later Monday about a mile from Hernandez’s North Attleboro, Mass., house.
The source of the videos was not immediately clear, according to the Globe. The newspaper also reported that Hernandez is not cooperating with the police, according to a law enforcement official with direct knowledge of the investigation.
The media has been staking out Hernandez's home since Tuesday as questions grow about the Patriots tight end's connection to the killing. Lloyd reportedly dated the sister of Hernandez’ fiancée.
In a scene that evoked memories of the O.J. Simpson case, television news helicopters followed Hernandez's white SUV and broadcast his trips to Gillette Stadium in Foxboro and to stop for gas.
Earlier Thursday, ABC News reported that Hernandez’s cell phone was handed over to investigators “in pieces” and the Patriots tight end’s home security system was “destroyed.”
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.
Hernandez's attorney, Michael Fee, trailed by reporters asking him questions as he left his Boston office at about 8 p.m. Thursday, said his client had left his office earlier and wouldn't comment about his meeting with Hernandez.