Police activity continued around Aaron Hernandez's house on Tuesday as police appeared to execute a search warrant on the house before taking two men, neither of whom were Hernandez, away from the scene, according to Sports Illustrated's Greg Bedard.
The investigation is related to a possible homicide after a 27-year-old man's body was found by a jogger on Monday, less than a mile from Hernandez's house. Although he is not a suspect, Hernandez was reportedly an "associate" of the victim, according to a report from ABC News. Hernandez's tie to the investigation initially came when his name was linked to a rental car that police identified in connection to the possible homicide.
According to Bedard, 10 police cars arrived at Hernandez's house in North Attleboro, Mass., on Tuesday. Police then entered the house, likely executing a search warrant, before checking the IDs of two men who attempted to leave. Police later escorted the two men into police cruisers and away from the house. Bedard, who was on the scene during the activity, said a man who appeared to be Hernandez arrived at the house while police were there.
Michele McPhee of ABC News reported Hernandez has been uncooperative with police during the investigation. Bristol County District Attorney Sam Sutter said the investigation would be turned over to the Massachusetts State Police.