Three new search warrants have been issued in the ongoing investigation into the alleged involvement of Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez in the suspected murder of Odin Lloyd. A court magistrate told the NFL Network reporter Ian Rapoport on Friday about the new warrants. Locations for the search warrants issued were not provided, per Rapoport.
This news comes on the heels of a report stating that no arrest warrants have yet been issued for Hernandez, which followed earlier updates on Friday that said an arrest warrant was indeed out for Hernandez on charges of obstruction of justice in relation to the ongoing homicide investigation of Lloyd's death.
The last time police searched Hernandez's home, they were looking into intentionally destroyed home security equipment, including video surveillance equipment. Additionally, Hernandez turned his cell phone over to investigators in broken pieces. A house cleaning service was hired by the tight end on Monday.