Aaron Hernandez investigation: Police search home of Patriots TE

Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports

State police paid another visit to Aaron Hernandez's house on Saturday. This time, they brought a K-9 unit with them to search the house.

State police entered Aaron Hernandez's house once again on Saturday, according to Kevin Armstrong of the New York Daily News.

This time, they brought some company. Armstrong reported police have two K-9 dogs searching the house. They also cut off traffic outside his house.

This the fourth time this week cops have entered Hernandez's home. The Patriots tight end has been under investigation for his involvement in the murder of Odin Lloyd, whose body was discovered on Monday.

Hernandez is still not considered a suspect, but police have executed several search warrants on his house when it was revealed he destroyed his home security system. CytoSport, the maker of Muscle Milk, have dropped their endorsement deal with Hernandez.

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