Five days later, Hernandez is doing fairly hard time
Though few reliable details regarding the incarceration of Aaron Hernandez have emerged, one specific fact shared by FOX 25 in Boston brings his new reality to life.
Hernandez goes outside one hour per day, and the lights go out each night at 9:00 p.m. ET.
It’s nevertheless been an eventful five days for the former Patriots tight end. He tried twice to get out on bail, and failed both times. He also has become the chief (and apparently only, so far) suspect in an unsolved double murder from July 2012.
Police and prosecutors are keeping their cards tightly concealed, so it’s not clear what will happen next. Three suspects have been arrested in connection with the death of Odin Lloyd, and the other murder investigation most recently resulted in the impoundment of an SUV owned by Hernandez’s uncle.
We’ll continue to keep a close eye on all potential reports and developments. If you catch wind of anything new, let us know.