It appears an arrest is looming.
Aaron Hernandez will be charged with obstruction of justice in connection with a North Attleboro homicide, according to WBZ NewsRadio 1030. An arrest warrant has been issued, according to WBZ’s source.
ABC News reported Thursday that Hernandez had destroyed a phone and his security system and hired a cleaning crew to scrub his home Monday. Hernandez’s charges could be upgraded from obstruction of justice, according to WBZ’s source.
The body of Odin Lloyd was found a mile from Hernandez’s home Monday. Hernandez was seen driving with Lloyd and two other men the night the 27-year-old was murdered, according to multiple reports.
Update 10:21 a.m.: The Boston Globe is reporting that no arrest warrant has been issued for Hernandez. This conflicts with reports from CBS and ABC that a warrant had been issued.