Sheriff: Hernandez in isolation

 

Hernandez is in jail awaiting trial on first-degree murder charges. (USATSI)
Hernandez is in jail awaiting trial on first-degree homicide . (USATSI)

Aaron Hernandez has been in jail since he was arrested last summer and charged with first-diploma homicide in the capturing loss of life of Odin Lloyd. Earlier this week, he was concerned in an altercation with one other inmate at the Bristol County Home of Corrections, although the Bristol County Sheriff would not supply specifics into exactly what occurred.

 

But in keeping with TMZ, Hernandez attacked one other inmate and "beat the man up pretty good." And NECN reviews that the inmate was handcuffed while Hernandez was not.

"Hernandez and the opposite inmate had been taunting one another in the days main up to the altercation," the NECN story added.

"We're investigating it now to find out why two inmates would have been out at the same time in that unit," said Sheriff Thomas Hodgson… "I am not pleased that there could have been a breakdown in our system and our protocols."

The Sheriff's Division says that Hernandez has been moved to a more restrictive unit for the following 30 days. NECN, which took a tour of the jail, described Hernandez's new dwelling for the following month:

His cell seems much like the one he was in prior to the altercation. It's a small barren room, with bars on the home windows, a double bunk bed, chrome steel bathroom and a small sitting area. Nevertheless, Hernandez can now not eat meals by himself within the cafeteria; instead, he should take meals in his cell….

Another situations stay the identical: Hernandez should spend 23 hours a day on this cell, except for three showers a week, and one hour of recreation a day. He also can take phone calls at times and have lawyer visits.

Hernandez stays in jail awaiting trial.

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