A Bristol Superior Court judge has denied Aaron Hernandez's motion to suppress evidence seized during a search of his home on the same day that prosecutors turned over evidence -- including statements from Patriots owner Robert Kraft, coach Bill Belichick and other team employees -- to the former tight end's defense attorneys.
Hernandez is currently in jail awaiting trial on first-degree murder charges in the shooting death of Odin Lloyd. While in jail, he was also indicted in a 2012 double-murder drive-by shooting.
“There has been no showing that the scope of the warrant was impermissibly broadened beyond the foundation of probable cause,” Judge E. Susan Garsh said Monday, according to the Boston Globe. “Thus, Hernandez is not entitled to suppression of evidence obtained from the search of the digital video recorder and hard drive that were seized.”
Part of the evidence turned over to the defense team includes a two-terabyte hard drive containing surveillance videos from Hernandez's home which, according to the Globe, allegedly shows Hernandez with a gun.