Report: Aaron Hernandez could be moved to general population
As he sits in jail, former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez might have to move to the general population in the Bristol County jail.
While former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez, charged with first-degree murder, sits in jail without the hope of receiving bail -- and while his former college coach declines to discuss him -- he could be moving relatively soon.
As CBS Boston reports, Hernandez will undergo a classification review Monday to determine where he should be kept as he awaits a trial, according to Bristol County Sheriff Thomas Hodgson.
If Hernandez passes, he then would be moved into the Bristol County jail’s general population.
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