UPDATE: Police Found a Car and Suspect Connected to Aaron Hernandez
UPDATE: Multiple outlets are reporting that Ernest Wallace, suspected accomplice to Aaron Hernandez in the murder of Odin Lloyd, was arrested in Miramar, Florida.
EARLIER: Police have recovered the silver Chrysler they say is connected to the murder of Odin Lloyd, for which Aaron Hernandez has already been charged, the Boston Globe is reporting. Still missing: the guy last seen driving it.
After Bristol, Conn. police arrested Carlos Ortiz, one of the two men they suspect acted as accomplices in Lloyd’s murder, Massachusetts state police issued an alert for Ernest Wallace, the second guy they think helped Hernandez. Prosecutors say Hernandez rented the car the day after Lloyd’s murder so his two accomplices could leave the state. When they put out word they were looking for it last night, someone in a Bristol apartment complex recognized the car as one that had been sitting in the parking lot for days, according to the Globe.
Ernest Wallace, or “Bo” “Fish,” is wanted for accessory after the fact of the murder. Wallace, who the poster says is 44 years old with a heavy build, is considered “armed and dangerous,” and was last seen driving the Chrysler.