As Homicide Inquiry Continues, So Does Silence From Patriot’s Player

On a day when investigators, some wearing waders, searched a wooded ravine as they continued their probe into the death of a man whose body was found less than a mile from the home of New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez, the man at the center of intense public attention stayed silent and out of sight.

But he got a haircut.

A man who identified himself as Hernandez’s barber, Robby Olivares, showed up at the player’s home Monday evening and told CNN he gave his famous client a haircut.

“Beautiful! He’s feeling good, he has a beautiful wife, he’s in good spirits,” Olivares said after spending time with Hernandez.

Police continued to sift through woods for clues that could shed some light on what happened to Odin Lloyd, 27, who a week ago was found dead less than a mile from Hernandez’s expansive home in North Attleborough, Massachusetts.

Investigators working in woods near Hernandez’s home would not respond to questions Monday about what they were looking for or its possible significance to the probe.

Authorities have been tight-lipped since Lloyd’s body was found.


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