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Former New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez, who was charged with murder yesterday, not only planned out a man's killing but the concealing of evidence.

Hernandez, police believe, drove Odin Llyod to a remote spot in an industrial park in the dead of night following a feud at a nightclub three nights earlier.

There, he "orchestrated his execution," prosecutors believe.

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Lloyd, 27, was found near his Massachusetts home.

Hernandez pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder and five firearms charges, including possessing a large-capacity firearm, more than a week later.

 A judge ordered him held without bail.

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Barely an hour after police had Aaron Hernandez arrested in connection with a possible homicide this month, the NFL star is officially out of a job.

The New England Patriots released him, calling it the "right thing to do."

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The 23-year-old was a rising star with the Patriots, having agreed to a five-year, $40 million contract last summer. But the team felt it had little choice.

The Patriots said in a statement regarding Aaron Hernandez's release:

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The New England Patriots' Aaron Hernandez has been arrested and taken into custody by police at his home, though it's unclear what charges he faces.

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Hernandez has been at the center of a police homicide investigation pertaining to Odin Lloyd, 27, a semipro football player who was found dead June 17.

His body was discovered in an industrial park by a nighttime jogger, about a half-mile from Hernandez's home, and police ruled the death a homicide.

Lloyd's family members said that Lloyd, who was shot in the head, and Aaron Hernandez were friends who had been together the previous day.

ABC News reported that Hernandez destroyed his phone and video surveillance system and had his home professionally cleaned the same day.

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New England Patriots star Aaron Hernandez, who is being investigated in a homicide case, recently got into a nightclub altercation that involved a gun.

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Hernandez, who is separately being sued by a man who alleges Hernandez shot him in the face, was part of a skirmish at a Providence, R.I., club.

According to a May 18 police report, the NFL star was being harassed for several blocks by the subject, who yelled, "(Expletive) the Patriots. I'm a Jets fan."

So original.

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New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez was sued earlier this month for allegedly shooting a guy in the face after an altercation at a strip clip.

Even more astonishingly, this appears to be unrelated from a homicide investigation that led police to search his home in Massachusetts this week.

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According to the lawsuit, Aaron Hernandez and Alexander Bradley went to Tootsie's Cabaret in Miami on February 13, 2013, and got into an argument.

Bradley claims they left the club and got into the same car heading to Palm Beach. During the ride, Aaron allegedly aimed his weapon at Bradley.

The gun discharged, striking Bradley in the face.

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Police searched the home of New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez Tuesday following the killing of a man police say may be an "associate" of his.

The story broke as Massachusetts State Police and prosecutors arrived at his $1.3 million, 5,600-square foot home in North Attleborough, Mass.

Investigators reportedly spent hours with him inside the mansion.

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Two friends tried to leave house at the time of the search, but were stopped by a state police car at the end of driveway; their car was later searched.

During the search, Hernandez received a hand-delivered package from the prominent law firm Ropes and Gray, to be opened only by "Mr. Hernandez himself."

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