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Pay per Head Sportsbooks: Aaron Hernandez involved in jail altercation

Aaron HernandezPay per head sportsbooks learned that on Wednesday, a Massachusetts sheriff said that Aaron Hernandez, former NFL star, was involved in a jail altercation in with another inmate, but neither man needed medical attention.

Sheriff Thomas Hodgson said that the altercation happened on Tuesday in a common area of the Bristol County House of Correction in Dartmouth, where only one inmate at a time is allowed out of his cell, and price per head services wonder how both men were let out.

It is not clear who the aggressor was. Hodgson said that witnesses are being interviewed by jail staff and that they’re also reviewing surveillance video to find out what happened and determine whether criminal charges or disciplinary measures will be implemented.

“An altercation took place between two inmates, and one of them was Aaron Hernandez,” Hodgson told ABC News. “We will be studying video and proceeding with interviews to determine why and how the incident took place to determine whether internal discipline or criminal charges are warranted.”

Pay per head sportsbooks found out that the jail also is reviewing procedures to learn how the inmates were allowed out of their cells at the same time.

“It was very brief,” Hodgson said. “The officers were right there, and it was stopped within seconds, maybe a minute.”
The name of the other inmate was not released by Hodgson, and said that he didn’t know that there was any past tension between the men.

“We don’t know what, if any, relationship there was or has been at any point, either here or anywhere else,” Hodgson said.

Hernandez and the other inmate were moved to other units until the investigation ends.

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Hernandez, a former tight end for the New England Patriots who’s very well known with pay per head sportsbooks for his talent in the sport, is being held without bail after he pleaded not guilty to murder in the death of 27-year-old Odin Lloyd. The victim was dating the sister of Hernandez’s fiancée.

Pay per head sportsbooks wonder what led to the altercation, and will closely follow developments.

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