FILE - This Sunday, June 9, 2013 file photo provided by The Guardian Newspaper in London shows Edward Snowden, in Hong Kong. Russian state news agency said Wednesday, July 24, 2013 that US leaker Edward Snowden has been granted a document that allows him to leave the transit zone of a Moscow airport and enter Russia. Snowden has applied for temporary asylum in Rusia last week after his attempts to leave the airport were thwarted. The United States wants him sent home to face prosecution for espionage. (AP Photo/The Guardian, Glenn Greenwald and Laura Poitras, File)
ATTLEBORO, Mass. — Police searches in Connecticut last month turned up ammunition, a gun box and documents tied to the two co-defendants of former new England Patriot tight end Aaron Hernandez.
A judge has unsealed three of four search warrants from the investigation into the death of Odin Lloyd.
The warrants were used to search Hernandez’s uncle’s home, an apartment and a rental car police say was used by co-defendants Ernest Wallace and Carlos Ortiz the day after the shooting.
The items seized from the home include Correction Department documents linked to Ortiz and Wallace, a plastic gun box and two boxes of .38-caliber ammunition.
Police say Lloyd was killed with a .45-caliber gun.