Aaron Hernandez's Alleged History of Guns, Drugs Key to Trial, Sources Tell ABC News

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Prosecutors say the three men picked up Lloyd at his Boston home and brought him to a desolate industrial park where he was shot with a .45 caliber handgun. That weapon has not been recovered but police have found other weapons Hernandez was not authorized to own. Investigators have also discovered a flophouse rented in Hernandez's name where a sweatshirt police said Hernandez was wearing when Lloyd was shot was recovered.

According to court records, Ortiz has fingered Hernandez as the gunman, telling detectives Wallace told him that Hernandez was the triggerman.

The investigation has also led to charges against Tanya Singleton, Hernandez's cousin, because of her refusal to cooperate with a grand jury hearing evidence in connection with an unsolved triple shooting that left two men dead and another wounded last summer. Hernandez has been called a suspect in that shooting.

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