Documents relating to Aaron Hernandez's murder case were released Tuesday. The 150 pages, related to the search warrants at Hernandez's home in North Attleborough, Mass., contained the following nuggets:
— Police indicated Hernandez's behavior immediately appeared to be suspicious. When authorities arrived at his home the day after Odin Lloyd was found shot to death, Hernandez asked them, "What's with all the questions?" When told investigators would need to speak with his attorney, Hernandez went back into his house, locked the door, then unlocked it and approached police with his lawyer's business card. When told "this is a death investigation," Hernandez didn't ask whose death, police said. He returned to the house, slammed the door and locked it. About 10 minutes later, he came outside and said he would go to the police station to talk to them. His fiancée, Shayanna Jenkins, would bring him.
— Police first were drawn to Hernandez because rental keys found in Lloyd's pocket were to a car registered to Hernandez.