Brother of Deceased NFL Star Arrested After Police Say He Threw a Brick Containing a Bizarre Message at ESPN HQ

The older brother of former NFL player Aaron Hernandez has been arrested after an incident in which a brick was thrown onto the property of ESPN’s headquarters in Bristol, Connecticut.
Dennis “D.J.” Hernandez, a former football player at the University of Connecticut, was arrested Thursday, according to WFSB-TV in Hartford, citing a report from Bristol police.
The report said an individual arrived at the sports media company’s headquarters that day via Uber, threw an object onto the property and left.

Bristol police said they also received an anonymous tip saying Hernandez wanted to damage windows at both ESPN and the Connecticut State Capitol, which is in Hartford.
Officers went to the headquarters of “the Worldwide Leader in Sports” and recovered a plastic bag in which there was a note attached to a brick.


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