ATTLEBORO, Mass. (WPRI) -- Aaron Hernandez's cousin is the latest subject relevant to the police investigation regarding Odin Lloyd's murder, according to police documents reviewed by Eyewitness News.
Tanya Singleton Valderamma - the cousin of former New England Patriot and accused murderer Aaron Hernandez - was included in affidavits and search warrants that detail parts of the police investigation.
Reviewing these documents, Eyewitness News learned that investigators believe Singleton Valderamma paid for Ernest Wallace's trip out of town shortly after Odin Lloyd's murder.
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Wallace has been accused of being an accomplice after the fact of murder.
The search warrant revealed that police searched for, and later found, four credit cards and a mobile phone that belong to Singleton Valderamma.
Police believe Singleton Valderamma's credit card records will confirm that she purchased the Greyhound Bus ticket that Wallace used to travel from Georgia to Florida. Police believe Wallace took that trip in order to "evade apprehension."
The documents also reveal that Singleton Valderamma's name was attached to the cell phone Wallace was using at the time of Lloyd's death.
So far, three men have been arrested in relation to this high-profile homicide investigation: Hernandez, who was arraigned on a first-degree murder charge and ordered held without bail; the aforementioned Ernest Wallace ; and Carlos Ortiz, Hernandez's former high school classmate who was arrested on a weapons charge.
The investigation is ongoing.
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