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Crash has ties to Hernandez case

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Police once again searched a Bristol home that appears connected to a murder case involving former New England Patriots star and Bristol native Aaron Hernandez.

A home owned by Hernandez's uncle was searched Tuesday, but police did not say what they are searching for.

A man who was later identified as 33-year-old Thaddeus Singleton III crashed his car into a Farmington Country Club at a high rate of speed, went airborne and died in the wreck this week.

Police added an unidentified woman in the car was in the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.

Investigators searched 114 Lake Ave. in connection with a pair of murder cases, both which may involve Hernandez.

Hernandez's uncle and his cousin, Tanya Cummings-Singleton, live at the home at 114 Lake Ave.

Eyewitness News learned when officers went to notify Singleton's wife of his death, they found Cummings-Singleton at 114 Lake Ave.

On Friday, Boston police towed a SUV with Rhode Island plates from the garage, which was similar to one that had been missing since a double murder at a Boston nightclub last year.

Earlier last week, investigators combed through the house for clues in the murder of semipro football player Odin Lloyd in North Attleboro, a case where Hernandez and two others have been arrested.

Ernest Wallace, who was arrested in Florida Friday in connection with the murder of Lloyd, also listed his home address as 114 Lake Ave.

Court documents show ties between Wallace and Singleton. They are both listed in a lawsuit in connection with a car crash last year.

It is unclear if Singleton lived as 114 Lake Ave.; however, the car that he was in when he died had been registered to that address.

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