GPD Releases Report on 2007 Shooting Involving Hernandez
GAINESVILLE - Gainesville Police admitted Wednesday that the incident report on a 2007 unsolved double shooting that left Corey Smith permanently disabled was inadvertently released to ESPN.
Initially, police said their department had not released the report to the sports network.
Later, the department admitted a public records request was fulfilled in error by a clerk.
In the report, several former Gator football players were mentioned, including Aaron Hernandez.
If you'd like to read the report, click http://gainesvillepd.org/Portals/2/PIO/0207020053.pdf
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