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Aaron Hernandez brother Dennis Hernandez Arrested

Aaron Hernandez brother Dennis Hernandez arrested in Bristol Connecticut

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Aaron Hernandez brother Dennis Hernandez arrested in Bristol Connecticut

Dennis Hernandez brother of NFL star Aaron Hernandez was recently arrested in Bristol, Connecticut.

According to several reports, Dennis John (DJ) Hernandez, the brother of controversial former NFL star Aaron Hernandez, was arrested on Thursday. Hernandez, who is 36 years old, is accused of throwing a plastic bag containing a brick and a cryptic message at ESPN’s headquarters in Bristol, Conn. It was reported that the personalized note, which contained typos, read, “To all media outlets, it’s about time you realeyes [realize] the affect media has on all family members. Since you’re a wold [world] wide leader, maybe you could lead how media and messages are delivered brick by brick. Clean it up. Yours truly, Dennis J. Hernandez.”  According to the Bristol Police Department records, Hernandez is being charged with a second-degree breach of peace.

Dennis John Hernandez is the older brother of former NFL star Aaron Hernandez. There is limited information available about Dennis’s childhood and early life, but he and Aaron were born and raised in Bristol, Connecticut.

Dennis was a standout football player in high school and went on to play at the collegiate level at the University of Connecticut. He played as a quarterback and was known for his leadership and work ethic on and off the field.

After college, Dennis became a successful businessman and entrepreneur. He founded the company J-Dub LLC, which focuses on real estate development, investment, and management. He also worked as a vice president at the Athletes First agency, which represents professional athletes.

Dennis has had a close relationship with his brother Aaron throughout their lives, but their relationship became strained after Aaron was arrested and charged with the murder of Odin Lloyd in 2013. Aaron was later convicted and sentenced to life in prison without parole, where he died by suicide in 2017.

Since Aaron’s death, Dennis has largely stayed out of the public eye and has not commented on his brother’s life or the circumstances surrounding his arrest and conviction.

Hernandez did not immediately respond to an email from The Associated Press seeking comment on the latest incident in Bristol..

Additional reports have surfaced from a confidential informant revealed that DJ allegedly led police on a pursuit on March 8 in Cheshire. During the incident, officers attempted to pull Hernandez over, but since he was driving erratically and speeding, this resulted in the deputies calling off the pursuit. Later on, Hernandez was identified as the driver by authorities.

In another twist, Hernandez’s mother, Terri Hernandez, informed the police that her son had been “acting strange” in the recent months and needed to be “mentally evaluated” according to a warrant obtained. These revelations are just the latest in a string of troubling incidents involving DJ.

Former football players have been found to have an increased risk for mental health issues, particularly those related to brain injury and repeated head trauma.

Chronic Traumatic Encephalopathy (CTE) is a degenerative brain disease that is commonly found in individuals who have suffered repeated head injuries, such as football players. Symptoms of CTE can include memory loss, depression, anxiety, aggression, and suicidal thoughts.

In addition to CTE, former football players may also be at risk for other mental health issues such as depression, anxiety, substance abuse, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). These mental health issues may be related to the physical and emotional stress of playing professional football, including the pressure to perform, dealing with injuries, and transitioning to life after retirement.

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