Surveillance footage shows Hernandez and Bradley entering the club on July 16, 2012, shortly after the victims went inside. Hernandez reportedly had a couple of drinks and left the club with Bradley 10 minutes later.
The victims left the club shortly after 2 a.m. Henandez's Toyota 4Runner is seen passing by the men twice as they walked to their car.
After leaving the club parking lot, Abreu and Furtado were followed by Hernandez, who caught up with them a a red light. The shooting was not caught on tape, but a third man, Aquilino Freire, who was also shot while in the victim's car but survived, told police "he saw someone in the SUV's back seat laughing. Then, several gunshots were fired from the rear passenger seat into the car."
Despite previous reports to the contrary, Suffolk County District Attorney Daniel Conley, announced on Thursday, May 15, that neither Abreu or Furtado had gang ties. Hernandez is said to belong to the Bristol Bloods street gang in Connecticut.
Lloyd died from multiple gunshot wounds. Lalate reports that prosecutors are going to claim that Lloyd was killed because he knew about Hernandez's involvement in the 2012 double homicide.