On Wednesday morning, Aaron Hernandez was arrested at his North Attleboro, Mass., home. By Wednesday afternoon, he had been charged with murder in the death of Odin Lloyd. He will be held without bail.
During Hernandez's arraignment at the Attleboro District Courthouse, first assistant William McCauley presented the case for why Hernandez shouldn't receive bail. Here are some of the details to emerge from McCauley's presentation (via Boston's WBZ):

On Monday, June 17, Hernandez and two other men picked up Lloyd in Dorchester, Mass., around 2:30 a.m. ET in a rented Nissan Altima.
According to McCauley, Hernandez was allegedly upset with Lloyd about speaking to someone at Club Rumor in Boston that weekend and claimed he couldn't trust him.
The four men drove around Boston, then headed south down Routes 128 and 95 before ending up on Route 152 in the Attleboro area. During this time, Lloyd exchanged texts with his sister. The last text, according to McCauley, was sent at 3:23 a.m.
Surveillance video showed the Altima entering a gravel road that leads to a field in an industrial park near Hernandez's home at 3:23 a.m., according to McCauley.
McCauley said employees in the park working at the time reported hearing gunshots. Surveillance images showed the Nissan leaving the scene at 3:27 a.m.
Hernandez and the two others in the car then returned to Hernandez's home less than two minutes away and shut off the surveillance video system.
Lloyd's body was discovered around 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, June 18 by a jogger.
McCauley said Hernandez eventually changed cars, disposed of the gun and then destroyed his home surveillance system.