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State police serve Mike Pouncey with subpoena after Patriots-Dolphins game

Posted by Zuri Berry, Boston.com Staff  October 27, 2013 08:10 PM

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FOXBOROUGH – The Massachusetts State Police served Miami offensive lineman Mike Pouncey with a subpoena following Sunday's Patriots-Dolphins game, according to a report by Sports Illustrated's Pete Thamel and Greg Bedard.

The subpoena, which was served outside of the Dolphins locker room at Gillette Stadium, was in relation to an investigation surrounding former Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez, who is suspected of interstate gun trafficking, according to an SI source.

Pouncey and Hernandez were teammates at the University of Florida. After Hernandez's arrest in June, Pouncey was seen at a nightclub with his twin brother sporting hats that read "Free Hernandez."

Hernandez is in jail on murder and gun charges stemming from the death of Odin Lloyd. The former Patriots tight end is reportedly also a suspect in two other shootings.

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