(NECN/AP) - On Thursday night, authorities revealed they were seeking Ernest Wallace, who they said should be considered armed and dangerous, and that he was last seen driving a silver Chrysler with Rhode Island tags.
Friday morning, Massachusetts authorities recovered the car linked to the third suspect in the slaying case involving ex-Patriots player Aaron Hernandez.
Wallace was wanted on a charge of acting as an accessory after the murder of Boston semi-pro football player Odin Lloyd.
Ernest Wallace walked into the Miramar Police Department and turned himself in without incident, according to authorities.
Wallace, a Miramar resident, told authorities he knew had a warrant for his arrest after seeing his name in news reports.
He invoked his right to counsel.