UPDATE: Ernest Wallace is set to be arraigned in Attleboro District Court on Monday.
(NECN: Kathryn Sotnik, Attleboro, Mass.) - Just days after turning himself into a Florida police station, 41 year old Ernest Wallace - the third man to be arrested in relation to the murder of Odin Lloyd - is on his way back to Massachusetts.
He's accused of being an accessory after the fact to murder in the killing of 27 year old Lloyd.
Former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez is charged with murder in the semi-pro football player's killing. Another man, Carlos Ortiz, is charged with illegally carrying a gun.
Friday night, the Bristol County District Attorney's office wouldn't comment on where Wallace is.
"To assure the safety and security of the defendant and the Massachusetts State Troopers assigned to him, our office will not be providing their travel details or the location where they will be arriving," they said in a statement.
We're also now expected to hear from Alexander Bradley, the Connecticut man who filed a civil lawsuit against Hernandez. Bradley is claiming he lost an eye after Hernandez shot him following a night at a Miami strip club in February.
Bradley, himself, will have to answer questions before a grand jury in Massachusetts in relation to the Hernandez probe.
This comes as a report details Hernandez's psychological profile before the 2010 NFL draft.
According to the Wall Street Journal, Hernandez's profile showed that he enjoyed "living on the edge of acceptable behavior," and cautioned he could become "a problem for his team."
The Wall Street Journal also says the report compiled by the scouting service, human resource tactics, found Hernandez received the lowest possible score, one out of ten, in the category of social maturity.
On the flip side, the Journal says the report found Hernandez scored a perfect ten in "mental quickness."
Friday, the New England Patriots had "no comment" on this.