Kyle Kennedy Identified As Aaron Hernandez's 22-Year-Old Prison Lover

The prisoner who Aaron Hernandez wrote before his shocking suicide has been identified as 22-year-old Kyle Kennedy.
Kyle Kennedy, prisoner number W107335, was the last person to see the former New England Patriots tight end alive and is now on suicide watch inside the maximum security Souza-Baranowski Corrections Center. Kennedy is also the prisoner who Hernandez gave a $50,000 watch and other property shortly before his suicide. Kennedy is the son of a businessman from Uxbridge, Massachusetts.
According to the Milford Daily News, Kennedy was arrested in January 2015 after a robbery at a Cumberland Farms gas station in Northbridge, Massachusetts. He was wearing a black mask and carrying ‘a long butcher-style knife,’and only got away with $189.
Via Milford Daily News:

An Uxbridge man accused of armed robbery tried to elude authorities twice in the past three days – first in a high-speed chase on Rte. 146 and later on foot, through suburban yards.
In both cases, police captured Kyle Kennedy, 20, of 81 Eber Taft Road, who was arraigned Tuesday on charges of armed robbery and assault with a dangerous weapon, as well as escaping a municipal lockup, speeding and operating to endanger.
Kennedy was held on $15,000 bail on three different cases after the court entered not-guilty pleas on his behalf.

Daily Mail attempted to reach Kennedy’s parents for comments, however, they refused.

When approached at his home at the end of a leafy cul-de-sac, Kennedy’s stepmother Deborah, refused to comment and drove in through the automatic gates.
Within minutes his father Matthew, 42, ran out of the home, which is set on more than four acres of land, and furiously berated a team sitting on a public road outside his house, yelling: ‘Get the f**k away and don’t f**king come back.’

Aaron Hernandez left three handwritten notes before he hanged himself in prison. The notes were for his fiancee, Shayanna Jenkins, his four-year-old daughter, and the final note was for Kennedy, who is also now on suicide watch.
Convicted murderer and former New England Patriots tight end Aaron Hernandez was found dead in his Massachusetts prison cell on the morning of Wednesday, April 19,  just days after he was acquitted in a separate murder case. Hernandez killed himself the day his former team, the New England Patriots, are scheduled to visit the White House for their Super Bowl Visit.
The 27-year-old former NFL star hung himself with a bedsheet attached to a window in his Souza-Baranowski prison cell in Shirley, Massachusettes. Hernandez’s body was found at 3:05 AM on Wednesday morning.
The corrections department released a statement on Hernandez’s death saying, “Lifesaving techniques were attempted on Mr. Hernandez, and he was transported to UMass Leominster, where he was pronounced dead at 4:07 A.M.”

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