NORTH ATTLEBORO, Mass. (CNN) - Ernest Wallace, the third suspect in the Aaron Hernandez murder investigation, turned himself in Friday.
Hernandez is the former NFL player who has pleaded not guilty to killing a man earlier this month. A third suspect, Carlos Ortiz, is also in custody.
"We have those 3 individuals who were in the car at that time that Odin Lloyd got into the car, we now have them in custody."
Ernest Wallace was last seen driving a car investigators say was rented by Aaron Hernandez hours after Odin Lloyd's murder. A car allegedly swapped out for one believed to have been used the night of the murder.
Police say Hernandez drove the new rental back to his house with two so-called confederates. "And shortly after arriving back at the house, his two confederates get in the car and they leave."
After seeing this wanted poster calling him armed and dangerous, Wallace told police he wanted to surrender where he lives in Miramar, Florida. He walked into a police station, but he refused to say anything else, invoking his right against self incrimination.
Another man, Carlos Ortiz, charged as a fugitive in connection with the murder investigation was sent back to Massachusetts from Connecticut.
Investigators say there's surveillance video showing Hernandez, Ortiz, and Wallace picking up victim Odin Lloyd at his house and getting into a silver Nissan Altima at the house at 2:32 a.m. CNN has obtained security camera photos taken three minutes later at 2:35 a.m. The photos, that are very grainy, show a light colored car driving down the victim's street. It's unclear whether this is the silver Altima and investigators won't discuss it.
The people who own the cameras tell CNN police spent hours looking at this and other video taken that night.