NORTH DARTMOUTH, Mass. (MyFoxBoston.com) -- Thursday marks the second night former New England Patriots TE Aaron Hernandez will sleep inside a small jail cell in North Dartmouth rather than his sprawling North Attleboro mansion.
The average jail cell in the U.S. ranges between six by eight to seven by ten feet long. If Hernandez's cell at the Bristol County House of Correction is the larger option, his cell and another cell could fit comfortably into his kitchen. Two jail cells could also fit into his master bedroom.
The ex-Patriot's jail cell could fit into the Hall at Patriot Place in Foxborough 430 times.
Several real estate sites value Hernandez's 7,100 square foot home at $1.3 million. The cost of Hernandez's home is nearly the amount it would cost to pay the starting salary of 40 Bristol County correctional officers.
A judge denied a bail request by Hernandez's attorneys Thursday, one day after he was charged with murder in the death of 27-year-old Odin Lloyd.
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