STAMFORD - The man acquitted yesterday in the murder of Greenwich developer Andrew Kissel still faces problems.
Carlos Trujillo could be deported to Colombia.
The jury was deadlocked on a charge of attempted murder in the case and prosecutors could decide to retry him on that charge.
Trujillo remains behind bars while prosecutors decide what to do.
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