STAMFORD - The man accused in the death of Greenwich developer Andrew Kissel was found not guilty today.
The jury reached the verdict in the case against Carlos Trujillo late this morning on the fourth day of deliberations.
Jurors say coming to an agreement on the charge was relatively easy.
The jury deadlocked, however, on a charge of attempted murder, causing a judge to declare a mistrial in the case. They say they questioned whether the state?s key witness, Carlos's Trujillo?s cousin, Leonard Trujillo, was telling the truth.
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