STAMFORD - The trial for the man accused of killing Greenwich developer Andrew Kissel continued today.
The medical examiner took the stand this morning against the suspect, Carlos Trujillo.
Dr. Frank Evangelista says he observed five stab wounds on Kissel's body. The associate medical examiner for the state testified that one stab wound on the neck struck a major blood vessel. He also said there was a cut on Kissel's head and restraint marks on his arms and legs.
A Greenwich detective also testified today, saying there was no evidence of a forced entry at the crime scene.
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