Police make arrests for 2006 slaying

GREENWICH - (AP) - Greenwich police say the driver of slain real estate developer Andrew Kissel and another man have been charged in his 2006 murder.

Police say 21-year-old Leonard Trujillo of Worcester, Mass., is charged with murder and conspiracy and that his cousin, 47-year-old Carlos Trujillo of Bridgeport, is charged with conspiracy to commit murder.

Carlos Trujillo was a driver for Kissel, who was found stabbed to death in his Greenwich mansion in April 2006. His death occurred just days before he was to plead guilty in a multimillion-dollar real estate fraud case.

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