Attorney says groundskeeper may be suspect in Greenwich murder

The lawyer for the groundskeeper of a murdered Greenwich real estate mogul says his client may be a suspect. Attorney Lindy Urso says 46-year-old Carlos Trujillo has been questioned and is being considered

News 12 Staff

Apr 20, 2006, 2:54 AM

Updated 6,605 days ago

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Attorney says groundskeeper may be suspect in Greenwich murder
The lawyer for the groundskeeper of a murdered Greenwich real estate mogul says his client may be a suspect.
Attorney Lindy Urso says 46-year-old Carlos Trujillo has been questioned and is being considered a suspect in a possible suicide-for-hire plot against Andrew Kissel. Urso says Trujillo served as groundskeeper, driver, aide and friend to Kissel, who was found stabbed to death in his home two weeks ago. She says Trujillo provided Greenwich police with a written statement, polygraph test, DNA and fingerprints.
The Associated Press is reporting it has obtained a potentially incriminating e-mail sent by the victim?s estranged wife, Hayley Kissel, to her sister-in-law last May. The AP says Hayley discusses her fantasy of pummeling her husband to death. Hayley Kissel?s attorney says she was venting frustration after learning her husband was accused of fraud.
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