Second Kissel slaying suspect faces Stamford judge
The second of two men accused in the 2006 fatal stabbing of Greenwich real estate developer Andrew Kissel was arraigned Wednesday.
Leonard Trujillo, 21, faced a Stamford Superior Court judge for murder and conspiracy to commit murder charges. He did not enter a plea.
Trujillo spent Tuesday night at the Greenwich Police Department after authorities traveled to Massachusetts to pick him up.
Police have not released many details about what led to the long-awaited arrests.
Trujillo's cousin, 47-year-old Carlos Trujillo, entered a not guilty plea Monday to the sole charge of conspiracy to commit murder. Carlos served as Kissel's driver and was reportedly close to the mogul.
Attorneys say Leonard may end up testifying against Carlos. He is due back in court April 4. Carlos is due back in court April 3.