DOVER, N.H. - Two more people are needed to serve as jurors or alternates in the murder trial of a New Hampshire man prosecutors say raped and killed a 19-year-old college student , after his girlfriend lured the victim to their apartment.
By midday Tuesday, 14 people were chosen. A panel of 12 jurors and four alternates will be seated.
Prospective jurors were warned in Strafford County Superior Court they're likely to hear graphic testimony about sex acts.
Prosecutors say Mazzaglia and McDonough dumped Marriott's body into the Piscataqua River off Portsmouth's Peirce Island. It hasn't been found.
Mazzaglia has pleaded not guilty.