A male juror was dismissed Thursday from the trial of a New Hampshire man who is accused of killing his wife’s co-worker when he found out they were texting and forcing her to decapitate him, court officials said. WMUR-TV reported the dismissal. A reason wasn’t immediately known; a court spokesperson was seeking information. A 12-member jury had been picked for the trial of Armando Barron, with four alternates. The trial started Tuesday and was expected to last over two weeks.