Sick jurors cause delay in Selah murder trials

YAKIMA, Wash. -- Opening arguments were delayed against the two men accused of killing a Selah woman more than a decade ago.

The case against Michael Gorski and Frank Brugnone went into recess after two jurors got sick.

Opening statements are now scheduled for Tuesday.

The judge decided against using two alternates because there wouldn't be any more replacements.

There would be a risk of mistrial if there are any other jury complications.

Both men are accused of killing Carolyn Clift in the 1990's.