LAPD Detective Philip Vannatter testified today that police found eight blood drops between O.J. Simpson's Bronco and his Rockingham estate after his ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ronald Goldman were murdered. Vannatter said police saw two more blood drops inside the front door of Simpson's estate. TIME Los Angeles correspondent Elaine Lafferty says the lengthy trial is taking its toll on the sequestered jurors, who "looked pretty bored today." She noted that a 52-year-old Amtrak manager was dismissed from the jury today because authorities suspected he was writing a book about the trial. The fifth juror to be removed was replaced by a 60-year-old retired woman who has been a juror in five other cases, including a murder trial.