A Texas yoga instructor accused of shooting a professional cyclist in a love triangle murderon Saturday a few days after being caught. Hiding in Costa Rica, returned to the United States.
Fugitive Caitlin Marie Armstrong, 34, changed her appearance after fleeing the country last month in the wake of a 25-year murder, andunderwent cosmetic surgery. There is also the possibility. Old Anna Moria Wilson.
ABC 13In the video, a masked Armstrong is seen on her cuffs while being escorted by a U.S. Marshal to a vehicle waiting at George Bush International Airport. increase. She didn't answer the reporter's question, and the video shows she's hiding her face from the news camera.
She is taken to Harris County Jail and transferred to Austin. According toKXAN-TV, she is charged with murder for Wilson's death.
Armstrong will be at Austin's house on May 11th. After spending a day with Armstrong's boyfriend and professional cyclist Colin Strickland, a cyclist accused of killing Wilson in. According to police, Strickland and Wilson are in a romantic relationship and met when Wilson came to town from San Francisco to prepare for a bike race.
After an Austin police officer asked her in her murder, Armstrong sold her Jeep Grand Cherokee found in surveillance footage outside her crime scene. She received $ 12,200 from the sale and jumped on a plane to New York City. Then, a few days later, she flew from Newark, NJ to Costa Rica using someone else's passport.
She was arrested Wednesday at a hostel in Santa Teresa Beach, her hair was dyed darker, and her shoulders were shortened, the US Marshals Service said. She also bandaged her nose and suffered a bruise under her eyes, testifying that her witnesses foundher cosmetic surgery receiptin the Inside Edition.
Armstrong bonds set at $ 3.5 million, GPS surveillance Reported by KXAN.
The Wilsons shared a statement with the post that Austin police, the Marshals, and others were grateful for the "hard work" in finding Armstrong.
Behind us, we believe that justice wins I will. " "I would like to ask the media to respect our privacy at this point, as in the last 6 weeks."