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Caitlin Armstrong's attorney accuses Austin police of using invalid arrest warrant

fugitive Caitlin Armstrong's attorneysissued an invalid arrest warrant against Texas Yoga {70 I'm accusing the police of using }. - Instructor-turned-murder suspect, according to local reports.

Armstrong, 34, murdered cyclist Moria "Moe" Wilson, 25, in Austin in May, leading to her arrest using a passport that did not belong to her. accused of trying to circumvent After Austin police obtained a murder warrant for her in Wilson's death, she was on the run for her 43 days until U.S. Marshals caught her on a secluded beach in Costa Rica.

However, Armstrong's attorney, Rick Cofer, said the misdemeanor warrant used by the Austin Police Department (APD) in Armstrong's initial arrest (before his release) in May was invalid. , therefore the prosecutor argues that he should not be arrested. Austenian-American politician first reported.

He also said that when APD officers first interrogated Armstrong at her home on May 12 after Wilson was shot dead on May 11, they suspected her Miranda It claims not to have read the rights and didn't let Armstrong leave until Armstrong made his sixth request.

Instagram / Moria Wilson

That day, detectives put Armstrong in an untreated Class B Arrested on warrant. she was arrested. According to the Austin Police Department , authorities interviewed the 34-year-old girl because her date of birth in the department's report management system did not match the date of birth on the warrant. , mistakenly released her from custody on a misdemeanor warrant. Homicide Division. Richard Spitler.

Cofer argues that prosecutors should not be allowed to use evidence collected under improper terms because the warrant is alleged to be invalid. says the politician.

Neither Cofer nor he nor Travis County Attorney's Office responded immediately to inquiries from Fox News Digital.

Wilson was in Austin for a bike race in her May. 

Armstrong's boyfriend, Colin Strickland, a 35-year-old professional cyclist, told police that he had been killed in a previous race and that he knew on a short getaway in October 2021. He said he picked up Wilson on his motorcycle. She swam on the day she died. He also told police that he lied to Armstrong about his whereabouts before dropping Wilson off that night when they got food, but he apparently didn't see "no one in the vicinity."

Security camera footage obtained by police showed a black SUV parked near the Maple Avenue residence shortly after Wilson returned home on the night of May 11. It seems that it was reflected. Fugitive Task Force drove to the Strickland address where Armstrong lived and found his 2012 vehicle with a large bike rack that "looks like the same vehicle observed in the surveillance footage." of black jeep observed his Cherokee. Strickland told police that the Jeep belonged to Armstrong.

On May 13, Armstrong sold the black Jeep Grand Cherokee that was allegedly seen in surveillance footage outside the Austin home where Wilson was staying on the day of her death. , the APD issued an arrest warrant for her in connection with Wilson's death, but Armstrong was nowhere to be found.

professional cyclist Colin Strickland
Instagram / Colin Arturo Strickle
Kaitlin Armstrong

Officers found her two 9mm. A gun that was in Strickland's home, investigators determined one was "important to the investigation." The professional cyclist told authorities he purchased two firearms, including one for Strickland, between December 2021 and January 2022.

Armstrong apparently used a passport that did not belong to her when she flew to Costa Rica, where Santa Teresa in Puntarenas settled in a hostel on her beach, officials said at the time.

Her GoFundMe, called the "Moriah 'Mo' Wilson Foundation," founded by her family, said, "Moriah inspired many, lived a fulfilling life, and loved fiercely." said. The fundraiser will "help fund community organizations that help young people find confidence, strength and joy through cycling, skiing and other activities that Moria was so passionate about." is intended for