He said he stole his younger boyfriend… American woman murders promising cyclist

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A woman in her 30s who fled abroad after her boyfriend, a cyclist, murdered a promising female cyclist she met while breaking up with her, has been arrested and extradited to the United States.

The U.S. Marshals have said they have arrested and repatriated Caitlyn Marie Armstrong, 34, who fled to Costa Rica in Central America after she shot and killed promising cyclist Anna Moriah Wilson, 25, in Texas. CNN reported on the 3rd.

Armstrong is accused of shooting and killing Wilson at his home in Austin, Texas, on May 11.

Armstrong was last seen at an airport in New Jersey a week later. Armstrong boarded a plane from there to San Jose, the capital of Costa Rica.

Armstrong left the country using someone else’s passport, the sheriff’s office said.

Armstrong, however, was recently arrested at a hostel in Santa Teresa Beach, Costa Rica and deported to the United States.
Investigative authorities have determined the case to be a homicide.

Armstrong also dated cyclist Colin Strickland, 35, and broke up with him at the end of last year, when Strickland started dating Wilson.

Wilson is a gifted sportsman who excelled in sports enough to be a skier before turning into a cyclist.

At the time of his death, Wilson was staying at a friend’s house in Austin to prepare for the race a few days before the race, according to an affidavit filed with the police by the court.

On the day of his death, Wilson went swimming with Strickland and had dinner together before returning to his friend’s house, where he was shot and killed several hours later.

Strickland told local media that he and Wilson briefly dated between late October and early November of last year while they were separated from Armstrong. She later reconciled with Armstrong and started seeing each other again, he added.

Strickland later argued that his relationship with Wilson had turned platonic and professional, and that Wilson had only been a close friend.

Wilson’s family also said in a statement that Wilson was not in a relationship with anyone at the time of his death.

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