May 24, 2022

Mystery of star cyclist love triangle #KaitlinMarieArmstrong #AnnaMoriahWilson #ColinStrickland

Mystery of star cyclist love triangle #KaitlinMarieArmstrong #AnnaMoriahWilson #ColinStrickland

Mystery of star cyclist love triangle #KaitlinMarieArmstrong #AnnaMoriahWilson #ColinStrickland


A Texas yoga teacher allegedly killed a professional cyclist who had previously dated her boyfriend before going on the run, authorities said.  Kaitlin Marie Armstrong, a 34-year-old yoga instructor, is wanted for killing Anna Moriah Wilson, 25, who was found dead May 11 in Austin after she arrived from San Francisco to take part in a race in the city of Hico, the Austin American-Statesman reported.  Armstrong’s boyfriend, pro cyclist Colin Strickland, 35, told authorities that he had a romantic relationship with both women, and had gone swimming with Wilson shortly before a friend found her dead on the bathroom floor from multiple gunshot wounds, according to the arrest affidavit.  Strickland said he had a relationship with Armstrong for three years, but he had a fling with Wilson while they were on a break in October.  A tipster told police that when Armstrong learned in January about Strickland’s relationship with Wilson, she “became furious and was shaking in anger” — and wanted to kill Wilson. the American-Statesman reported, citing the affidavit.  Strickland told authorities he had changed Wilson’s name in his phone and deleted text messages “to prevent Armstrong from finding them,” according to the affidavit. Texts from the night of the slaying showed that Strickland lied to Armstrong about where he had been “to hide he was with Wilson throughout the evening,” the affidavit says.  Strickland bought two handguns around the same time, one for himself and another for Armstrong, officials said. Police said they found Armstrong’s 9mm handgun at the home where she lives with Strickland.  Investigators who compared shell casings from the pistol to those found at the home where Wilson was gunned down said the likelihood that the same weapon was used is “significant,” the paper said.