Anna Moriah “Mo” Wilson was born and raised in rural northern Vermont. She came from a family of athletes, as her parents, Eric and Karen Wilson, used to be part of the U.S. ski team. Mo developed a passion for biking at a young age and spent a lot of time practicing on the Kingdom Trails in East Burke, Vermont.

The de*ath of Anna Moriah Wilson

A home in Milton was raided by police Monday evening in connection to the case, the sources said. 
On May 11, 2022, Anna Moriah “Mo” Wilson, a young and talented rider in the world of competitive gravel and mountain biking, was discovered de*ad in an East Austin residence. She had come from San Francisco to compete in a race in the vicinity of Waco, Texas.

Wilson was shot twice in the head and once in the chest, according to an autopsy, which led the authorities to declare her de*ath a hom*icide. It was a sad and unexpected incident that ended the gifted athlete’s life.

A home in Milton was raided by police Monday evening in connection to the case, the sources said. 
In a startling turn of events, Austin resident Kaitlin Marie Armstrong, 34, was taken into custody as a result of the mur*der investigation into Wilson. Kaitlin was a realtor and a yoga instructor at the same time that she was accused of the crime. The tragedy surrounding Wilson’s premature de*ath took on an unexpected dimension as a result of the case’s development.

In autumn 2021, when professional cyclist Colin Strickland and Kaitlin Armstrong had just ended their short-term relationship, Wilson and Strickland developed an unanticipated romantic bond. But in the end, Armstrong and Strickland made up and carried on their romance.

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Following his reunion with Armstrong, Strickland’s relationship with Wilson remained strictly platonic and professional. Regretfully, it is thought that this complex love triangle had a major influence on how a terrible chain of events transpired.

It was reported that Armstrong was overcome with rage and frustration when he learned of Strickland’s relationship with Wilson. She decided to break off all communication with Strickland and deleted her social media accounts.

Armstrong was seen on surveillance footage pulling up to Wilson’s house in a dark SUV, just minutes after Wilson had returned from a swimming excursion with Strickland. These particulars have sparked questions about Armstrong’s possible role in the tragedy that followed.

Armstrong made $12,200 from the sale of her car after it was mur*dered. After that, she left the nation, first making her way to New York. A few days later, Armstrong boarded a flight to San Jose, Costa Rica, using a fictitious passport.

Kaitlin Marie Armstrong

Armstrong hid in Costa Rica for six weeks, managing to elude capture by the authorities. Her escape did not last long, though, as she was caught at a hostel on Santa Teresa Beach in the Puntarenas province. Cooperation between the State Department’s Diplomatic Security Service, the Department of Homeland Security, and the U.S. Marshals, in conjunction with Costa Rican authorities, made the arrest possible.

Armstrong had undergone major cosmetic changes when she was captured, according to the authorities. It was hard to recognize her because she had dyed and cut her hair short. In addition, there was a bandage covering her nose and obvious discoloration around her eye. These changes in Armstrong’s appearance suggested that she had purposefully tried to change her appearance while avoiding capture.

Authorities found important information about Armstrong’s attempt to alter her appearance during the investigation. They found a receipt showing she had paid under a false identity for plastic surgery.

In July 2022, Armstrong was arraigned and entered a not guilty plea to the mu*rder charge. Her trial was surprisingly set for October 2023—a date that is thought to be rather short for a mu*rder case. Because Armstrong was being held without bond and had a substantial $3.5 million bail, the defense attorneys asked for a speedy trial.

Colin Strickland’s Involvement in the Crime

A professional cyclist named Colin Strickland got entangled in this sad case. During his brief separation from Armstrong, he briefly entered into a romantic relationship with Wilson.

Following his breakup with Armstrong, Strickland maintained a strictly platonic and professional relationship with Wilson. He has been assisting the police with their investigation and has been deeply sorry and repentant for his involvement in the crime.

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The cops found evidence, after closely examining Wilson’s phone, that Wilson and Strickland had dated while Strickland was still in a committed relationship with Armstrong.

In the first interview, Strickland vehemently denied ever having known Wilson. Later on, though, he acknowledged their involvement and said they had concealed their communications from Armstrong on purpose.

Although Strickland was not charged with any crimes, the incident had a big effect on his career.

Strickland took extreme measures to hide their relationship, including erasing Wilson’s text messages from his phone and storing her phone number under a false identity.

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