Texas woman accused in Vermont cyclist’s death appears in court

Kaitlin Armstrong appeared in court on Wednesday for a pretrial hearing in the murder of...
Kaitlin Armstrong appeared in court on Wednesday for a pretrial hearing in the murder of Vermont cyclist Anna Moriah “Mo” Wilson.(Courtesy Photo)
Published: Oct. 19, 2022 at 11:09 PM EDT
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AUSTIN, Texas (WCAX) - Kaitlin Armstrong appeared in court on Wednesday for a pretrial hearing in the murder of Vermont cyclist Anna Moriah “Mo” Wilson.

Police say Armstrong killed Wilson in an East Austin home in May after Wilson spent part of the day with Armstrong’s boyfriend.

Authorities spent 43 days searching for Armstrong before capturing her in Costa Rica and sending her back to the United States.

The hearing Wednesday focused on how police gathered evidence.

Armstrong’s trial is set to begin on Monday.

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