Fugitive Yoga Teacher Kaitlin Armstrong Charged With First-Degree Murder – A fugitive yoga instructor has been charged with first-degree murder after she reportedly shot dead her love rival and fled to Costa Rica. On Tuesday in the late afternoon, Kaitlin Armstrong, 34, was moved from Harris County in Houston to Travis County Jail in Austin.
She was arrested and charged with both first-degree murder and service theft ranging from $100 to $700. Following the deadly shooting of Anna Moriah Mo Wilson, the alleged killer spent six weeks on the run before being extradited from Costa Rica to the US.
She allegedly shot the rival love to death out of worry that she was seeing her boyfriend Colin Strickland secretly. In the images that were made public, the suspect appeared to have undergone $6,350 in cosmetic surgery in addition to having her hair cut and colored brown.
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After leaving Harris County, Armstrong arrived at Travis County Jail at around 3.30 p.m. on Tuesday. She was charged with “felony, first degree” and “theft of service equal to or greater than $100 and less than $750” at the time of her arrest.
Fugitive Yoga Teacher Kaitlin Armstrong Charged With First-Degree Murder – She was charged with first-degree murder on Tuesday afternoon, according to a spokeswoman. Naomi Howard and Richard Lyn Cofer II are the two attorneys Armstrong has so far hired for her defense.
It happens after the disclosure of additional information on her cosmetic surgery, which showed she spent $6,350 in one clinic in Costa Rica. Before her arrest on June 29, a witness claimed to have seen her at a $50 per night “treehouse hostel” near Santa Teresa Beach with bandages covering her nose.
Armstrong allegedly asked for cost-cutting measures before she was busted by police during a regular inspection, according to Zachary Paulsen.