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Crime Stories with Nancy Grace: Yoga Teacher On the Run After She Stalks, Murders ‘Other Woman’

An international manhunt is underway for the suspected killer of professional cyclist Moriah “Mo” Wilson.  Authorities say 34-year-old yoga teacher, Kaitlyn Armstrong, shot and killed 25-year-old Wilson in a jealous fit of rage, allegedly for having an affair with Armstrong’s boyfriend, Colin Strickland, who is also a top-rated professional cyclist.

On the night she was killed, Wilson was in Austin, Texas preparing for a race.

WANTED: Kaitlin Marie Armstrong /U.S. Marshals Service

Police say she went on a date with Strickland, first swimming with him at a popular pool and then having dinner together.  After the date, Wilson returned to the house where she was staying.  Minutes later, she was shot dead. Police say Armstrong knew about the date because she’d been stalking Wilson. Ring camera video shows the suspect’s car outside the house around the time of the murder.

Strickland says he’s cooperating in the search for Armstrong.  Armstrong’s family says she is innocent.

Joining Nancy Grace Today:

Rania Mankarious – CEO, Crime Stoppers of Houston, Author: “The Online World, What You Think You Know and What You Don’t: 4 Critical Tools for Navigating the Digital Age;” Instagram/Twitter: @TheRaniaReport
James Shelnutt
James Shelnutt – 27 years Atlanta Metro Major Case detective, SWAT Officer, Attorney; Twitter: @ShelnuttLawFirm
Dr. Shari Schwartz – Forensic Psychologist, Mitigation Expert, Trial Consultant
Irv Brandt – (Retired) US Marshals Service International Investigations Branch, Author: “GOING SOLO; The Gospel of Luke” and “SOLO JOURNEY; Buddha Knights.” Both are available on Amazon
Joe Scott Morgan
JoScott Morgan – Professor of Forensics: Jacksonville State University; Author, “Blood Beneath My Feet;” Host: “Body Bags with Joseph Scott Morgan”
Stephanie Pagones – Crime Reporter, Fox News Digital, Twitter: @steph_pagones

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