Kaitlin Marie Armstrong

Did Fugitive Yoga Teacher Cross Into Canada Via Road Commonly Used By Asylum Seekers?

A Texas yoga teacher who allegedly fatally shot her boyfriend’s love interest in May may have fled to Canada.

Private investigator Jason Jensen told NewsNationNow that he believes Kaitlin Armstrong, 34, is using her sister’s name and may have fled to Canada. Armstrong is accused of killing cyclist Moriah Wilson, 24, after reportedly learning Wilson had slept with her boyfriend.

Fox News reported on Wednesday that Armstrong was spotted at Camp Haven compound in Livingston Manor, which is located in upstate New York. U.S. Marshals have not confirmed reports speculating about Armstrong’s supposed whereabouts.

“We don’t know if she was actually at that specific location,” Deputy U.S. Marshal Brandon Filla told Fox News Digital. “There are many possibilities, but we have to have facts.”

According to a CBC report, Roxham Road in upstate New York has been a common spot where asylum-seekers cross into the United States from Canada.

“Close to 50,000 have come into Canada in just two years at Roxham Road, stepping across the border at the unauthorized crossing,” the article stated.

It’s worth noting that officials have not confirmed whether they believe Armstrong, who is from Michigan, fled the country via Roxham Road.

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[Featured image: Kaitlin Armstrong/US Marshals]