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    (CNN)Kaitlin Marie Armstrong, the woman suspected of fatally shooting 25-year-old elite cyclist Anna Moriah "Mo" Wilson in Texas in May, sold her Jeep to an Austin dealership, the US Marshals Service said Thursday. Anna Moriah "Mo" Wilson.Investigators from the Lone Star Fugitive Task Force learned that Armstrong sold her black Jeep Grand Cherokee to a CarMax dealership for $12,000 on May 13, the day after Austin authorities questioned her, a Marshals' statement said. She boarded the flight out of Austin the next day. Armstrong, 34, is a real estate agent and yoga teacher based in an Austin, Texas, and now a fugitive. She is wanted for the May 11 shooting of Wilson, who had previously dated Armstrong's boyfriend -- 35-year-old professional cyclist Colin Strickland -- in what investigators believe may have been a violent act of romantic jealousy. Here is what we know about the case:On May 11, the day of the killing, Wilson told her friend she was going for an afternoon swim with Strickland, days before the Gravel Locos race in Hico, where she was staying with...
    The sailor charged with arson for allegedly setting aflame the 40,000-ton USS Bonhomme Richard, injuring 63 people, has been identified in an NCIS search warrant as a failed Navy SEAL bent on revenge. Ryan Sawyer Mays, 20, was named the primary suspect for the first time in the legal document, which was obtained by the Daily Beast and seen by the Daily Mail. Investigators were led to Mays after interviewing the 177 service members assigned to the Bonhomme Richard and several of them claimed to either see Mays around the scene of the fire before it was set, hear him say he was guilty while talking to himself or hear him express extreme disdain for the Navy.  The warrant also says a polygraph revealed Mays was lying about certain relevant questions pertaining to the events of July 12, 2020, the day the fire was set. And further red flags were raised when Mays allegedly also lied to investigators about his personal life, claiming he had gotten another sailor pregnant. When she was questioned, the sailor denied ever being pregnant and...
              Ohio State Representative John Becker (R-Union Township, Clermont County) filed a Private Citizen Affidavit announcing 10 criminal charges against Ohio Republican Governor Mike DeWine late Monday morning. Hours later, Clermont County Prosecutor D. Vincent Faris told the Cincinnati Enquirer, “I do not find any basis for the filing of a criminal complaint pursuant to this affidavit.” The Private Citizen Affidavit was filed with the Clermont County Municipal Court at 11:03 a.m. The affidavit outlines 10 charges – seven felonies and three misdemeanors, as follows: Engaging in a pattern of corrupt activity Complicity Terrorism Making terroristic threat Inducing panic Conspiracy Bribery Interfering with civil rights Coercion Patient abuse and neglect In a released statement, Representative Becker said “Per Ohio Revised Code 2935.10(A) and supporting case law, the court ‘…shall forthwith issue a warrant for the arrest of the person charged in the affidavit…’ or ‘…shall forthwith refer the matter to the prosecuting attorney…’ Upon closer examination of 2935.01(A), and because ‘it charges the commission of a felony,’ it is clear that, ‘unless [the...
    Pinellas County Sheriff Jason Copenhaver Jason Copenhaver is the Florida man accused of spitting on a child’s face at a restaurant and then telling the boy, “You now have coronavirus.” Copenhaver, 47, was arrested and is facing misdemeanor charges. According to the arrest report, Copenhaver also attempted to hit a staff member before he was forcibly removed from the restaurant. He told police officers he has never been tested for COVID-19 and was not sure whether he had contracted the virus. The confrontation happened on Treasure Island, which is located west of Tampa in the Gulf of Mexico. Here’s what you need to know: 1. Jason Copenhaver Approached a Boy Wearing a Mask & Told Him to Take it Off, Police Said Treasure Island PoliceJason Copenhaver The confrontation happened at Ricky T’s on Treasure Island on August 2, Fox13 reported. According to the arrest affidavit, Copenhaver entered the restaurant around 9:30 p.m. and approached a boy who was wearing a mask. The affidavit did not specify the boy’s age but noted that he was a...
    SAN ANTONIO – A San Antonio man was charged with kidnapping after surveillance images captured him and a runaway teenager at a store in Wyoming. Andres Hernandez, 28, was arrested Thursday on suspicion of kidnapping, Bexar County Jail records show. The parents of a 16-year-old girl called police on May 25 to report the teen never came home. They believed she was with Hernandez, according to the arrest affidavit. During the previous night, the teen’s sister had confronted her about her relationship with Hernandez. The two worked together at a local fast food restaurant, according to the affidavit. Neighbor heard ‘a lot of screaming’ after shooting, crash in west Bexar County Eventually, police received information that indicated the two were in Wyoming. Investigators obtained surveillance video from a retail store in Evanston, Wyoming, which allegedly captured the couple there. “The defendant intentionally took (the teen) outside of Texas more than 120 miles from her residence,” according to the arrest affidavit. Hernandez’s bail was set at $35,000, jail records showed. Copyright 2020 by KSAT - All rights reserved.
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