During murder trial of Caitlyn Armstrong, Colin Strickland, the man involved in a love triangle, provided important new information. Strickland testified that he had a complex relationship with Armstrong for nearly three years.
He also revealed that he had a romantic involvement with pro cyclist Anna Mo Wilson while he and Armstrong were on a break. Strickland admitted to remaining in contact with Wilson and saving her number under a fake name to avoid conflict with Armstrong.
Text messages from the day of Wilson’s murder were also presented as evidence. These messages showed Strickland and Wilson discussing their evening plans before Wilson was dropped off at her friend’s apartment, where she was later found dead. The prosecution claimed that Armstrong’s jealousy motivated her to kill Wilson, citing security camera footage placing Armstrong’s Jeep Cherokee at the scene of the crime. The defense, on the other hand, argued that there was no direct evidence to prove Armstrong’s guilt and attempted to challenge the significance of the Jeep’s presence by suggesting that multiple people had access to it.
Strickland also testified that he had shared the security code to his home with around 30 other people, making it possible for others to have used the vehicle. The trial is ongoing in Dallas..