A Texas jury on Friday sentenced a woman to 90 years in prison for the May 2022 shooting death of cyclist Anna “Mo” Wilson in a case that sent investigators on a 43-day international search for the killer. Jurors deliberated for just over three hours before delivering the sentence for Kaitlin Armstrong, who investigators say tracked Wilson to the apartment where she was staying and shot her three times. They took only two hours on Thursday to convict her of murder. Prosecutors said Armstrong gunned down the 25-year-old Anna Wilson in a jealous rage. The cyclist had briefly dated Armstrong’s boyfriend several months earlier, and went swimming and to a meal with him the day she was killed. Armstrong’s defense attorneys had urged the jury to consider something less than life in prison. Under current Texas law, Armstrong, 35, will be eligible for parole in 30 years.
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