AUSTIN (KXAN) -- The State will continue to call witnesses in the murder trial for Kaitlin Armstrong Monday.
Armstrong is accused of shooting and killing pro cyclist Anna Moriah "Mo" Wilson on May 11, 2022.
On Thursday, testimony ended with a digital forensic detective with the Austin Police Department going through GPS data he analyzed from Armstrong's Jeep. The State presented an interactive map that showed Armstrong's Jeep in the neighborhood of the east Austin home where Wilson was killed on the night of the murder.
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Back at the courthouse this morning for #KaitlinArmstrong's murder trial. Testimony ended last week w/ an APD digital forensic detective addressing GPS data showing Armstrong's Jeep near the home where prosecutors say she killed Mo Wilson in May 2022. Follow live updates here. pic.twitter.com/wKw3JtW9HU— Brianna Hollis (@BriHollisNEWS) November 13, 2023
Earlier in the trial, the state prosecutors displayed several home surveillance videos that show what they say was Armstrong's Jeep near the home at the time as well. Police also said they found Armstrong's DNA on Wilson's bike in the grass near the murder scene.
Armstrong's attorneys' primary argument during opening statements was that no cameras caught Armstrong herself at the home.
Cameras are not permitted in the courtroom during testimony, but KXAN has a crew inside and will update this article throughout the day.
History of the case
On May 11, 2022, Austin police found Wilson with a gunshot wound at an east Austin home. She ultimately died at the scene. Wilson, originally from Vermont, was in town for a race in Texas.
Police said Armstrong's Jeep was in the area of the home where authorities found Wilson dead around the time of the shooting. On May 14, surveillance video captured Armstrong at Austin-Bergstrom International Airport. On May 17, APD issued a murder warrant for Armstrong.
There is currently a gag order on the case, so no one connected to it can comment on the proceedings until the trial concludes.