The Austin woman accused of murdering pro cyclist Anna Moriah Wilson as part of a love triangle is now in the Houston area, days after being caught. Kaitlin Armstrong, 34, arrived at Bush Intercontinental Airport on Saturday, days after she was captured by U.S. Marshals in Costa Rica with a fake passport. She's now awaiting transport back to Travis County to face a charge of murder. According to county records, she will be held on $3.5 million bond. Armstrong also faces charges for immigration violations and unlawful flight to avoid prosecution. Investigators say Armstrong fatally shot Wilson on May 11th as part of a dispute over another cyclist the two women were romantically involved with.