Police have taken away Kaitlin Marie Armstrong, a Texas female fugitive wanted for the suspected murder of elite cyclist Anna Moriah Wilson, “Mo” Wilson, who previously dated her boyfriend.

Armstrong (35) is from Austin, Texas. He was captured in Costa Rica, more than a month following Armstrong’s death, at 25.

“The U.S. “The U.S. Marshals Office of International Operations Homeland Security Investigationss and Department of State Diplomatic Security Service, in collaboration with Costa Rican authorities, found and arrested KaitlinMarie Armstrong on June 29th at Santa Teresa Beach in Provincia de Puntarenas,” according to the U.S. Marshals Service said in a statement. “Armstrong, aged 34, will now be deported and sent back to the U.S.”

The office said that the woman used a fraudulent passport to board a flight from New Jersey’s Newark International Airport to Costa Rica on May 18, a week after a friend of Wilson in Austin found the athlete fatally wounded after being shot multiple times and a day after the city’s police issued a homicide warrant for Armstrong’s arrest.