11 News stopped by St. George’s Anglican Church, where Armstrong works now, to ask him why he didn’t show up for court. A church worker said he wasn’t there, even though his car was still in the parking lot.A minute later, his secretary told us [Armstrong] was at the church, but was on the phone. When asked if he forgot about his court date she replied, “No” and went onto say that this was all a misunderstanding.When [the news team left] the church, Armstrong’s car was gone.
I really do feel sorry for him. It's never fun to be caught in a web of one's own making and see the reality close in about one's self.
You can read it all here.
UPDATE: Ann Fontaine at The Lead posts on the development in Colorado here.
UPDATE: James in Colorado reports that there was, indeed, a mix-up concerning the date of Armstrong's court appearance. Subsequently, the warrant was rescinded by the court.
I debated whether to remove the post altogether, but, since the story was reported in Colorado News papers and was "findable" on the web, I chose to leave my post up with the correction.