Warrant Reveals New Details in Fatal Roanoke Bike Crash

Roanoke, VA - A recently filed search warrant indicates the woman charged with killing a bicyclist in Roanoke tried to have evidence removed from her home.

According to the warrant, investigators have recorded phone conversations of Rikki Reynolds, made after the wreck, asking a person to retrieve items from her home in Salem.

The warrant lists alcohol, narcotics and prescription medications as items she wanted.

Reynolds faces more than 30-years in prison on charges she killed Earl Wright as he rode his bike home from work late last month.