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Man charged with lying to FBI in case of slain armored truck employee

Jimmy McBride, 33 (FOX 8) Jimmy McBride, 33 (FOX 8)
NEW ORLEANS (WVUE) -

Federal investigators have a man in custody they say lied to authorities about a shooting that left a man dead in an armored car robbery.

Deltoine Scott is charged with making a false statement to the FBI about his whereabouts when Jimmy McBride was shot to death near the corner of South Galvez St. and Tulane Ave. on May 31, according to a court document.

McBride, 33, was an employee of Loomis near the ATM at the Campus Federal Credit Union when he was killed.

A judge ordered Scott be held without bail.

Agents believe two men wearing facemasks are responsible for the killing. McBride was killed in an exchange of gunfire.

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