Man convicted of killing armored car employee seeking new trial

Man convicted of killing armored car employee seeking new trial
Jerome and Armstead Kieffer are on trial in federal court this week, accused of participating in and helping orchestrate a failed armed robbery at Campus Federal Credit Union in the 2200 block of Tulane Avenue on May 31, 2017. Armored truck driver Jimmy McBride was fatally shot in the attempted robbery. (Photo by Michael DeMocker, NOLA.com | The Times-Picayune) (Michael Democker) (Source: NOLA.com)

NEW ORLEANS (WVUE) -One of the men convicted of killing an armored car employee is seeking a new trial.

Jerome Kieffer and his father, Armstead, were convicted in October of felony murder for the 2017 attack on a Loomis armored car.

The victim, James McBride, died in the robbery attack at the Campus Federal Credit Union on Tulane Avenue.

Jerome want his conviction overturned and a new trial.

A judge set the hearing for next month.

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