Marjorie Diehl-Armstrong, who was convicted in Pizza Bomber case, dies


ERIE, Pa. — Marjorie Diehl-Armstrong, who was convicted of conspiracy in connection with the Pizza Bomber case, died Tuesday. She was 68.

A spokesperson with the U.S. attorney’s office in Pittsburgh confirmed that Diehl-Armstrong died Tuesday at the Carswell Federal Medical Center in Fort Worth, Texas.

Diehl-Armstrong was sentenced in 2011 to life plus 30 years after she was convicted of conspiracy to commit an armed bank robbery and two other charges related to the August 2003 death of pizza deliveryman Brian Wells. Wells was killed when a bomb locked to his neck exploded.

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