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Man Accused in Dunwoody Daycare Shooting Indicted


A DeKalb County prosecutor says a grand jury has issued an indictment against an Atlanta man charged with murder in a November shooting death outside a Dunwoody preschool.

District Attorney Robert James said Tuesday the grand jury indicted 48-year-old Hemy Zvi Neuman on malice murder and firearms charges Tuesday morning in the shooting death of Russell Sneiderman.

Sneiderman was shot to death on Nov. 18 just after he dropped off his 2-year-old son at the preschool. Neuman was the supervisor of the 36-year-old Sneiderman's wife, Andrea, in GE Energy's quality and engineering department.

James would not comment on the investigation, but said he was confident of the state's case.  He said if he had not been confident he would not have taken the case to the grand jury.

On Tuesday afternoon, Andrea Sneiderman released the following statement about the developments in the case:

"The murder of my husband, Rusty Sneiderman, has been devastating to me and our families. I was thankful and relieved when the police made an arrest but I was shocked to learn that the man charged with the murder was my former boss, a person who we thought was a friend of our family.

I have been assured by the Dekalb County District Attorney’s Office that Mr. Neuman is Rusty’s killer and that they will do everything in their power to bring him to justice. My family and I are cooperating in any way we can to assist them in their efforts."

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