The man suspected of killing a man in Dunwoody outside a day care on Nov. 18 was indicted for the crime, DeKalb County District Attorney Robert James announced Feb. 9.
Hemy Zvi Neuman, 45, was indicted by a grand jury on one count of malice murder and one count of possessing a firearm during the commission of a felony. Neuman is accused of killing Rusty Sneiderman, who had just dropped off his 2-year-old son at Dunwoody Prep on Chamblee-Dunwoody Road.
Sneiderman, a 36-year-old entrepreneur, was shot several times at point-blank range, according to police. Police have not said how many shots were fired or what kind of gun was used.
James declined to discuss those and other details of the case, and would not say if there were other suspects or if more arrests would be made.
“If we were not confident, we would not have taken it to the grand jury,” James said.
Arraignment has not been set. It usually takes at least a month after an indictment before an arraignment hearing takes place. James said he expected the arraignment to happen in the spring.
Andrea Sneiderman, the victim’s wife, worked under Neuman, an operations and quality manager at GE Electric Energy in Marietta, according to a company spokesman.
Andrea Sneiderman issued a statement after Neuman was indicted.
" The murder of my husband, Rusty Sneiderman, has been devastating to me and our
families," Andrea Sneiderman said. "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," she continued. "My
family and I are cooperating in any way we can to assist them in their efforts."