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Suspect in Dunwoody Preschool Shooting Denied Bond


There were new details Wednesday about the connection between the man who was gunned down while dropping his toddler off at a Dunwoody daycare last fall and the man now accused of pulling the trigger.

FOX 5 News confirmed that Rusty Sneiderman's suspected killer, 48-year-old Hemy Zvi Neuman worked at General Electric, the same company as Sneiderman's wife.

Neuman appeared at the DeKalb County Magistrate's Court Wednesday afternoon where he requested a public defender. He was not given bond because a magistrate judge does not have the authority to do so.

Dunwoody police arrested Neuman Tuesday in connection with Sneiderman's shooting death outside the Dunwoody Prep School last November. Sneiderman's young son attended the preschool, and he had just dropped the 2-year-old boy off when the shooting happened.

Dunwoody police say Neuman is a resident of Buckhead. FOX 5 News has learned he was also a former resident of Cobb County. Real estate records indicate he and his former wife owned a home in Marietta near the corner of Roswell Road and Johnson Ferry Road.

Neuman is the father of three children and earned a bachelor's degree in aerospace engineering from Georgia Tech in 1984.

According his Facebook page, Neuman posted a New Year's Day greeting to his friends and wished them a successful 2011.

Neuman faces charges of felony murder and is currently being held without bond in the DeKalb County Jail.

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