Andrea Sneiderman was arrested Thursday for murder, insurance fraud and perjury in connection with the death of her husband Russell Sneiderman.
The indictment issued by DeKalb District Attorney Robert James says that "Sneiderman and (Hemy) Neuman conspired among themselves and with each other to engage in an interrelated pattern of criminal activity motivated by and the effect of which was insurance fraud and pecunairy gain."
"The accused did act in concert with Hemy Neuman by giving Hemy Neuman the schedule for departure and return of Russell Sneiderman so that Neuman could kill Russell Sneiderman."
Other statements in the indictment:
- That Andrea Sneiderman received $960,000 in marital assets and $2 million from an insurance policy as a result of her husband's death.
- That in the fall of 2010 Andrea Sneiderman gave Neuman information about a walking path near the Sneiderman residence where prosecutors allege Neuman intended to kill Sneiderman.
- That in the fall of 2010 Andrea Sneiderman provided Hemy Neuman with her husband's schedule for the morning he was killed at a Dunwoody day care center.
- That Sneiderman testified under oath that she didn't have an affair with Hemy Neuman, didn't share a hotel room with him on a business trip and that she didn't know her husband was killed until she arrived at Atlanta Medical Center. Evidence and witnesses in the trial of Hemy Neuman run counter to her testimony.
- That Andrea Sneiderman made a false statement to Dunwoody Police when she said that Hemy Neuman didn't have anything to do with her husband's death.
Dunwoody Patch has this extensive coverage of the Hemy Neuman trial, including: