Sneiderman al­lowed to at­tend reli­gious ser­vices

The Covington News - - Around the Region -

DE­CATUR (AP) — A DeKalb County judge has ruled that a woman who is un­der house ar­rest un­til her trial in the killing of her hus­band out­side their son’s preschool can leave home to at­tend reli­gious ser­vices.

An­drea Sneiderman was granted per­mis­sion Thurs­day to at­tend ser­vices for Yom Kip­pur, Sukkot and Hanukkah at the syn­a­gogue where she is a mem­ber. Sneiderman was ar­rested in Au­gust and ac­cused of con­spir­ing with her for­mer boss, Hemy Neu­man, to kill her hus­band, Dun­woody busi­ness­man Rus­sell “Rusty” Sneiderman.

Neu­man ad­mit­ted to the killing and was sen­tenced in March to life in prison. An­drea Sneiderman has de­nied in­volve­ment in the murder.

An­drea Sneiderman was re­leased on bond but placed un­der house ar­rest last month and has been liv­ing with her par­ents in Roswell.

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