DECATUR, Ga. - A grand jury has added additional charges against Andrea Sneiderman in connection with the shooting death of her husband outside a Dunwoody Daycare in November 2010.
Sneiderman now faces 16 counts in connection with the death of her husband Rusty. The counts include malice murder, felony murder, aggravated assault, hindering the apprehension of a criminal, concealment of material facts, four counts of making false statements and seven counts of perjury.
The new indictment eliminates charges of racketeering and insurance fraud. It also eliminates a detailed storyline published in the original indictment, which alleges that Mrs. Sneiderman was motivated to kill her husband in order to be with Neuman. Since then, prosecutors have suggested that she wanted her husband eliminated so she could be with another man, Joseph Dell.
Dell is not named in the new indictment, nor is a substitute storyline offered.
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Andrea Sneiderman was initially indicted last August for allegedly having her ex-boss Hemy Neuman shoot her husband to death outside Dunwoody Prep, the day care center where Rusty Sneiderman had just dropped off the couple's son.