Friday, January 7, 2011

Dunwoody Police Remain Silent; School Meetings

Hemy Neuman
DUNWOODY, GA -- Two days after the arrest of Hemy Neuman, Dunwoody Police have shed no light on his motivation for allegedly killing Rusty Sneiderman outside a day care center November 18th.
After announcing a press conference to talk about the high profile killing, it was abruptly cancelled by police. Sgt. Mike Carlson released a statement that directed all questions about the case to the DeKalb County District Attorney.
It is a case that has been followed intently by the media despite very little information from police or prosecutors. On Tuesday police announced the arrest of Neuman, but two days after that brief news conference law enforcement has not answered the question on everyone's mind: What was the motive? "For the integrity of the case I won't be able to answer any questions," Sgt. Carlson said.
DeKalb District Attorney Robert James made a similar brief statement Thursday. "I understand there's a lot of speculation," James said. "My job is not to speculate, it's to find the truth."
Former DeKalb County District Attorney J. Tom Morgan said there's a reason for that response. "He's absolutely prohibited from saying anything other than what's contained in that arrest warrant," he said.
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School Related Meetings

Do you want to learn more about the recent Dekalb County redistricting?   If you live in either the Chateau Woods or Georgetown neighborhoods, there is a meeting scheduled for 2 p.m. tomorrow at the Georgetown clubhouse. 

There will also be DeKalb County School System public input workshops at the following times and places.  If you have issues with either of the county's plans, make sure you attend and let your voice be heard!

Miller Grove H.S., Tuesday, January 11 at 6:30
Chamblee H.S., Thursday, January 13 at 6:30
McNair H.S., Tuesday, January 18 at 6:30
Stone Mountain H.S., January 20 at 6:30

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