News Nearby: Lawrenceville Murder-Suicide, Andrea Sneiderman Charged
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GCPD Investigating Murder-Suicide - Lawrenceville Patch
On Saturday morning, Gwinnett County Police responded to a call at 7:30 a.m. about a domestic dispute at a home in unincorporated Lawrenceville.
When they arrived at 211 Ashland Creek Court, officers found a male and a female with gunshot wounds. Both were dead by the time GCPD came in.
Investigators say it appears to be a murder-suicide.
The man was aged 50 and the woman 37. It is believed the two were a divorced couple still sharing the same house. The couple's children, ages 10, 15 and 17, were home at the time of the crime.
Detectives are attempting to notify family members before releasing the victims' names. See Lawrenceville Patch for more on this story.
Andrea Sneiderman Charged In Murder Of Husband - Dunwoody Patch
Andrea Sneiderman has been charged with murder, insurance fraud and perjury in connection with the shooting death of her husband, Rusty Sneiderman.
The indictments were announced by the DeKalb County’s District Attorney Robert James on Thursday afternoon.
"We seek justice for anyone who lost a loved one in DeKalb County," said DeKalb DA Robert James.
DA-Elect: Juveniles in Pipe Bomb Case to Be 'Handled As Juveniles' - Canton-Sixes Patch
Based on the evidence she's seen so far, Cherokee County District Attorney-Elect Shannon Wallace said this afternoon that "there's been nothing to show" that two 14-year-old boys accused of making what appeared to be pipe bombs will be charged as adults.
"The juveniles will be handled as juveniles," she said. See Canton-Sixes Patch for more on this story.
Fishermen Discover Body in the Chattahoochee River - Smyrna-Vinings Patch
Cobb County police are asking for the public’s help to identify a body two fly fishermen discovered in the Chattahoochee River near an Akers Mill apartment complex around 7:30 a.m. Wednesday morning. The Crimes Against Persons Unit is investigating the case, as it’s believed to be a homicide.
Police describe the victim as a black male about 5’10” with numerous tattoos. Cobb County’s Public Information Officer Dana Pierce said the body is too badly decomposed to offer any other details about the victim’s features. See Smyrna-Vinings Patch for more on this story.