Neuman Receives Life Sentence For Role In Foster Shooting Death
He was found guilty of first-degree intentional homicide along with carrying a concealed weapon following the July 2021 trial involving the shooting death of 30-year old Logan Foster.
Now, Devon Neuman has been sentenced to life in prison.
The shooting back in September of 2017 across from the Press Box Tavern in Fond du Lac ended with Foster being killed. Foster had been involved with Neuman and Jesse Schultz in an apparent drug deal, with the 3 men fighting over money.
Schultz was accused of firing the gun that killed Foster. He plead guilty to a charge of first-degree reckless homicide and was sentenced back in November of 2021 to 32 years in prison.
Neuman could be eligible for parole after 31 years.