Friends await arrest in Rumney killing
“He was an honest, nice man who weighed 130 pounds soaking wet,” said John Przybylak, who runs chiropractic practice in Buffalo, N.Y., in an area of Buffalo where Landseadel also had an office before he moved to Rumney eight years ago.
“None of us can understand how someone could shoot someone like David in the head and have no arrests made by now,” he added.
His body was discovered near some shared docks on Stinson Lake in Rumney shortly after 6 p.m. Sunday by local rescue crews who were alerted by a passerby.
Landseadel lived at 2279 Stinson Lake Road with his wife. They ran Plymouth Chiropractic together. His wife said she cannot speak about the shooting or the circumstances surrounding it.
Strelzin said the investigation includes getting accounts of the incident and personal histories from friends and neighbors of both Landseadel and his shooter, whom authorities have not named.
Przybylak, reached at his home in Buffalo, said he has been searching for information about Landseadel’s shooting and was surprised to find that investigators could perceive Landseadel as anything but a victim.
“We were surprised when he moved to New Hampshire eight years ago, he was so appreciated here. He used to do things for people all the time, and he wouldn’t hurt anyone, I know that. How can they think he deserved to be shot in the head?” Przybylak said.
Neighbors in Rumney, who did not want to be identified in news stories, said Landseadel kept to himself. His neighborhood is made up of mostly summer residents, they said.