Man arrested after body of AR college graduate found in burning SUV

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DALLAS (AP) — Dallas Police say a man has been charged with capital murder in the death of an Arkansas college graduate whose body was found in her burning SUV.

Photo Courtesy: KXAS and Dallas Police Department

Authorities say 49-year-old Glen Richter, was arrested and booked early Thursday into the Dallas County jail in the death of 22-year-old Sara Hudson, who worked in Dallas after graduating recently from the University of Arkansas.

Photo Courtesy: KXAS and Sara Hudson (Facebook)

Investigators say firefighters responded Monday evening to a report of a vehicle fire and Hudson’s body was found inside after the flames were extinguished. Authorities say she died of “homicidal violence.”

Her family says she was intending to meet with friends to celebrate her birthday.

Police have not revealed a motive in the killing.

Online jail records don’t indicate whether Richter has an attorney to answer the charges.

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