‘We Are Here Today Because Evil Is Real': Mourners Pack Funeral for Woman Slain in Lower Greenville

For Claudia Aragon, phone calls with her little cousin were a daily dopamine hit. Aragon spoke glowingly of her cousin, Sara Hudson — from changing her diapers when she was born, to cherished rides to and from school, to Hudson’s recent success in a sales job at Schneider Transportation after she graduated from the University of Arkansas.“I loved her voice. I loved all her enthusiasm,” she said. “But see, I wasn't the only person who loved Sara. Everybody loved Sara.”Hundreds packed the pews Monday at Saint Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church in North Dallas, where sunlight peeked through stained-glass windows over the altar that was decorated with a bright burst of orange, yellow and purple flowers. Hudson was found shot to death Aug. 19, her 22nd birthday, in a burning car parked a few blocks off of Greenville Avenue.Police say she crossed paths with 49-year-old Glen Richter on her way to celebrate with friends.  Continue reading...

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