The man accused of killing a 22-year-old woman and leaving her body in a burning SUV just off Greenville Avenue has been indicted on a capital murder charge.
A Dallas County grand jury handed down its indictment of Glen Richter, 49, on Thursday. The document says he caused the death of Sara Hudson by shooting her and exposing her to smoke and fire, and that he killed her “in the course of committing and attempting to commit the offense[s] of robbery and kidnapping and sexual assault.”
Hudson was slain on her birthday, Aug. 19, when she had planned to celebrate with family and friends on Lower Greenville. Authorities were called to a burning white Chevrolet Tahoe in a parking lot in the 5600 block of Alta Avenue and found her body after extinguishing the flames.
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