2 suspects in custody after death of UF student
February 3, 2011, 9:32 am
The badly burned body of 21 year old Saleha Huuda, a University of Florida student was found December 30th by firefighters responding to a brush fire. A month later, two people have been taken into custody and charged in connection with the death. According to the Alachua County Sheriff’s Office the two people are Antonio D. Drayton and Cassandra M. Kimbrough. Drayton has been charged with first-degree murder, and Kimbrough with accessory to first-degree murder. Both have been charged with grand theft, abuse of a dead human body, tampering with physical evidence and willful burning of lands. They are currently being held without bail. The victim, Huuda was a senior at UF, majoring in family, youth and community sciences.