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CENTRE, AL (WBRC) -
A woman's body was discovered at Gadsden StateCherokee's campus in
Centre this morning, prompting school officials to cancel classes for the day.
The victim has been identified as Melissa L. Hudgins, 32, of Cedar Bluff.
Officials say she was a contracted custodial worker employed by a cleaning
company based in Anniston. She was also a mother to two children.
Officials are investigating Hudgins' death as a homicide. Centre Police
Chief Kirk Blankenship says they have several leads on a suspect, but no one is
in custody yet.
Hudgins' body was discovered around 9 a.m. Wednesday in a mechanical room
off of the athletic arena at the school. Investigators collected evidence from
inside the building as well as a dumpster outside. The school does have
surveillance videos, but investigators don't yet know if they cover the crime