Vigil held for Casselberry salon shooting victims


CASSELBERRY, Fla. - The families and friends of the victims who were killed in a shooting at a Casselberry salon attended a vigil on Thursday for the four women who were shot. Three of the women died.

Law enforcement officers and firefighters also attended the memorial outside of the Las Dominicanas salon on Semoran Boulevard. Casselberry religious leaders led the group in several prayers.

Investigators said Bradford Baumet shot his ex-girlfriend Marcia Santiago after her friend Eugenia Marte filed injunctions against him. Santiago survived, but remains in critical condition at the hospital.

Isabel Torres said she was a frequent customer and friends with both of the women.

"I just came by to remember her for who she was; the vibrant, brave, happy person.  She was full of life, she loved life, so this is what makes this death more senseless," said Torres

Baumet killed himself after the shooting.