Toccoa - Toccoa Police Department has confirmed the body of Patricia Hall was found deceased in a wooded area off East Franklin Street in Toccoa.
Her body was discovered around 1:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 24.
Kenton Hall has yet been captured and considered armed and dangerous.
ORIGINAL STORY: Two overnight stabbings and a potential abduction have led law enforcement on a search for the man they believed are responsible.
According to Police Chief Jimmy Mize, 48-year-old Kenton Deshaun Hall, of Toccoa, is believed to be the suspect of the stabbings that occurred at a residence on Mill Street yesterday evening, Monday, Sept. 23.
Law enforcement arrived on the scene to find two victims who had been stabbed numerous times.
The victims were identified as 64-year-old Robert Maxwell, and 66-year-old Nancy Johnson. Both were eventually transported to Northeast Georgia Medical Center.
Hall is described as a black male around 5-foot-11 and weighing 178 pounds.
49-year-old Patricia Hall, of Toccoa, is identified as Hall’s wife and is currently unaccounted for.
On July 24th, Patricia Hall posted on Facebook “Ok it's time I set all this stuff straight. Kenton Hall does NOT abuse me. He doesn't beat on me or treat me disrespectful, no matter what you have heard about anything that was said to have happened between us. Whether you heard it from me or someone else, IT IS A LIE! He is the most loving, thoughtful, caring person I have ever came across in my life, and I have treated him horrible. I've lied to him, stole from him and us, ran off to get high on many occasions, and just never respected the true man that he is. And for that, I deeply apologize to him and his family for all the hurt and pain I have caused. I also am deactivating my Facebook account and I will not be making another one. Kenton, you deserve the best life has to offer and I will forever strive to be the person you have always seen in me. I am eternally grateful for all your love and support you have always given me and I hope that one day I will re-earn your trust in me. So now its time for me to put my big girl panties on and dig my heels in for the hardest trial I've ever had to go through. I am no longer playing the victim in any scenario. I will rise up and defeat these demons that I'm letting destroy my life and going to regain my self worth and self respect. To all my family and extended family, I do apologize for all the pain and many tears I have brought into your lives. I'm just asking that you don't give up on me and I truly do love you all.”
The two got married earlier this year. Her condition is still unknown.
Anyone who sees the pair is asked to either call 9-1-1 immediately or the Toccoa Police Department at (706) 282-3244.