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Atlantis' Alleged Dog-Throat-Slitter Goes Missing

Have you seen the Atlantis man who may or may not have slit the throat of his own dog recently?

Neither have the Palm Beach County courts -- which is a problem.

There's now a warrant out for the arrest of 40-year-old Kenneth Hall after he skipped out on a plea conference scheduled for yesterday.

It was last year when one of Hall's friends told the cops he watched him cut the throat of his 8-year-old dog, Fancy, a pit bull/Labrador mix.

Fancy was apparently doing dog stuff with one of his friend's dogs when Hall allegedly told his friend he was going to "put Fancy out of her misery."

So the cops say the friend saw Hall grab a pocket knife and cut the dog's throat, then stab it again for good measure.

Hall later told the cops the second stabbing was "to speed up the process."

According to police, there was no evidence the dog was injured before Hall allegedly did his part, but it came a little more clear to investigators after they interviewed Hall's girlfriend.

She told the cops her and Hall had a fight the night before in which she called Atlantis police to their place.

The woman told police that Hall called her after he allegedly killed Fancy and said, "I told you if you call the cops, I was going to kill her."

That's when the cops arrested Hall, and he was charged with animal cruelty.

The dog incident was Hall's ninth arrest -- according to the Palm Beach County Jail -- including serving almost three years in prison for DUI with serious injury.

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