Their focus was a home on Faucett Street belonging to Dr. Larry Amos, a dentist for whom Hall had worked at the time the 18-year-old went missing.
K9 dogs from Lonoke County combed over the yard at 5309 Faucett (photo below) before a search warrant allowed then to look around inside the house.
Police tell us they received new information that gave them probable cause to get a search warrant, but they won't say what that information was or how it came to them.
Hours later they said while they did possibly come away with new leads in the case, they did not discover a body on the property.
Cadaver dogs and ground penetrating sonar -- along with crime scene techs were all on the property, but police are not saying what was discovered, if the cadaver dogs hit on the property or any other details of what was carried outside the home in brown bags.
Hall's mother doesn't believe her daughter just walked away from her life, but not knowing what did happen is the hard part.
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