Two days after being added to Crime Stoppers' "10 Most Wanted" list, Antonio Hall turned himself in at the Lee County Jail.
After being named as one of Lee County's most wanted fugitives, Hall turned himself in at the Lee County Jail on Sept. 1. Hall was set for first appearance before a judge the following morning, at which point a decision on bail is made.
Antonio Hall, 30, spent the lions share of his life wreaking havoc in Lee, Collier and Charlotte Counties - being charged with crimes ranging from drug dealing to murder.
In total, Hall has been arrested 17 times in Lee County, five times in Charlotte and four in Collier.
A known gang member, Hall's rap sheet is riddled with violent crimes, including two counts of homicide, three counts of premeditated murder, multiple counts of aggravated battery, drug dealing, armed robbery, shootings and the possession of high powered weapons by a convicted felon.
For some of his crimes, Hall has also been sent to state prison twice, once in 2009-10, and then again in 2011-12. This year, he has been jailed twice already.
"Antonio Hall is an absolute threat to our community," Trish Routte, Crime Stoppers coordinator, previously said. "For him, carrying illegal weapons and engaging in a lifestyle of violence is the norm - and that standard is not acceptable. This is an individual who chooses to align himself with other violent offenders and clearly has no respect for the laws of our society or the safety of those around him."