Gervonta Davis was named as the driver in a November hit and run in Baltimore which injured at least three passengers.
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Two weight champion and Floyd Mayweather Jr. protege Gervonta “Tank” Davis has been listed as the driver in a November 2020 hit and run incident. The hit and run took place in downtown Baltimore during which at least three passengers were injured, as cited in a police report that was first reported on by the Baltimore Sun.
According to the report, Davis was listed as the driver of a 2020 Lamborghini Urus SUV, which struck a 2004 Toyota Solara after the former ran a red light around 1:53 a.m. on November 5. The report states that Davis was with two other passengers and that all three fled the scene on foot. The accident took place at the intersection of Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard and Washington Boulevard.
Police have listed Davis as the person who was at fault in the accident. He was identified by eyewitnesses as well as by surveillance footage from the scene of the accident.
The authorities reported that the Toyota had been destroyed and that one passenger was seriously injured, two had sustained minor injuries, and one was potentially injured. The passengers were two women aged 18 and 19 as well as two men aged 18 and 20. All four passengers were taken to the University of Maryland Hospital for treatment.
No charges have been filed against Davis, and the accident is considered under investigation.
“The investigation into the hit-and-run accident is still ongoing,” Lindsey Eldridge, the Baltimore police department’s chief spokesperson, said. “The department has turned over findings to the state’s attorney’s office, and we are working closely to gather and determine any charges that may be pending as a result of this incident.”
The office of Baltimore city state’s attorney Marilyn Mosby confirmed the ongoing investigation.
Neither Davis nor his promoter has released any statements.
This isn’t the first time that Davis has had a run-in with the law. His most recent trouble was in February of 2020 where he was arrested for domestic battery assault after he was filmed choking his ex-girlfriend at a basketball game. Before that, he had gotten in trouble for aggravated assault as well as other physical altercations.