Two-division boxing champion Gervonta “Tank” Davis has been indicted on 14 counts related to a hit-and-run crash in Baltimore in November.
According to police, a car ran through a red light and struck a Toyota Solara, which had four adults in the car. Witnesses identified the vehicle as a Lamborghini Urus and say Davis was behind the wheel before he and a female passenger fled the scene on foot.
Following the collision, witnesses say a black Camaro arrived at the scene and people started loading items from the Lamborghini into the Camaro before Davis and his passenger left in the black vehicle. In addition to witnesses, police also say surveillance footage proves Tank Davis was behind the wheel of the car.
The four people inside of the Toyota Solara were injured in the crash and were transported to the University of Maryland Shock Trauma. While the passengers’ injuries weren’t threatening, the driver was believed to have suffered a serious injury.
Davis has been charged with:
– Four counts of Failure to return and remain at the scene of an accident involving bodily injury
– Failure of the driver involved in an accident to render reasonable assistance to an injured person
– Failure of vehicle driver involved in an accident to furnish required ID and license
– Failure of vehicle driver involved in an accident to exhibit license to police
– Failure of vehicle driver involved in an accident to report to nearest police
– Failure of vehicle driver in an accident to locate and notify owner of unattended property of damage
– Failure of vehicle driver in an accident to furnish required ID information in writing on unattended vehicle
– Person driving a motor vehicle on a highway on suspended license and privilege
– Person driving a motor vehicle on a highway on revoked license and privilege
– Driving a motor vehicle on highway without required license and authorization
– Driver fails to stop at a steady circular red signal.
If convicted of all charges, Gervonta Davis faces a potential maximum of 7 years and 55 days in prison.
Source: The Baltimore Sun