A two-weight world champion could be in real trouble …
WBA grand jury Gervonta ‘Tank’ Davis is marked by a grand jury on 14 different counts of traffic violations.
All the allegations stem from the same incident on November 5 last year, where Davis, whose last fight came days earlier when he sent Leo Santa Cruz out on Halloween night at the Alamodome, was charged. accused of hitting.
WMAR Baltimore reports the charges include driving on a revoked license and failing to stay at the scene of an accident involving a bodily injury.
The report states: “According to court documents, on November 5, 2020 at approximately 1:55 a.m., Baltimore City police officers responded to the unit block of Martin Luther King, Jr. Boulevard and Washington Boulevard in Baltimore City for two crashes. vehicle between Lamborghini Uris 2020 and Toyota Solara in 2004.
“At 1:47 am, the red light camera located at Martin Luther King, Jr. (MLK) Boulevard and 700 Washington Boulevard showed the Lamborghini traveling south on MLK when the vehicle ran a red light and hit the front side. passengers of the Toyota Solara traveling west to Washington Blvd.
“The video captured from a nearby resource store showed the Lamborghini crashing directly into the shop’s fence and the driver was reportedly identified by witnesses as Gervonta Davis.”
Davis was linked with a return to the ring in the spring or summer against Mario Barrios unknowingly, but if convicted on all 14 charges he could face up to seven years and 55 years. put him on a day in prison.