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Boxer Gervonta 'Tank' Davis Was Driver In November Hit-And-Run Crash In Baltimore That Led To Multiple Injuries, Police Report Shows

BALTIMORE (WJZ) -- Boxer Gervonta "Tank" Davis was the driver in a November hit-and-run crash in Baltimore that left multiple people injured, according to a police report.

The crash happened at the intersection of Martin Luther King Jr. and Washington boulevards just before 2 a.m. on November 5. According to the report, a 2020 Lamborghini Urus SUV ran a red light and hit a 2004 Toyota Solara.

A source previously told WJZ Davis was in the Lamborghini but did not specify whether he was the driver or a passenger.

According to the report, the three people inside the Lamborghini fled the scene. It lists four people as being in the Toyota, one of whom suffered a suspected serious injury. Two others were listed as having suspected minor injuries and the fourth was listed as having a possible injury.

Fliers had circulated showing an event with Davis at a nightclub earlier that night. A law enforcement source told WJZ Davis was at the club from midnight to 1:30 a.m.

So far, no charges have been filed in the case.

In a statement to WJZ, Baltimore City Police said they're working with the State's Attorney's Office and their investigators to determine if charges should be filed.

Hours after this story broke, Davis sent out a tweet that included photos of him getting into a Lamborghini SUV.


"Never went out bad, learned a lesson..made it this far, it's a blessing!" he said.

This is not Davis' first run-in with the law. Last February, he was charged with battery after a viral video allegedly showed him in an altercation with his ex-girlfriend.

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