Gervontae Davis was involved in a hit-and-run incident last November and is now indicted on a long list of charges.
According to the Baltimore SunDavis has been indicted on 14 counts in Baltimore Circuit Court on Monday. Authorities say Davis’s car ran a red light and collided with a Toyota Solara containing four adults. Davis and a woman were inside the car, but fled the vehicle on foot.
Tank was seen by eyewitnesses, but there is also surveillance that captured Davis as a driver. He is accused of:
- Four counts of failing to return and remain at the scene of an accident involving bodily injury
- If the driver involved in an accident does not provide reasonable assistance to an injured person
- If the driver of the vehicle involved in an accident does not present the required identification and license
- Failure to present the license to the police by the driver of the vehicle involved in an accident
- The driver of the vehicle involved in an accident does not report to the nearest police.
- Failure of the vehicle driver in an accident to locate and notify the owner of the neglected property of the damage
- If the driver of the vehicle in an accident fails to provide the required identifying information in writing on the vehicle without supervision
- Person driving a motor vehicle on a highway with a suspended license and privilege
- Person driving a motor vehicle on a highway with a revoked license and privilege
- Driving a motor vehicle on the highway without the necessary license and authorization
- The driver does not stop at a constant circular red signal.
If convicted, Davis could face more than 7 years in prison.