Man Wanted for Questioning in Sunday Hit and Run Crash that Critically Injured 12-Year-Old
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Devonta Hall, 24, is wanted for questioning in Sunday’s 3:50 p.m. hit and run crash that critically injured 12-year-old Javarrion Fizer, who was riding his bicycle in the 3000 block of Richmond Hills Drive in Madison.
Roadway evidence shows that Javarrion was struck by a silver vehicle that would have front end damage. Today, a citizen’s tip led investigators with the police department’s Traffic Unit to an auto repair shop on Straightway Avenue in East Nashville where Hall, approximately one hour after the crash, dropped off a silver Chevrolet Impala with a broken windshield and front passenger side damage.
Anyone with knowledge of Hall’s whereabouts is asked to call Crime Stoppers at 615-742-7463. The direct web link to provide mobile and/or web tips is www.p3tips.com/161. Callers to Crime Stoppers can remain anonymous.
Hall is also wanted for an outstanding failure to appear warrant in relation to a domestic violence arrest last year. He has previous convictions for unlawful handgun possession, theft, and drug possession.
Javarrion remains in critical condition at Vanderbilt’s Children’s Hospital.