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Man Wanted for Questioning in Sunday Hit and Run Crash that Critically Injured 12-Year-Old



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 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.


Devonta Hall, 24

Javarrion's bicycleRecovered Impala