OZARK, Ala. (WDHN) — Dale County Grand Jury indicted an Ozark man on charges that occurred during a deadly hit and run accident in July earlier this year.
Trevonta Nance, 21, committed the offense of leaving the scene after an accident which resulted in a young child who subsequently died of the injuries incurred in said accident, according to the indictment. The mother of the child, who was driving, was also severely injured and admitted to Dale County Medical Center overnight for her injuries and was released the following day.
Nance was booked into the Dale County Jail on Tuesday morning at approximately 9:56 a.m. with a bond of $400,000.00. He was charged by a grand jury with one count of leaving the scene of an accident and two counts of discharging a firearm into a occupied dwelling.
No update on the other suspects who were involved in the accident, Alexander Mcleod, 38 and Jaquires Williams, 24, however WDHN News will have updates as they become available.
OZARK, Ala. (WDHN) — As WDHN reported on Fourth of July weekend, a hit-and-run accident claimed the life of a child and injured his mother.
The crash happened near the intersection of Mixon School Road and Saxon Lane. And one of the three suspects, Trevonta Nance, 21, was arrested on felony charges of leaving the scene of an accident. But, Nance’s attorney explains why he believes will be found not guilty.
“I think he was erroneously charged, I think when then evidence comes to fruition in that is in the court I think everybody will understand it was just a charge that should not have been brought,” attorney David Harrison said. “Because my guy, again, his car was not involved in any accident whatsoever, he did not contribute to any accident whatsoever, and that’s what the evidence is going to show.”
Harrison says he expects his client will be indicted, but ultimately will not be convicted.
Nance has been released from jail on bond.