2-time World Champion boxer Gervonta Davis wanted for assault at Tysons Galleria, police say

A warrant has been issued in Fairfax County for two-time World Champion boxer Gervonta Davis following an alleged altercation that police say happened in February at Tysons Galleria in McLean.

Police told ESPN, Davis, a Baltimore native, had an alleged run-in with a man at an ATM in the mall on Feb. 17.

Police say officers at the scene spoke with the alleged victim but did not file charges at the time of the incident.

Later, ESPN reports police said the alleged victim provided a sworn affidavit to a magistrate that he had been assaulted by Davis.

On Feb. 27, a warrant was issued for Davis' arrest for one count of assault.

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Police say they have made numerous attempts to contact Davis to inform him of his warrant. They have not been able to get in contact with him.

ESPN reports Davis could face up to one year and jail and a $2,500 fine if convicted.

Davis is a two-time super featherweight world champion and has a career record of 21-0 with 20 knockouts. He is represented by Mayweather Promotions, which is owned by boxer Floyd Mayweather.