Jataveon Hall Biography
Jataveon Dashawn Hall was taken into Burlington Police custody on Sunday just before 2.30pm.
Hall allegedly broke into a home in Mebane and tried to steal electronics along with two accomplices on Friday.
He was thwarted by 11-year-old Braydon Smith, who was home alone. Smith hit Hall in the head with a machete, causing him to bleed and flee the home.
Later on, Friday Hall arrived at the emergency department at the UNC Hospital in Hillsborough for treatment for his head wounds and was transferred to UNC-Chapel Hill hospital. There was an arrest warrant out for him for the home invasion at the time.
Good for this little scrapper. Glad he wasn’t hurt. Is anybody surprised that Jataveon Hall looks like he does? Gangbanger fro is a dead give away https://t.co/6sr5FREsVX
— Jason Wilcox (@gjwmsu) June 18, 2019
Jataveon Hall Age
he is 19 Years old.
Jataveon Hall Charges
He’s facing charges including breaking and entering, kidnapping, assault on a child younger than 12 and interfering with emergency communications.
Jataveon Hall appearing now.
Hall is charged with breaking and entering, second degree kidnapping, assault on a child under 12, and interfering w/emergency communications. pic.twitter.com/dGGPGbh1Ir
— Sarah Krueger (@WRALSarah) June 17, 2019
The two other suspects remain at large.
Fast Facts You Need to Know
- Jataveon Dashawn Hall, 19, was arrested around 2.30pm on Sunday
- He was a suspect for a home break-in on Friday and evaded police for two days
- On Friday he allegedly broke into a Mebane, North Carolina home trying to steal electronics with two accomplices
- A brave 11-year-old in the home hit him in the head with a machete, causing Hall to bleed, drop the electronics, and flee the home
- He went to a hospital emergency room for treatment and after he was bandaged for his head wounds he fled still in his hospital gown to evade police
- Police say the hospital failed to notify them that the suspect had left the ER
- He’s facing charges including breaking and entering, kidnapping, assault on a child younger than 12 and interfering with emergency communications