Trevis Hall murder charged : Pro boxer charged with murder in Queens girlfriend’s death

Trevis Hall murder charged : Pro boxer charged with murder in Queens girlfriend's death

Trevis Hall murder charged? Police have arrested a 28-year-old man in connection with the stabbing death of his girlfriend on a street in Queens.

Police say it happened Monday in broad daylight on Watson Place in the Jamaica section.

Trevis Hall was arrested Wednesday and charged with second-degree murder and two counts of criminal possession of a weapon.

Margarita Rivera, 31, was beaten with a metal pipe in the head and stabbed multiple times in the chest in broad daylight on Watson Place, near Polhemus Avenue, police said.

Both the pipe and the knife were found at the scene.

Rivera was later pronounced dead at Jamaica Hospital.

Trevis Hall, 28, a Golden Gloves champion known in boxing circles as “Black Mamba,” was arrested on Wednesday night and charged with murder and two counts of criminal possession of a weapon, police said.

Police said that Hall allegedly stabbed Rivera four times in the chest and hit her in the head with the pipe five times.

Trevis Hall was discovered hours after the incident, unconscious and intoxicated in a Dumpster miles away from the scene. He was later taken to Jamaica Hospital, where sources said doctors discovered that the boxer suffers from a heart condition that was previously unknown.

Days before the murder, Trevis Hall posted several messages about the dangers of revenge and anger on his Facebook page.

On Nov. 25, Trevis Hall wrote that “while seeking revenge, dig two graves one for yourself.”

Sources said that Hall was recently staying with his family in Far Rockaway, after he and Rivera had broken up a few weeks ago.

In early June, the boxer was arrested after he got into a fight with Rivera’s 19-year-old stepson, who lived with her, police said.

According to the criminal complaint, Trevis Hall punched the man in the face with a 2-pound dumbbell, breaking his cheekbone.

Trevis Hall pleaded guilty to misdemeanor assault on Oct. 7, and was given a conditional discharge, which would allow the case to be dismissed if he stayed out of trouble for a certain period of time, according to the Queens District Attorney’s office.

As of Thursday afternoon, Trevis Hall has not yet been arraigned on the murder charge, the Queens DA’s office said.