Quentarius Shavon Willis, Ardmore, is behind bars once again after being arrested and booked into the Carter County Detention Center just before Christmas on charges including domestic abuse, possession of a controlled substances, possession of paraphernalia, receiving, possessing or concealing stolen property and a motion to vacate on a previously filed charge of second degree burglary according to CCDC records.
Just after the holiday, court records show that the Carter County District Attorney’s office filed a felony charge of domestic assault and battery in the presence of a minor and misdemeanor counts of unlawful possession of marijuana and cocaine and possession of paraphernalia.
Charges were previously filed in Carter County for knowing concealing stolen property, a misdemeanor, in Dec. 2018 and a felony charge of treating to perform an act of violence in Sept. 2018.
According to district court records, a motion to vacate Willis’s suspended sentence in a 2016  felony case for a charge of robbery by force or fear was also filed in Carter County District Court. Carter County District Judge Dennis Morris set a $1,000 cash bond in lieu of bail and a hearing on the motion for Jan. 16 for that case.
Morris set the pending cases for Jan. 31 with a $5,000 cash bond and a no contact order as to the alleged victim.