A local man with a prior record stands indicted in Nash County Superior Court for illegal drug-related offenses, judicial system records show.

Quatavious Hunter, 29, was charged on March 9, 2020, by a Nash County grand jury with possession with intent to sell and deliver heroin, possession with intent to sell and deliver marijuana and maintaining a place to keep controlled substances, records at the county courthouse said.

Hunter also was charged by the grand jury with possession of a firearm by a felon, the records said.

According to the indictment, Hunter had in his possession more than 1.46 ounces of marijuana.

All of the offenses allegedly occurred on Nov. 14, 2019, with the place where Hunter kept illegal drugs having been in the 100 block of Bunch Circle, the records said.

Meanwhile, Nash County District Court records said Hunter is charged by Rocky Mount police with failing to yield for a stop sign on Aug. 14 on Western Avenue near Mayo Street.

Hunter’s name also appears in the local Police to Citizen online link as having been arrested by police on Sept. 16 in the 600 block of Estell Street for illegal drug-related violations.


The statewide judicial system link said Hunter presently also is charged:

  • In Nash County with possession of a controlled substance, possession with intent to manufacture, sell and deliver a controlled substance, possession with intent to sell and deliver cocaine, possession of cocaine and possession of drug paraphernalia.
  • In Nash County with possession of a controlled substance in a jail.
  • In Nash County for no operator’s license and speeding.
  • In Edgecombe County with fleeing/eluding arrest with a motor vehicle, possession of cocaine, possession of heroin and maintaining a place for a controlled substance.
  • In Edgecombe County with no operator’s license, failure to heed a blue light or siren and failure to stop or steady for a red light.
  • In Wake County with speeding and reckless driving.

State Public Safety records also said Hunter has a list of convictions as far back as more than dozen years. More specifically, the records said Hunter was convicted in the following years in the following counties for the following offenses:

  • In 2018 in Nash County for speeding to attempt to elude or to elude arrest and aiding and abetting in delivering/selling illegal drugs.
  • In 2013 in Pitt County for robbery with a dangerous weapon and common law robbery.
  • In 2011 in Nash County for willful/wanton injury to real property and misdemeanor breaking and entering.
  • In 2009 in Nash County for misdemeanor breaking and entering and larceny.

Nash County Chief Deputy Brandon Medina said his records show Hunter was released from the Nash County Detention Center on April 16 after posting a $75,000 bond.

Hunter was released on bond the day after he was arrested for possession with intent to sell and deliver cocaine, possession of cocaine and possession of drug paraphernalia, Medina said.

Hunter had listed his address in the 100 block of Bunch Circle, Medina said.