More trouble for Kade Holliday, who resigned as Craighead County clerk after being charged with converting $1 million in public money to his personal use.
He was held in contempt of court last week for failure to provide a complete financial accounting in the suit filed against him by the county. The judge set a punishment of 15 days in jail, but suspended it on condition he meet new conditions. He was ordered to produce by Friday a complete list of all assets and produce by today a list of all debts, plus any gifts or investments greater than $500 that he’d made in 2020.
The court record doesn’t indicate if he’s satisfied the order. In addition to facing criminal charges and this suit, a contractor is seeking payment from Holliday for work it did to build a restaurant for him in Nashville.