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Kade Holliday Sentenced to 57 Months for Stealing $1.58M

The former Craighead County clerk pleaded guilty to wire fraud. read more >
Kade Holliday, the former Craighead County clerk, made a commitment of $500,000 to establish jazz studies programs at Arkansas State University. That was before he was accused of embezzling $1.6 million from the county, which is suing to get its money back.
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First National Bank of Paragould Requests Holliday PayLock Icon

First National Bank of Paragould wants to move forward with its efforts to collect its debts from disgraced former Craighead County Clerk Jacob “Kade” Holliday. read more >
Kade Holliday, the former Craighead County clerk, made a commitment of $500,000 to establish jazz studies programs at Arkansas State University. That was before he was accused of embezzling $1.6 million from the county, which is suing to get its money back.
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Former Craighead County Clerk Lists Debts of $3.8M in BankruptcyLock Icon

Less than a month after former Craighead County Clerk Jacob “Kade” Holliday agreed to pay $1.4 million to the county to settle a civil lawsuit over allegations of embezzlement, the 32-year-old filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy. read more >
Kade Holliday, the former Craighead County clerk, made a commitment of $500,000 to establish jazz studies programs at Arkansas State University. That was before he was accused of embezzling $1.6 million from the county, which is suing to get its money back.
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Kade Holliday: Former County Clerk Accused of Fraud, All That JazzLock Icon

Five weeks after allegations surfaced that former Craighead County Clerk Jacob “Kade” Holliday had embezzled more than $1.6 million from taxpayers, another purported victim was still looking for answers. read more >