Beth McLaughlin, the director of community and school affairs for Houston County, told Macon-based WMAZ-TV that Holliday, who had worked with the district since 2007, resigned for personal reasons. She would not comment on whether he was under investigation at the school before his resignation. She told the news station parents were not notified of the arrest.
The investigation began Aug. 2, which is a day after deputies received a referral from the Division of Family and Children Services, according to an incident report obtained by AJC.com. The incident allegedly took place at Holliday’s home in Perry on July 31, 2016.