Putnam man sought on multiple meth charges
WINFIELD, W.Va. -- The Putnam County Sheriff's Department is searching for a man wanted on methamphetamine charges.
Michael Holliday, late 40s, of Hurricane Creek Road, is wanted on charges of operating or attempting to operate a clandestine drug lab and exposure of children to meth manufacturing and possession of pseudoephedrine, according to Putnam County Sheriff Steve Deweese.
Deweese said two others have already been arrested in connection with the alleged meth-making charges Holliday is wanted for.
Misty Dawn Meadows, 33, of Huntington, and Christopher Coyner, 46, of Hurricane Creek Road, are both charged with operating or attempting to operate a clandestine drug lab. They are being held in the Western Regional Jail on $100,000 bail each.
Michael Holliday is the brother of Marshall University head football coach Doc Holliday and the son of retired Circuit Judge James Holliday. Coyner is the son of Jack Coyner, a member of the Putnam County Board of Education.