On Aug. 31st, Timothy Claytor was released from the Logan County Dentention Center on a $500,000 unsecured bond.
But on Friday, Sept. 7, Claytor was indicted for murdering Dale Holloway.
Claytor turned himself back into the detention center.
On Thursday, he appeared in circuit court for arraignment.
His bail is now a $150,000 cash bond.
On Aug. 30th Dale Holloway was released from jail for DUI charges at 9 that morning.
At 10 PM, he was dead.
And while police are still trying to connect the dots, friends of Timothy Claytor say he was defending his property.
"He's not a mean violent person. Somebody made the comment to me that he was out of jail and not he can go kill again that's not Tim. You know, he was protecting himself. He is not a violent person," Brandy Shelton, who says she's Claytor's best friend, says.
"Other than for self-defense, that's it. You know, he's always been a really good person to me," another friend, Jennifer Brock, says.
Claytor was previously arrested in 2002 for assault charges, but never served jail time.
Mike Smith told police he was walking out of a auto-parts store when Tim Claytor was waiting outside.
Claytor punched Smith in his left eye, and temporarily blinded him.
The court decided this morning to keep Tim Claytor in jail for several reasons.
"Length of Residency, employment all play into a stability factor to ensure that the defendant will appear in court if released on bond," Logan County Commonwealth Attorney, Gail Guiling, says.
Dale Holloway's family is looking to bring the man who killed their loved-one to justice.
"He's left behind 6 children and 11 grandchildren, myself and family, he's going to be missed terribly," Dale's estranged wife, Lori Holloway, says.
"He had just become a Christian. He had just been saved a few months ago. He was in church, I guess, everytime the doors were open," David "Butch" Holloway, Dale's brother, says.
Claytor will be in court again Sept. 27th.