Amanda Douglas, the former director of the Nature Coast Business Development Council and Enterprise Zone Development Agency, is being formally charged with two counts of grand theft and two counts of scheme to defraud in connection with money missing from agency accounts.
Assistant State Attorney Glenn Bryan confirmed on Wednesday that Douglas has made restitution of the funds and that he has recommended she be released on her own recognizance. He said the judge has signed the capias warrant allowing her release on her own recognizance after her arrest.
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