As of Tuesday, July 3, 2012
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ALBANY -- An information technology applications support specialist with the Dougherty County School System on Tuesday turned herself in at the Dougherty County Sheriff's Office. Nanette Marie Hagood was freed on $7,500 bail after being booked downtown, a Dougherty County Jail spokeswoman said.
Hagood was indicted June 27 on five felony counts -- theft by taking, financial transaction card theft, financial transaction card fraud, computer theft and computer forgery.
The grand jury indictment states that Hagood unlawfully obtained property from the Dougherty County School Board, obtained a financial transaction card with the intent of defrauding the owner and used the card for the purpose of obtaining money. It also accuses Hagood of computer theft by using the card with the intent of appropriating money and charges Hagood with creating, altering and deleting a tangible document, committing forgery.