- Associated Press - Monday, September 29, 2014

ATLANTA (AP) - The former secretary of a county district attorney’s office has been ordered to pay restitution in a theft case and will avoid prison time.

Spokeswoman for the state attorney general’s office Lauren Kane said in a statement Monday that Tammie Agan pleaded no contest to seven misdemeanor counts of theft and has been ordered to pay $7,400 in restitution to Douglas County.

Agan was accused of using fraudulent billing techniques to steal the money from the Douglas County District Attorney’s office.

Kane says Agan was sentenced under the First Offender Act to seven years of probation, which will be suspended when she pays restitution.

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