COLEMAN, Fla.- Former Lee County Commissioner Tammy Hall was just released from federal prison.
Hall served six months at the Coleman Federal Correctional Facility, near Ocala, after admitting to misusing nearly $34,000 in campaign funds in 2010. She used the money to pay her mortgage and go on shopping sprees.
Hall paid the full amount in restitution and the money will be given back to those who donated to her run for commissioner, according to our partners at the News-Press.
She is expected to return to Lee County today.
Hall has a job offer from CFS Roofing, but it's unclear whether she will accept.