The mother of a missing Florida toddler turned herself into police again on Monday, FOX News has learned.
Casey Anthony, the 22-year-old mother of 2-year-old Caylee who has been missing since mid-June, turned herself in to the Orange County Jail Monday on charges dealing with "economic crimes."
Carlos Padilla, a spokesman for the Orange County Sheriff's Department, told FOX News that Casey Anthony's charges stemmed from "economic crimes" dealing with stolen checks and petty theft.
Casey Anthony is scheduled to make her initial court appearance on Tuesday, MyFOXOrlando.com reports.
Padilla said the bond for the charges should be fairly low, meaning she could be back out of jail within hours.
"The defendant was arrested without incident at the Orange County Jail following a scheduled visit with her home confinement release supervisor," Padilla told MyFOXOrlando.com. "She was with counsel at the time of her arrest and is expected to remain in custody until her first appearance tomorrow morning."
Anthony has been charged with child neglect and making false statements to investigators in Caylee's disappearance. Investigators have called her a suspect in the case.
The Anthony family reported Caylee missing in mid-July. The girl hadn't been seen for a month before Casey Anthony told authorities.
Police now say they believe Caylee, whose third birthday was Aug. 9, is dead based on forensic evidence of a decomposing body and DNA matching that of the toddler found in Anthony's car.