LaVergne said, "I think it's going to be highly unlikely that the Nevada Department of Corrections is going to have any type of resources to be able to transport Mr. Simpson anywhere".
"Our state should not become a country club for this convicted criminal", she said.
According to CNN, Simpson eventually wants to move to Florida, where he reportedly plans to work on his golf game.
Simpson's conviction came after he tried to retrieve items that he said were stolen from him after his acquittal in the 1994 killings of his ex-wife, Nicole Brown Simpson, and her friend Ronald Goldman in Los Angeles. He is eligible for release starting Sunday, but the Nevada Department of Corrections has released no details.
"He is definitely coming to Florida - but look at the map, it's a big state", LaVergne told the Tampa Bay Times.
Florida has not received any transfer paperwork from Nevada, said Ashley Cook, a spokeswoman for the Florida Department of Corrections.
Bondi wrote that if Florida does approve a transfer request for Simpson, he should be monitored with an ankle bracelet.
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And a close friend told The Sun Simpson will leave Lovelock Correctional Center as a "humbled" man.
O.J. Simpson wants to serve out his parole in Florida when he is released from prison in the next few days, but at least one high-ranking Sunshine State official wants his residency rejected.
Simpson's release is expected after nine years behind bars for his 2008 armed robbery and kidnapping convictions following a confrontation with two sports memorabilia dealers in a Las Vegas hotel room. He was later found liable for their deaths in civil court.
A close Simpson friend, Tom Scotto, said Simpson is scheduled to be released "shortly after" October 1.
"He's really looking forward to the simple pleasures", LaVergne said.
Simpson moved to South Florida in 1999, buying in 2000 the four-bedroom, four-bath home at 9450 SW 112th St.in a gated community in Kendall for $575,000.
In the letter, Bondi went on to say, "There is no justification under these circumstances for asking the taxpayers of Florida to foot the bill for hosting Mr. Simpson's parole, especially in light of the added dangers that his relocation would pose to our citizens".