Let's give her the benefit of the doubt and presume that she is innocent of the charge. It is possible that the other women are the perpetrators and that your daughter did not assist them or know of their crime. She should not answer any questions posed to her, but should consult an experienced criminal defense attorney as soon as possible.
It is possible that this search warrant is invalid. This potentially means that evidence collected pursuant to the warrant would not be admissible in a criminal prosecution. There is also the possibility that you could file a motion in Court to have the property returned.
Yes; put State of Florida vs. (your name), the court case #, write "Notice of Discovery pursuant to Fla. R, Rule Crim. Pro. 3.220" and file it with the clerk of the court and send a copy to the State Attorney. Make sure your address is on there and sign it. Make sure you make all your court dates.
The Manatee County Clerk of the Court website is excellent. You should be able to look up your cases and see their status. If you have warrants, the first thing you need to do is turn yourself in. A Manatee County criminal defense attorney could help you by investigating the case, talking to the prosecutors, and appearing before a judge. The sooner you deal with this the better. You don't want this hanging over your head.
If you want to read more about this subject, Google Scholar is a great resource. Be careful when you read case law because every case is different. But here is a link to some Florida case law. Happy Reading.
A couple of other considerations to keep in mind. A key concern of the State Attorney's Office is to ensure there is restitution for the victims, that is, payment for their loss. For the Defendant, it is important to see if the Court will consider a withhold of adjudication of guilt should there be a plea to the charge.