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Jennifer Finch Arrested for the 49th Time; She Also Has a Bit of a Beard

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On Monday, 33-year-old Daytona Beach resident Jennifer Finch was arrested for the 49th time, this time for allegedly trespassing, then trying to bring drug paraphernalia into the jail.

It's been just over ten years since her first arrest, according to a mug-shot archive of the Volusia County Sheriff's Office, many for trespassing and/or cocaine possession -- although she's only been sentenced to prison once, where she served eight months of a one-year sentence for cocaine possession before being released in December 2007.

After the jump, check out the New Times compilation all 49 mug shots in Finch's repertoire, including the slight aforementioned beard:

You can also browse the mug shots individually here.

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