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Jennifer Finch Notches Arrest Number 50; Beard Slightly Trimmed This Time Around

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It took just over ten years, but 33-year-old Jennifer Finch managed to be arrested for the 50th time on Saturday and made her 50th trip to the Volusia County Jail.

This time around, Finch was popped by the Daytona Beach Police Department for auto theft and driving on a suspended license, according to the Volusia County Sheriff's Office.

Despite 50 trips to the county lockup in just over a decade, Finch has managed to land in prison just once.

That one sentence up the river involved Finch serving eight months of a one-year sentence for cocaine possession before being released in December 2007.

Many of Finch's arrests stem from cocaine possession and trespassing charges, according to the mug-shot archive of the Volusia County Sheriff's Office, and auto theft appears to be a new charge in her repertoire.

We'll dedicate the following video -- which we made after her 49th arrest in late August -- to Finch's 50th arrest:

[h/t: Megalodon]


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