Tuesday, February 18, 2014
The WYFF report says Finley was at the county sheriff's office on another matter when an active warrant for her arrest was discovered. Chief Deputy Creed Hashe told the station that the store's owner had asked a Pickens County judge for the warrant years ago when Finley didn't return her video.
Hashe said Finley had been sent several certified letters asking her to turn herself in.
Finley spent the night in jail because her bond hearing couldn't be held until Friday morning. A judge released her on $2,000 bond.