Found May 17, 2013 on Tireball.com:
PLAYERS: Jennifer Jo Cobb
Jennifer Jo Cobb will not drive her No. 10 truck in Friday nights NASCAR Camping World Truck Series race at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Cobb had competed in the previous four truck series races this season. Earlier this week Cobb’s race hauler was alleged to have been stolen. Veteran driver Mike Harmon was arrested for the theft but claims to be innocent. Harmon claims to have been in South Carolina at the time of the theft. Cobb has been involved in a legal battle with Harmon and her ex-boyfriend David Novak. Earlier this year her team van was stolen during the Daytona race weekend. The reason for Cobb opting not to race was engine related but she declined to talk in detail about it.
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