Hello jimmyscookie and welcome to the forum.
... has to be one of the best questions I have seen in a long time ...:D
I'm not able to test out this suggestion - it's a bit data specific and further influenced by what the PDF interpretation is doing - but this may be one of the rare occasions for the suggestion to use the original (read elderly) Postal Line Trap concept. I'm assuming that your sample as reported indicates a regular US postal line as the 'always present' detail and the variable number of lines above represent any extra information pertaining to the address.
Do read the Help entry for the Postal Line Trap. In particular the section on "Capturing Address Blocks with Varying Lines via the Postal Line Trap".
There are some logical constraints in how it works. Especially note the observations regarding the number of lines selected for the template. You need to assees the number of lines possible for the largest address record you are likely to find in the report and select the number of sample lines according. The trap and template will deal with shorter records.
If these are not addresses you may need a different solution - and I can't guarantee that this will work for you but it's where I would start (I think).