Baker County Fair Association

Baker County Fair Association
Baker County Fair Association is listed in the Fairgrounds category in Macclenny, Florida. Displayed below is the only current social network for Baker County Fair Association which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Baker County Fair Association on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 48.

Contact information for Baker County Fair Association is:
5567 Lauramore Rd
Macclenny, FL 32063
(904) 259-7314

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Baker County Fair Association has an overall ZapScore of 48. This means that Baker County Fair Association has a higher ZapScore than 48% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Macclenny, Florida is 40 and in the Fairgrounds category is 52. Learn more about ZapScore.

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The Baker County Sheriff’s Office would like to thank everyone who came to show their support at the Charles Miller Memorial Golf Tournament on Friday, October 13th, held at the Bent Creek Golf Club. After a day of friendly competition, good food, and awarding prizes, we were able to issue a donation of $2,500 to the Florida Sheriffs Youth Ranches. Thank you to our volunteers for all of your hard work and our sponsors for your generous contributions!

Baker County Sheriff's Office added 10 new photos.
The ladies who work in the Baker County Sheriff’s Office facility and Sheriff Rhoden, would like to personally thank Tug Smith for preparing a beautiful luncheon for all of us, in an effort to promote Breast Cancer Awareness. He prepared the delicious meal entirely by himself and included all the small details. We are blessed to have you as a co-worker.

On 10/08/17 Deputy Keith Parker was dispatched to the Kwik Stop in Glen St. Mary, in reference to a stolen vehicle. Deputy Parker met with, Joshua Walker who said, he pulled up to the store and parked his 2016 black Ford Fusion on west side of the building. Mr. Walker stated he left his car running while he went inside the store. Mr. Walker advised that he noticed on the store's surveillance system that a white male got into his vehicle and left the store. Mr. Walker borrowed a cell phone from a friend of his, who was in the store, and began to track his cell phone which was left in the vehicle. According to GPS information the vehicle was traveling west on US 90 near The Little St Mary’s River Bridge. Deputy Parker made contact with the vehicle and activated his lights and sirens, signaling the driver to stop. The driver of the vehicle accelerated and began to flee as other units joined the pursuit which headed west on US 90 toward Lake City. The Columbia County Sheriff’s Office was notified that the pursuit was headed toward their jurisdiction. After the vehicle entered Columbia County, Stop Sticks were deployed by the Columbia County Sheriff’s Office causing the tires on the vehicle to deflate. The vehicle left the roadway and crashed in the tree line. The suspect exited the vehicle and fled into the woods. A perimeter was set up and K-9 Units were deployed which led to the capture of the suspect, Justin Baumgardner. Baumgardner was arrested on several driving offenses and an outstanding warrant from another jurisdiction. Baumgardner was transported to the Columbia County Detention Center. A warrant for Grand Theft Auto is being sought for Baumgardner who will later be delivered to Baker County for prosecution.

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In the early morning hours of 10/09/2017, Joseph Parish and Melissa Branch were contacted due to suspicious activity in the area of Horseshoe Loop off Reid Stafford Road in Glen St Mary, Fl. The defendants were observed in a silver car parked on a private driveway. Detective Crews made contact with the subjects and observed a large amount of smoke coming from the window. A glass pipe commonly used for smoking methamphetamine was observed lying on the center console of the vehicle. The female subject, Melissa Branch, attempted to conceal the pipe with a brown in color coat. Detective Crews asked Parish and Branch for their identification and ask them why they were parked in the private drive. Parish said he took a wrong turn and he did not have a license. Detective Crews observed an open suboxone strip package fall from his wallet as Parish was looking for his Identification. Other Deputies arrived and a BCSO K-9 was utilized to establish probable cause to conduct further searches. A pill bottle containing methamphetamine and various pills was located in the center console area of the vehicle. Branch was also in possession of suboxone strips packages which were located in her wallet. Parish and Branch were arrested and transported to the Baker County Detention Center.

Final Night of the Fair!