Tate High School Baseball Concession Stand Burglarized

February 11, 2020

Someone broke into the Tate High School baseball concession stand over the weekend.

A large brick was thrown through a window, and about $300 worth of food and drink were stolen, according to the baseball booster club.

Anyone with information is asked to contact Coach Karl Jernigan or Principal Rick Shackle at the school at (850) 937-2300.

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3 Responses to “Tate High School Baseball Concession Stand Burglarized”

  1. Re on February 11th, 2020 6:38 pm

    Probably the same ones that broke into the girls soccer concessions 2 times last year.

  2. Diane Darville on February 11th, 2020 10:29 am

    Hope the culprits are found,. There is no excuse for this…just plain meaness. People invest a lot of time and money to give the kids a good activity and this stand helps to finance the teams.

  3. Trash on February 11th, 2020 7:56 am

    When you start doing stuff like this to the kids you are nothing but trash I hope you choke on whatever it was you stole someone broke into cantonment ballparks concession stand over the fall ball season that’s low low stealing from the kids need a good ol a*+ kicking if you ask me

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