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Danny Baker

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Knightstown High School

HQ Phone:  (765) 345-5153

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Knightstown High School

8149 West U.S. Highway 40

Knightstown, Indiana,46148

United States

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In this Nov. 14, 2013 photo, a Taser X26 is shown as Knightstown Police Chief Danny Baker talks about being shot by the weapon to raise money for his department in Knightstown, Ind. Baker is trying to raise money to lease a new car for the department by agreeing to be shot with his Taser. (AP Photo/Michael Conroy)


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generic acticin KNIGHTSTOWN, Ind. - Knightstown police Chief Danny Baker has used pig roasts and golf tournaments to augment his department's shrinking budget, but badly in need of $9,000 for a new squad car, he's reprising his most shocking fundraising approach to date: getting shot by a stun gun. '> Have you got any...


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"I have three full-time, five part-time, and nine reserves, and we all have to use the same car," said Knightstown Police Chief Danny Baker.
He was shot with the Taser in a middle school gym on Wednesday, and the town clerk treasurer followed for what also became a teaching tool for young kids. A K9 officer also showed the crowd what his partner could do. Baker said he has tried everything else in the past to raise money for important tools that keep his officers and his community safe: hog roasts, poker runs, golf outings, donation letters and even an Elvis impersonator who collected donations. The chief said he believes he may raised $39,000 with this rare fundraising event, but he need $66,000 to buy two police cruisers, which is his goal. A Texas company even promised Baker $25,000 to skip the jolt, but he said he made a promise to his town when he received their donations, and he was going to be true to his word. In the end, chief said the company that he identified as Beck Communications, sent him a promise letter with the full amount of $25,000. The 63-year-old chief's wife of 38 years was in the audience during the event. Fox 59 asked the chief what she was thinking ahead of the big jolt. "She wants to pull the trigger," he said. "She likes to see me in pain, I guess." Baker also told Fox 59 a Fishers company promised to install the equipment in his cruisers for free, but he is not finished raising donations.


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In November, Knightstown Chief Danny Baker agreed to be hit with a Taser to raise money and promote the need for new cars.
So Baker and three drivers hit the road last week to pick up the free cars in South Carolina. Each Ford Crown Victoria Interceptor is in good working condition and has 100,000 miles or fewer on it. Baker said the new cruisers will be put to good use.


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Knightstown police Chief Danny Baker needs a new squad car, which might not be a tall order for a big-town police station, but for a town with a population of just over 2,000, the remaining $9,000 necessary to get the cruiser isn't a shoe-in.


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