Missing juvenile from Baker County found safe, child’s mother says

The Baker County Sheriff’s Office is asking anyone who may have any information regarding Brayden to please call 904-259-2861.

BAKER COUNTY, Fla. — UPDATE, 1/27/23: A woman who said she was the mother of Brayden Joiner called Action News Jax and said he has been found safe.

Original story below:

The Baker County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the community’s help in locating a missing juvenile.


Brayden Joiner left his home in Macclenny on Jan. 20 around 2:48 p.m. His family confirmed that someone with a vehicle picked him up from the family’s home.

There’s reason to believe that Brayden had made contact with a friend in the Mandarin area of Jacksonville, notifying them that he was headed that way. He has contacts in Mandarin near the the Old Kings/Baymeadows area.

Brayden does not have his phone.

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If anyone seem him or knows his whereabout, you are asked to contact the Baker County Sheriff’s Office at 904-259-2861.

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