The Dickson County Sheriff’s Office is planning a massive search for the body of 5-year-old Joe Clyde Daniels.
The sheriff’s office is asking for 30-50 adult volunteers with emergency services backgrounds in law enforcement, firefighting, EMT or military services to serve as team leaders for a large-scale search for Joe Clyde.
All team leaders must be physically capable of leading a group of community volunteers through mixed terrain. All volunteers must have appropriate clothing, footwear and equipment to be considered as a team leader.
Those interested in serving as team leaders will be at Freed Hardeman Dickson at The Renaissance Center on Saturday at 3 p.m. in Room 105 at 3 p.m.
The search for professionals and community volunteers will be held on Saturday, May 19.
“The Dickson County Sheriff’s Office has worked continually to search properties in and around Tennessee City, and to follow up on all leads received over the last few weeks,” the sheriff’s office said in a news release. “The support the Dickson County Sheriff’s Office has received has been a testimony to the goodness of Dickson County residents, out-of-county volunteers, local and neighboring emergency service partners, churches, businesses, surrounding communities, and states.
“We hope local volunteers will be willing to help once again on Saturday, May 19, as we plan the largest search to date for Baby Joe.”
Additional information regarding community volunteers without emergency services experience will be released later.
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