The Dickson County, Tennessee Sheriff’s Office is preparing for another massive, county-wide search for the body of Joe Clyde Daniels. The search will be conducted Saturday, May 19, 2018. The sheriff’s department is making sure the volunteers assisting in the search are ready, both physically and mentally, for what they may encounter. Officials said volunteers must be physically capable of navigating hills, fences, brush, briers, streams, and areas of mud. All volunteers must have appropriate footwear; sandals will not be permitted. Volunteers are forbidden from having cameras or cell phones. Because the criminal investigation remains active, videos and photographs are not allowed. Volunteers are forbidden from having cameras or cell phones. Because the criminal investigation remains active, videos and photographs are not allowed. The search will begin at 7:00 a.m. on May 19 at Dickson County High School. Volunteers will be split up into teams, and buses will take the teams to various search areas. The search will continue until the nightfall, or until Joe Clyde Daniels’ remains are found. Volunteers are expected to commit to the entire search. All volunteers must sign the disclaimer by going to the Dickson County Sheriff’s website. If the weather Friday night causes Dickson County High School’s graduation to be rescheduled to Saturday, the search will still continue as planned. however, the meeting area will be at Crosspoint Church. Joe Clyde Daniels was reported missing April 4. His father, Joseph Daniels, later admitted to killing his son, who was five years old and had autism. Joseph Daniels reportedly will not tell police where his son’s body is located.