Deceased/Not Found TN - Joseph 'Joe Clyde' Daniels, 5, autistic, Dickson, 3 April 2018 *Arrests*

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  1. flute4peace

    flute4peace Well-Known Member

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    Just asked my husband, and his answer makes a lot of sense. I'm kind of embarrassed I didn't think of it myself

    The human body isn't hot enough for the cameras to detect through a wall, but they can definitely pick up fire or smoldering electrical etc through a wall (that's what they use them for - so they don't have to tear up walls/ceilings unnecessarily). But they do pretty much have to have line of sight for a person - he used the example of an accident victim being behind a rise; it likely wouldn't pick them up.

    He also said if you take off your shoes & walk across a cool concrete floor, the camera will briefly pick up the footprints. (Your useless trivia lesson for the day lol)

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  2. Elainera

    Elainera Well-Known Member

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    Yes he had no shoes on, was reported. Maybe the witness didn't notice the missing shoes because he had socks on?

    But anyway, it's too early for a child to be wandering around alone.
     
  3. charminglane

    charminglane Helcat! Near the Rose Bowl

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    I have seen skeleton pajamas where the bones glow in the dark.
    Perhaps that is what the witness described?
    Not releasing that detail to the public would narrow down the true sightings.
     
  4. EntreNous

    EntreNous Active Member

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    I totally agree with you. Sadly, unless you have a child with ASD who elopes, it's so hard to understand. Parenting an autistic child can be exhausting and just when you think you have all your bases covered, they outwit you again. If they find him alive they need to invest in an Angel Sense tracking belt, a service dog that is trained to keep them from eloping and locks on the outside of his bedroom door.
     
  5. always reading

    always reading Well-Known Member

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    But wouldn't you put the key up high where he couldn't find it. It just puzzles me.

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  6. kikukohime

    kikukohime Well-Known Member

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    Depending on how difficult he is to get ready, how far away the school is and the parents routine, I don't see it as that early. He may need to play before school or have a bath. He may be very stuck to certain routines in certain circumstances. Also depends on how much sleep he requires.

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  7. kkdj

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    Maybe the driver was a teenager and just didn't put too much thought into it.
     
  8. Mimimom

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    good old fashioned eye hooks with a spring lock way up high will keep kids locked in. That spring is tough to open.
    I had them everywhere when my autistic son Was younger,...he was a runner and escape artist. I even put a slide bolt through the top of my sliding door frame and took off the handle lock after he locked me outside one day.
     
  9. Reba

    Reba Active Member

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    I know it seems early, but I also live in rural TN and the school bus comes by our house by 6:30 am. 5:20 am is not that early if you’re trying to get a small child dressed and fed before the bus comes.

    I miss having little ones, but it sure is nice when your teens can take care of themselves in the mornings and drive themselves to school [emoji4]. Oh, how I wish little Joe would come home to his momma. I can’t imagine her anguish.


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  10. MsMarple

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    Father Of Missing 5-Year-Old Describes Agonizing Search For His Autistic Son

    https://www.newschannel5.com/news/f...scribes-agonizing-search-for-his-autistic-son

    More at the link. Volunteers are being sent home for the night while LE continues to search. If Joe isn't found by morning LE asks volunteers to come back.

    Father says he's seriously considering an abduction but LE says there's no indication of foul play though they haven't ruled it out.
     
  11. Elainera

    Elainera Well-Known Member

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    Good point. Someone who has not much contact with kids maybe.
     
  12. swanniee11

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    I was on this thought as well. Did I miss or do we know when this driver saw Joe? He went missing around 5:20am ish. Reported at 6:30am ish. The person who saw him may not have seen him until 8am ish ( guessing here since I have not heard what time that witness saw him) he could have thought this child was walking to school/bus stop etc He was dressed in black. IMO. Unless I missed something. IMO
     
  13. mjp1228

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    No - parents noticed him missing at 5:20 am. Unless the witness gives a time he saw him, parents don't know when he left.
     
  14. Mistree

    Mistree Well-Known Member

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    I read it was 7 am. It’s on one of the msm links or msm fb.
     
  15. MsMarple

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    http://www.wsmv.com/story/37878606/endangered-child-alert-issued-for-5-year-old-boy-from-dickson
     
  16. kkdj

    kkdj Well-Known Member

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    The parents don't know what time Joe left the home. It is imperative to know what time the witness saw Joe and where.
    I'm unfamiliar with the area. What s the terrain like?
     
  17. swanniee11

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    I agree, we don't know if it was before or after the parents noticed he was missing.
     
  18. perfectingpink

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    I hope they keep going further out. Children often seem to be found on the perimeter of search zones.
     
  19. Busylady

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    I can not remember the name of the child, but she had Asperger I believe and got lost in the woods when she wandered into take a nature video, searchers tied bottles of waters to trees, and food in containers and if I recall she was found alive 4 or 5 days later. She wouldn't respond to someone calling her name but would answer math problems so searches were yelling out math problems hoping to get a response.

    In looking at helicopter view there is so much water and wooded area around where he went missing.
     
  20. Paddleboarder

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    I don’t have a good feeling about this outcome :(
     
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