Family Bakes Bread To Raise Money For Efforts Following Baby Joe's Death

DICKSON, Tenn. - A local mother and her 7-year-old daughter have been baking bread to raise money that will help with efforts following the death of 5-year-old Joe Clyde Daniels.

Officials with the Dickson County Sheriff’s Office posted a photo of Amanda King and her daughter, Ally Grace, on social media. Also in the photo with Sheriff Jeff Bledsoe was King's 3-year-old son, Jaxon.

The three stopped by the sheriff’s office to give the sheriff and staff “Baby Joe Bread.”

The mom and daughter have been baking the bread with Jaxon as the taste tester, according to the sheriff’s office.

The loaves come with a Bible verse and a photo of little Joe. For those wishing to purchase the bread, which the sheriff’s office reported comes with or without pecans, visit the Dickson County Sheriff’s Office on Facebook for more information.

Joe was reported missing April 4, and days later, his father allegedly admitted he beat the little boy to death. Authorities have still been searching for the child's body. 

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