Both men police were seeking to question in connection with the Thanksgiving Day homicide of Dametrick McDaniel have surrendered to police.
Lt. David Price said Jeremy Reed, 22, turned himself in Monday and was taken to the adult detention center, where he is being held on a charge of endangering the welfare of a minor in the first degree, pending an expected court appearance in district court Wednesday.
Price said the second man, Brandon McClatchie, 23, turned himself in to detectives Tuesday and is being held at the detention center on non-related warrants.
On Monday, police announced the arrest of Rashune Raglon, 25, in Kansas City, Kan., on probable cause of capital murder in the death of McDaniel, 25, whose body was found inside an apartment at 2600 S. Beech St.
Raglon was brought back to Pine Bluff by Jefferson County sheriff’s deputies Tuesday night and could make an appearance in court Wednesday.