Murder Suspect Turns Himself Into Benton County Authorities
Caleb Garrison Self, 24, of rural Cole Camp, was served with a warrant for his arrest in the Murder of Matthew L. Reyburn, 24, of rural Lincoln on May 28, 2019, according to Benton County Sheriff Eric Knox.
Self turned himself in, and offered his confession to authorities late Tuesday afternoon, Sept. 13 and was booked at 4 p.m., and placed on a 24-hour hold until the warrant could be obtained.
Self is charged with 1st degree Murder and Armed Criminal Action, and is being held in the Benton County Jail without bond.
A search warrant was obtained and executed with the help of the dive team on the Self's lake just a couple months ago.
“This case, the Garrett case, and Echo Lloyd as well as other cases are worked when we develop a new lead, tip, or even gossip,” said Benton County Sheriff Eric Knox.
“The person who has knowledge of Echo should follow the example set by Self and turn yourself in so the family can get some closure and you can stop living in fear. We are still looking, interviewing, and following every new tip. You will be brought to justice,” predicted Sheriff Knox.
Knox also thanked the MSHP.
“Thank you to the Missouri State Highway Patrol for the hundreds and hundreds of man hours that were invested into this case,” Knox said.