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Eighth suspect sought in Hobson murder

Wednesday, December 8, 2010 | 5:50 p.m. CST; updated 8:53 a.m. CST, Thursday, December 9, 2010

COLUMBIA — Police have obtained a warrant for Patrick Rashad Marshall of Columbia on charges of second-degree robbery and second-degree murder.

Marshall, 17, is the eighth suspect in the shooting death of Aaron Hobson of Wichita on Oct. 23. According to a Columbia Police Department press release, police identified Marshall from video footage taken at the Break Time convenience store at 110 East Nifong Blvd., where Hobson was shot. Police said several co-defendants also identified Marshall as being involved.

Marshall's warrant has a $1 million bond, according to the release.

Hobson was in Columbia to watch his cousin, MU football player Trey Hobson, play in the Homecoming game. Police said in the release that a group of people approached Hobson’s car and demanded money. One of them shot Hobson, and the group fled the scene, according to the release.


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