A circuit judge reduced the bond of a suspect in a fatal burglary, She'aun Prince, to a non-cash $100,000 bond Monday. He pleaded guilty to first-degree burglary on April 29.
Suspect James B. Horn, 47, is on the loose after police responded to a 911 call Thursday night.
Two men hit an intoxicated victim and took his valuables, according to police. A male witness who tried to intervene was hit in the face.
A cautious kid by his own admission, Devyn Breeden's first reaction when he heard an intruder Thursday was to grab the Renaissance fair hammer he keeps in front of his bed.
The 18-year-old man was shot Sunday afternoon in an area just west of Hickman High School.
The MU Police Department issued a Clery release Wednesday evening about an assault that occurred early Wednesday morning in a parking lot near Tiger Avenue and Stadium Boulevard. Police are offering a reward for information that leads to an arrest.
The suspect stole a laptop a charger, a cellphone with its charger and a case for the laptop computer. No one was injured.
Bradley Michael Becker, 18, has been charged with second-degree property damage, upgraded to a felony under Missouri hate crime statutes.
MU police arrested Gire Ngezahayo, 17, in connection with the groping and attempted kissing of two female MU students near Memorial Student Union early Saturday morning.
Boone County Sheriff's Department deputies are searching for Brandon D. Terrell, 28, in connection with a reported domestic assault on a woman Monday night.
Police arrested 18-year-old Luke Kezekiya Kuol, a Hickman High School student, around 1 p.m. Monday for his alleged involvement in the assault Saturday on MU campus.
MU Alerts were sent out after police shot and killed an armed robbery suspect Wednesday night and during the search for two suspects in another armed robbery early Sunday morning. Two Clery releases were also emailed to university addresses Saturday.
Officers located a cartridge casing in the area.
When patrol officers arrived at the home in the 4600 block of Raspberry Ridge Drive, K-9s searched but didn't locate any suspects.
Some Twitter users thought the middle-of-the-night phone call was a rude awakening. The alert was for an armed robbery a few blocks from campus.
The robberies were at Clark Lane and near downtown Columbia.
A group of men stopped groping the two female students when they saw a police car. Another woman reported later that a similar thing happened to her and some of her friends.
The incidents occurred about an hour apart Thursday night.
A man tentatively identified as Mark W. Adair was killed in the Hitt Street Garage by police. Adair was being sought Wednesday evening after assaulting a woman at a north side grocery store.
A Florida man was arrested after 70 pounds of marijuana and $8,000 were found in the car.