Jimiah Lambert was previously charged with second degree murder but pleaded guilty to three separate charges Monday.
Drivers are encouraged to lock their cars and take valuables with them.
A man armed with a handgun robbed the Loop Liquor & Food Mart store on Business Loop 70 late Wednesday.
David Singleton was arrested after police say he rammed an officer's car with his motorcycle on Blue Ridge Road early Wednesday. During the arrest, officers found drug paraphrenalia on him.
A man was abducted and a car was stolen from a residence at the 200 block of Apple Tree Court early Saturday morning, police said.
St. Louis police say two people were killed after officers called to a violent domestic dispute were instead dispatched to the wrong address.
The July 5 fire caused more than $75,000 in damage to the home.
Three men armed with guns forced their way into an apartment in north Columbia early Thursday and tied up and struck a man in the apartment.
A man got away with an undisclosed about of money after robbing a Landmark Bank in north Columbia on Wednesday afternoon.
Malcolm D. Redmon, whose trial on a felony assault charge will begin later this month, was arrested Tuesday morning on federal cocaine charges following a July 30 indictment.
Jerald Lee Hill, 56, of Roach, was arrested Tuesday on suspicion of attempted unlawful sex with an animal and attempted animal abuse.
The Boone County sheriff's deputy checking on a Rocheport house that had recently been broken into saw two people fleeing. Another person was in a car in the driveway.
The early morning incidents occurred around 701 Big Bear Blvd., 716 Business Loop E. and the 1400 block of Avatar Court.
Scott May, 57, was charged with first-degree promoting child pornography and felony possession of child pornography Thursday after an investigation that began in May.
Boone County Sheriff's deputies now consider Charles Bell's 2011 death a homicide investigation.
A chase followed after reports that shots had been fired on the 4500 block of Rice Road.
A man was robbed of his PlayStation 3 and beaten by a group of people when he tried to get it back, Detective Tom O'Sullivan said. Two Columbia teens were arrested in connection to the incident.
Callers claiming to be from Columbia Water and Light, the Internal Revenue Service, and Ameren Missouri have been targeting Columbia residents, the Columbia Police Department warned.
Tyler R. Creath, 29, of Columbia was arrested after a search turned up hundreds of images of children and infants being molested.
The Kansas City man had a 5-year-old and 6-year-old with him and was reportedly believed to be under the influence of PCP.