Columbia police made three arrests this week in separate incidents in the city. The police are still looking for a suspect in connection with a robbery at Eagle Stop.
Matthew Crain threatened to set fire to the Columbia Police Department headquarters and to blow up the Boone County Sheriff's Department Building, police say. Crain has been charged with making a terrorist threat.
Charles Hayespleaded guilty to hindering prosecution after he was involved in a 2013 robbery.
A bank robber escaped on a two-wheel getaway ride.
The culprit claimed to be a deputy juvenile officer.
A Columbia man was arrested after police found a pipe bomb in the trunk of the car his wife was driving.
A federal grand jury issued a 56-count indictment involving cocaine and prostitution conspiracy charges. Federal, state and local law enforcement agencies arrested a number of the defendants in a sweep Thursday.
15 Columbia residents, and 12 others from Fulton, Boonville, Jefferson City, Sturgeon, Kingdom City and Springfield, Missouri and Murphysboro, Illinois, were charged in the 56-court indictment.
Don Landers' faces one count and posted a $15,000 bond; Jerry Colster faces two counts and posted a $30,000 bond.
Robert L. Buck was arrested on Sunday after police identified him on security footage in connection with a robbery at the Dollar General store on Vandiver Drive. Buck also implicated himself in Saturday's robbery of a Break Time convenience store, police said.
Donald M. Rowland is accused of the first-degree murder of his wife and armed criminal action. He is currently being held at Boone County jail on a $1 million cash-only bond.
Police are offering a reward for tips that result in an arrest.
Charges are yet to be filed after the arrest of Moniteau County Prosecutor Shayne Healea in connection with the Oct. 25 crash into Addison's window that injured four.
Three Columbia residents were arrested Monday in connection with an armed robbery at a Casey's General Store in Columbia.
The Columbia Police Department responded to a reported shots fired incident early Sunday morning. No one was injured, according to a police news release, and the investigation is ongoing.
Donald M. Rowland and Betty M. Rowland were found by their daughter Friday afternoon.
The robber fired a shot at an employee, but nobody was hurt.
A monthlong investigation led to the arrest of a 30-year-old manby Boone County Sheriff's Department Cyber Crimes Task Force detectives.
The victim of the July 3 shooting went to University Hospital with multiple non-life-threatening gunshot wounds.
The Columbia Police Department is in an ongoing investigation of a series of check scams that have occurred in Boone County. The most recent target was the Boone County National Bank.