Three men wearing masks and armed with handguns robbed the restaurant shortly before 10 p.m. Saturday. The incident was the sixth robbery in December.
The Montgomery County jury asked the judge after several hours of deliberations what it should do if it couldn't reach a verdict.
The robbery, the fifth in Columbia since Friday, occurred around noon Tuesday, according to a news release from the Columbia Police Department.
The defense will also try to use the possibility that Kelli Smith was sexually assaulted in the hours before the 2012 accident to explain why she was driving the wrong way on Interstate 70.
Rebecca Buschman was arrested by Boone County Sheriff's Department deputies at 12:28 a.m. Monday after a warrant was issued Thursday. The weapons charge is a Class D felony and the prostitution charge a Class D misdemeanor.
Authorities were notified after a Hickman assistant principal noticed a silver vehicle doing doughnuts — intentionally spinning, for fun — in the Boys and Girls Club parking lot, Columbia police spokeswoman Latisha Stroer said in an email. The parking lot is located across the street from Hickman.
Inside the vehicle was an unmarked prescription pill bottle. The contents were and empty zip lock bags.
The Jimmy John's on Range Line Street was robbed Sunday night by three men dressed in dark clothes, hooded sweatshirts and masks.
Columbia police are looking for two armed suspects in connection with a robbery at a north Columbia motel, which sent one person to the hospital.
The driver's defense will include evidence that suggests the driver had been sexually assaulted just before she drove the wrong way on Interstate 70 and caused the crash that killed a 35-year-old man.
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Lee was a freshman wide receiver and had been dismissed from the team last month "for disciplinary reasons," according to previous Missourian reporting.
Twenty-eight residences and six businesses were reported burglarized from Nov. 21 to Dec. 2.
According to court documents, Scott A. May, a former newspaper columnist, had 30 images and one video of young girls on his computer when he was arrested.
The man, who called himself "Lt. Allen," said he worked for the "Boone County Warrants Division," which doesn't exist.
Rickie Dunn, 40, was shot and killed early Sunday morning at the 1400 block of Illinois Avenue. A second male victim, 18, was treated at an area hospital. The police investigation is ongoing, and few details were available Monday.
Don L. Landers, 76, had health problems, and his death "doesn't appear to be suspicious at this time," said Detective Tom O'Sullivan of the Boone County Sheriff's Department.
An arrest was made after a stolen vehicle was recovered near Business Loop 70 following a Saturday night car chase.
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.