Ryan Ferguson's lawyers filed a response to Missouri Attorney General Chris Koster in the Western District Court of Appeals on Friday. Koster asked the court to deny Ferguson's petition earlier this month.
Two robbers fled the scene on foot, but a K-9 unit search was unsuccessful.
Tom Clements, former director of adult institutions for the Missouri Department of Corrections, who moved to Colorado in 2011 to take over as director of the state's department of corrections, was shot and killed Tuesday night. No motive for the slaying was determined Wednesday.
There is no information at this time that convenience store robberies on West Ash Street and Paris Road are related, but the investigations are ongoing.
No information was available Tuesday afternoon as to whether this robbery was related to the two armed robberies that occurred Monday night.
A man entered the store and pressed a hard object into the clerk's back. He ran away with an undisclosed amount of money.
A suspect robbed the mixed martial arts store Saturday evening and fled with an undisclosed amount of cash.
Officers discovered four shell casings in a parking lot at Gateway at Columbia Student Apartments after they responded to several reports of shots fired.
Chris Koster calls the effort unjustified and a waste of judicial resources. The appeal is Ferguson's 14th attempt to get his conviction overturned or his case back into court.
Rudy Perez Jr. is facing a charge of first-degree murder in the beating death of a patient at the Truman Veterans Hospital.
In their defense of Sandra Plunkett — accused of killing her husband two years ago — her attorneys will present evidence that she was battered by her spouse. She will undergo a psychiatric evaluation before her trial.
A driver was arrested on charges of resisting arrest and suspicion of possession of methamphetamine, possession of drug paraphernalia, careless and imprudent driving and failure to yield to an emergency vehicle. His bond is set at $10,145.
The victim was stabbed several times and has been taken to a hospital.
Taken as groups of crimes, both property and violent crimes decreased in 2012 from 2011.
Police responded to the shots by setting up a traffic stop at Parker Street and Vandiver Drive.
Curtis Smith is charged with first-degree murder in the death of Kristi Murphy.
Varnell Bradley faces up to 30 years in prison as a persistent domestic violence offender. The jury found him not guilty of a charge of felonious restraint.
The Missouri State Highway Patrol, the Cooper County Sheriff's Department and the Boonville Police Department assisted with the chase.
Thanks to Missouri's growing DNA database, DNA matches in Missouri have grown from 30 to 40 per year in 2004 to the current rate of nearly a thousand per year.
Samuel Haley, Lashanda Marine and Whitney McKee were arrested at 2939 Leeway Drive around 3:30 a.m. after police spent several hours trying to get the suspects to come out of the residence.