Police found a man dead inside a residence at 920 W. Texas Ave. on Tuesday afternoon, Columbia police spokeswoman Latisha Stroer said. Police were looking for a green Chevrolet Impala.
The victim was transported to a local hospital for injuries that were not life-threatening.
Three men, one with a handgun, broke into a house on the 1400 block of Rolling Rock Drive on Monday evening. They left with less than a gram of marijuana.
Police arrested Elgar Secundino on suspicion of driving under the influence, resisting arrest, possession of marijuana and driving with a suspended license.
Shaun Dierker exchanged sexually explicit emails and texts with a detective he believed to be a 14-year-old boy, the Boone County Sheriff's Department says.
Four of the five teenagers in the stolen car were reported runaways from Des Moines, Iowa.
UPDATE: Early morning vandalism leaves Lakota Coffee Co. splattered in paint, following string of previous incidents
Splattered paint and broken windows at Lakota Coffee Co. didn't stop business from operating as usual Friday. This incident seems to be the latest in a vandalism trend in The District. In the last month, several other downtown businesses have reported property damage.
Police arrested Andrew Ryan Birmingham Thursday in connection with two thefts from parked vehicles.
Derrick Orlando Webster of Columbia faces a charge for unlawfully concealing a weapon with a bond set at $4,500. He also faces charges of armed criminal action and robbery in the first degree with bonds for both charges still to be set.
The suspect selected two videos before demanding money, police said.
The Sheriff's Department said a man on the the 6400 block of North Highway VV had items including a credit card, a computer tablet, an MP3 player and a watch, which were items that had been reported as stolen.
Jason P. Smith, 19, was arrested Friday morning in connection with an armed robbery that occurred Wednesday at Parkway Apartments, according to a Columbia Police Department news release. Police are still seeking other suspects.
According to a burglary incident report obtained by the Missourian on Thursday, the alleged victims feared the media and community backlash that could result from the incident, given Green-Beckham's status as a Missouri football player.
Police stopped two men for obstructing traffic during a routine patrol and later found concealed handguns and a controlled substance.
Boone County deputies arrested two Columbia residents late Monday night after finding handguns and drugs in the car they were in. According to a news release, the driver is a frequent offender.
A court has reduced Anna Steele's bail from $1 million to $250,000. If released, Steele will await trial under house-arrest at her parents' residence.
An endangered person advisory was issued for 23-month-old Jack M. Randolph by the Jefferson City Police Department around noon on Sunday.
A Missouri House of Representatives lawmaker was charged Friday for two separate instances of driving while intoxicated.
The double-amputee runner testified Monday that he was trying to protect Reeva Steenkamp, his girlfriend, who died from multiple wounds after he shot her through a bathroom door in his home last year.
A 20-year-old woman was robbed at gunpoint early Saturday morning at the student-housing complex, according to the Columbia Police Department. Police arrested Jared Hemme, 20, and Leonard Neves, 19, in connection with the robbery.