John Krivokapich of Stockton, Calif., pleaded guilty to child pornography charges in a case involving a 15-year-old-girl from Tipton, Mo.
Police were still searching for a man suspected of kidnapping a Columbia woman. The woman was found safe just after 1 p.m. at the MU Women's and Children's Hospital.
Columbia Police Officers were dispatched to Foyer Court around 1 a.m. Saturday for a physical disturbance. One person was struck in the earlobe by a bullet.
Robert Foster, 48, was arguing with his girlfriend when he pointed a gun at her head and threatened to kill her.
Ronald D. Nole is suspected of stealing up to $64,000 in metal and selling it for cash at a local recycling facility.
There were no injuries and the robber did not gain entry to the bank, according to a news release from the Columbia Police Department.
A Missouri judge decided that a juvenile officer used deceptive tactics to interview Alyssa Bustamante about the death of a 9-year-old neighbor girl, and the statement will not be used.
On Monday, Washington's felony trial was delayed likely until early fall. His attorney had predicted the misdemeanor would be pushed back as well.
The man was wanted on a felony warrant for molestation and statutory rape.
Former MU football player Derrick Washington's deviate sexual assault trial has been pushed back for a fifth time.
A domestic disturbance and structure fire required the assistance of both the Columbia Police and Fire departments Monday. No injuries were reported.
Travis Grant Birkhead, 50, received his sentence after pleading guilty to armed criminal action and the voluntary manslaughter of Jerry Schneider.
Several Boone County residents have reported phone calls seeking personal or financial information to collect a prize. They're phony, the Sheriff's Department says.
One of the men charged in connection with the Oct. 23 shooting death of Aaron Hobson has asked for his jury to be drawn from Lafayette County instead of Boone County, citing the amount media attention given to the case.
Anthony Akins pleaded guilty to two reduced counts of second-degree murder Monday for the 2008 killing of two Steak 'n Shake employees.
The Mid-Missouri Bomb Squad determined that the package, brought in by a worried Columbia resident from his home, was harmless.
Ricardo D. Thompson was arrested on suspicion of second-degree burglary, first-degree property damage and felony stealing, according to a Columbia Police Department news release.
Four people were arrested May 26 in connection with the same crime after Boone County Sheriff's Department deputies served two search warrants.
James Clayton Dinwiddie, 49, was arrested early Thursday morning in connection with reports in May of child molestation and statutory sodomy.