A chase followed after reports that shots had been fired on the 4500 block of Rice Road.
A man was robbed of his PlayStation 3 and beaten by a group of people when he tried to get it back, Detective Tom O'Sullivan said. Two Columbia teens were arrested in connection to the incident.
Callers claiming to be from Columbia Water and Light, the Internal Revenue Service, and Ameren Missouri have been targeting Columbia residents, the Columbia Police Department warned.
Tyler R. Creath, 29, of Columbia was arrested after a search turned up hundreds of images of children and infants being molested.
The Kansas City man had a 5-year-old and 6-year-old with him and was reportedly believed to be under the influence of PCP.
A man was arrested Monday night on suspicion of breaking into a residence on Godas Drive and kidnapping an infant.
A second suspect in the July 5 shooting that injured two women on West Worley Street was arrested Monday morning.
David Baker, 63, of Columbia, was arrested on suspicion of third-degree assault and unlawful use of a weapon after a man pulled out a shotgun during an argument with all-terrain vehicle riders.
Arnel Monroe, 47, pleaded guilty to misdemeanor charges Tuesday. As of Wednesday morning, he was still an employee of Columbia Public Schools, a district spokeswoman said.
Missouri's model of teaching, rather than punishing juvenile offenders has led to low recidivism rates and positive results.
Columbia police responded to an armed robbery in progress early Wednesday morning at the Super 8 hotel on Clark Lane. The perpetrator is still at large.
The subject of the search warrant wasn't at the home when officers searched it Thursday night. Officers were looking for the person Friday.
Authorities responded to reports of shots fired at 6120 Wagon Trail Road around 7 p.m. Wednesday. A 47-year-old man died from the altercation, and a 36-year-old womanwas taken into custody as a suspect.
The Columbia Police Department's reinforced effort has resulted in 96 traffic stops and 39 checked subjects.
More than 25,000 pornographic files were found on John S. Littell's hard drive, some containing sexually explicit depictions of minors.
Hickman High School football coach Arnel Monroe held practice Wednesday night, according to Columbia Public Schools spokeswoman Michelle Baumstark.
The Columbia Police Department responded to reports of gunshots on the 400 block of Sanford Avenue shortly before 1:30 a.m. Wednesday. No one was injured, but shots hit two residences and a parked car.
Hickman High School's head football coach Arnel Monroe was arrested early Sunday morning on charges driving while intoxicated.
A woman and a teenager were injured after a shooting on the 300 block of W. Worley Street.
The 29-year-old man was treated for non-life threatening injuries at University Hospital and released. An investigation is ongoing.