The Columbia Police Department received a call about a man matching Zachariah Peterson's description walking on north Providence Road. Police think Peterson might have had contact with James Leon Porter on the day of his death.
The victim was James Leon Porter, 31, a resident of Sunset Mobile Home Park in southeast Columbia. The source of his wounds has not been determined.
An anonymous caller alerted police and identified the two suspects.
Monticelli was most recently the investigations bureau captain for the Columbia Police Department.
A man was shot in the neck in the 800 block of Washington early this morning.
According to a Columbia Police Department news release, school administrators were told by students that inappropriate pictures of students were on the Internet.
Senator Mark Udall is urging Congress members not to separate themselves by party during the speech.
James Wilson is scheduled to be arranged in Randolph County court Thursday.
The man who robbed a 52-year-old woman Monday night at Parkade Plaza was still at large Tuesday.
A preliminary hearing in the case involving the September murder of a 21 year-old Columbia man has been delayed.
This year's address is being closely watched for signs of how far Obama will go to work with Republicans, particularly on economic policies and on efforts to reduce the nation's long-term debt.
A date for Derrick Washington's trial will be decided Feb. 7.
President Barack Obama and first lady Michelle Obama led a moment of silence for the victims of the Arizona shooting on Saturday.
Jared Loughner makes his first court appearance Monday at 3 p.m.
Thursday's summit will include discussions on crime prevention, slumlords, and effective screening.
Since tracking laws were enacted beginning in 2006, the number of methamphetamine busts nationwide has started climbing again.
The 29-year-old Columbia man also allegedly stole cash and followed the woman as she fled her home.
Republicans are using federal courts and governors' offices to attempt to appeal Obama's signature domestic achievement, a law aimed at covering nearly all Americans.
Martin Link, convicted of murdering an 11-year-old girl in 1991, is scheduled to die Feb. 9.
In addition to the petition, Clay's attorneys plan to ask Gov. Jay Nixon for a grant of clemency.