Columbia police arrested James Fernau on suspicion of stealing a bulldozer-like piece of equipment while intoxicated and driving it through downtown.
A fight at the new student housing complex ended in gunfire early Sunday morning, when a man fired shots into the air outside a party. No one was injured, and the investigation is ongoing.
A drunken-driving arrest ended with an attack on a Boone County sheriff's deputy Friday evening. Rex Barstow and Patricia Basurto, both of Ashland, face multiple charges.
Workers evacuated part of the Conley Road location Saturday morning after a cut gas line started a leak. Columbia police are investigating the incident.
Two or three shots were fired at about 1:45 a.m. in the parking lot of the Petro Mart on North College Avenue.
Rob Sanders immediately turned his attention to reclaiming his job in the Columbia Police Department following the ruling Tuesday morning that he was not guilty of third-degree assault.
Matthew D. Johnson was charged with unlawful use of weapons. Since the beginning of 2009, there have been 30 shots-fired incidents reported on Quail Drive, according to Columbia police.
Sanders was charged with the assault of a prisoner in August 2011.
Although Columbia's crime rate has decreased in recent months, South Columbia has seen a rise in burglaries, especially near student housing.
Nickholes Martin, 18, was arrested in connection with a cat being placed in a bag and tossed into a trash bin Saturday.
The Columbia Police Department conducted two sobriety checkpoints during the weekend, and eight drivers were arrested on suspicion of driving drunk.
Durantrae Logan pleaded guilty Friday to unlawfully possessing a firearm and resisting arrest in 2011 incident. Logan is serving 20 years in the March 2012 slaying of Lamont Sargent.
Prosecution witnesses testified they could see no evidence in the video or in witness statements that would justify Sanders' excessive use of force on Kenneth Baker.
The Boone County Sheriff's Department had been watching the residence in Rustic Meadows Trailer Park for more than five years.
Campus officials are at a loss to explain why there's such a large discrepancy between the number of people who report sexual assault to the campus rape crisis center and the number who pursue a remedy through the student conduct process.
Perez's insanity plea was accepted by the state in connection with the fatal beating of a patient at Truman Veterans Hospital in February. Psychological evaluations ordered by the prosecution and defense found that Perez was psychotic when he committed the crime.
The early summer shooting at Broadway and Tenth Street provoked public anxiety about safety downtown and crime in Columbia.
A suspect was arrested Wednesday for a robbery at a Break Time store on Conley Road.
The Cole County Sheriff's Department arrested the man Tuesday afternoon. He is accused of robbing an acquaintance at gunpoint in Columbia.
Wayne Bryant II is accused of committing a burglary on Proctor Drive on Monday afternoon. He is also a suspect in two earlier burglaries.