A Jeep parked on the 3300 block of Appalachian Drive was shot in the rear windshield, and officers found five spent casings near the vehicle.
The woman woke up to a man who had gotten in her bed and began to touch her sexually, according to the release.
Columbia police served search warrants at two residences Wednesday night. Police confirmed that at least one was in connection to an ongoing homicide investigation.
Latisha Stroer, spokeswoman for the Columbia Police Department, said the police were not notified of any injuries. A report has not yet been compiled.
A man was stabbed near Scott Boulevard around Bellview and Bethany drives early Tuesday morning.
Joshua Maylee was sentenced to serve life in prison without the possibility of parole.
The Boone County prosecutor's office is in the process of extriditing Casey Lewis of Ada, Okla., who was charged on Thursday with first-degree murder in connection to the killing of Brian Daniels.
Funeral services are set for the 17-year-old who was shot and killed on July 14. Columbia police continue to investigate.
Police are still looking for the robber, who brandished a gun and demanded money of two suspects early Wednesday morning, according to a news release.
Friends and family of Tre'Veon Marshall gathered at McKee Park for the second consecutive night to honor the slain teen and call for a stop to violence in the community.
A judge ordered Timothy Anderson to serve 10 days in jail and two years on probation. He also may not have contact with the victims in the case and must stay away from MU and Stephens College.
A second suspect in the June 21 incident outside Lakewood Apartments on Old 63 remains at large and is wanted on assault and gun charges.
More than 50 people marched at McKee Park on Monday evening in remembrance of Tre'Veon Marshall, who was fatally shot at the park late Sunday night.
Lamarr Mayfield, 16, must serve more than 14 years of his sentence before he will be eligible for parole.
Tre'Veon J. Marshall died of gunshot wounds, according to the Columbia Police Department.
A Jefferson City man was arrested and charged for stealing a vehicle, and two Columbia residents were arrested after being stopped in a car that had been reported stolen.
The police were searching Sunday for suspects in three armed burglaries that happened in a neighborhood south of Chapel Hill Road and Grant Lane.
The man took an undisclosed amount of money and left in a silver vehicle. No one was injured during the incident, and police are continuing to investigate.
The trial for a former Columbia police officer accused of assaulting an inmate is scheduled for next month.
A Saturday house fire on West Boulevard could be connected with a Sunday shooting at Providence Road and Interstate 70, police said. Police have arrested two people in relation to the shooting.