Police have arrested one man in connection with an attempted burglary at Kilgore's Pharmacy at Providence Road and looking for two more suspected of being involved in that incident. Police are also looking for two men suspected of robbing Midwest Petroleum on Paris Road.
Ryan C. Bridger pleads not guilty in the shooting death of Aletha M. Turner in her home in northeast Columbia.
Anthony M. Thompson struck a plea bargain with the Boone County prosecutor's office, admitting he possessed child pornography in exchange for having a charge of promoting child pornography dropped.
Ryan Bridger is charged with the second-degree murder of Aletha Turner, who was shot in her home earlier this week and later died. Bridger has been held in the Boone County Jail since Tuesday on a burglary charge.
Aletha Turner was found unconscious on Monday morning. She died Wednesday afternoon at University Hospital. Sheriff's Detective Tom O'Sullivan said it was obvious to responders that her injuries were substantial.
The public information officer has been laterally reassigned to the Patrol Division, Columbia Police Chief Ken Burton announced Wednesday.
Boone Electric Cooperative and the City of Columbia Utilities Department are receiving complaints from customers who are getting suspicious calls asking for credit card information.
Three men and one woman are suspected of entering a home and stealing wallets from five people within.
The rural home of a man who died Nov. 9 in a car wreck has become the site of multiple burglaries in the past month.
Although Columbia has had a low number of burglaries in the past week, police spokeswoman Jessie Haden said that even five is too many and that cops will be working proactively to keep the numbers low.
Zebulun Ore was arrested Wednesday and has been linked to five cases of sexual misconduct. He exposed himself to a 19-year-old woman in Target at the Columbia Mall.
Officials believe the 18-year-old man may have left the country during an investigation of computers and other media seized from his residence.
Police have obtained a warrant for Patrick Rashad Marshall, the eighth suspect in the shooting death of Aaron Hobson.
The next court date for the former Missouri football player is set for Jan. 5. This is the third continuance in the case.
Dresner recounts some of his highs and lows of being a Columbia police officer and deputy chief.
Two men arrested in the spring were released from jail on Monday after accepting a plea bargain that would lessen rape and sodomy charges to sexual misconduct.
The Red Flag Rule, a city government effort to prevent identity theft, has been renewed for a second year. So far, the program has found no problems with the protection of municipal records.
Ernest Lee Johnson, 50, was convicted in 1995 of killing three Casey's convenience store employees. His case has been in and out of the Circuit Court and the Missouri Supreme Court since then. This week, he will make his third appeal to the Missouri Supreme Court to reverse his death sentence.
Four men were found shot inside a parked car in Kansas City. Two of the men died, while the conditions of the others have not been released.
An entire building at Fireside Apartments was evacuated Thursday to clear out smoke and assess the severe fire damage; no one was injured.