The man in a photo the Missourian ran in an earlier article is no longer a suspect or being sought by the Callaway County Sheriff's Department, said Tim Osburn of the department.
A juvenile male was arrested Thursday in connection with the armed robbery of a Wise Guys pizza delivery driver.
Robert Mitchell Eckerle, 48, was pulled over twice within a three-hour span. Eckerle already had at least three convictions for either driving while intoxicated or driving with excessive blood alcohol content.
Former Missouri wide receiver Tommy Saunders was sentenced to 15 days in the Boone County Jail after pleading guilty to assaulting a man on South Ninth Street.
Police are searching for three suspects who robbed a Wise Guys pizza delivery driver at gunpoint on Sunday. No one was injured.
A trail date has yet to be set for former Missouri House Speaker Rod Jetton's second-degree assault charge. The decision of when to hold trail is being pushed back.
Attorneys for Alyssa Bustamante had asked that the Cole County Sheriff's Office pay for her to enroll in a distance learning program.
"We did some things wrong," said Columbia Police Chief Ken Burton at a Monday afternoon press conference held at the Columbia Police Department. "And I'm telling you, it won't happen again."
The decision to execute a drug warrant will now be made by higher-ranking officers, Columbia Police Chief Ken Burton said at a news conference Monday afternoon.
More than 350 vehicles were stopped Saturday night as part of the Columbia Police Department's sobriety checkpoint.
The Columbia Police Department has changed its process for deciding when to use its SWAT team for drug busts, Police Chief Ken Burton announced at a news conference Monday.
A man from Overland Park, Kan., was sentenced to 10 years in prison and a $5,000 fine after he pled guilty and was sentenced Monday to sex trafficking of a child
On Thursday, New Franklin's incoming police chief failed a field sobriety test and refused to submit to a blood-alcohol test.
The fatal shooting of a dog during a Columbia Police SWAT team raid in February has prompted death threats after the YouTube video went viral, Chief Ken Burton said at a news conference Thursday.
A sobriety checkpoint Thursday yielded three arrests for driving while intoxicated, two arrests on suspicion of driving with a suspended or revoked license, one arrest on an adult liquor law violation and one arrest for an outstanding felony warrant.
Video of a February incident in which officers killed one dog and injured another has gone viral and prompted death threats against the officers involved.
Police took Drake Kinney, James Miller and two juveniles into custody Wednesday for two burglaries in the Georgetown subdivision outside Columbia city limits.
Columbia Police plan to set up a sobriety checkpoint somewhere within the city limits. It will be active from 10 p.m. - 3 a.m. every night, beginning Wednesday night and lasting through Sunday.
In the fall of 2009, the Missourian decided to check in on a Marshall woman who had been the subject of a major Missourian story in 2004. She'd fought hard to beat meth, and we wondered how she was doing. Here's what Matt Reinig found.
Only one of the men opted to serve in the military in exchange for a misdemeanor conviction.