Anthony Webb was arrested on charges of first degree burglary in connection with break-in at a woman's home.
The Boone County Sheriff's Department sought Strickland for a month before he turned himself in Tuesday night.
A Columbia woman was charged with second-degree domestic violence and armed criminal action after waving the sword in a threatening manner, a sheriff's official said.
The Boone County Sheriff's Department is searching for William J. Strickland, 19, on suspicion of first-degree statutory rape of a 12-year-old girl who has become pregnant.
Columbia police and Boone County Sheriff's deputies found the man hiding in a closet.
Columbia Police Chief Ken Burton held a dialogue Friday night with a group that has often objected to police policies. He spoke to the local chapter of the ACLU about several controversial subjects, including SWAT enforcement and the use of Tasers.
The Mid-Missouri Internet Crimes Task Force has changed its name to more accurately reflect its personnel.
There were no people inside the building at the time of the fire, according to the Boone County Fire Protection District.
Edward C. Whitaker was taken into custody by SWAT on suspicion of second-degree burglary and failure to register as a sex offender.
A man who was shot on Tuesday was released from the hospital the next day.
Police said they do not yet have a suspect in the shooting. The victim's name and exact age have not been released.
Chad Michael Harvey pleaded guilty Tuesday to kidnapping and killing James William Boyd McNeely and then abandoning his body in December 2009.
A Columbia man was arrested Saturday night on suspicion of the robbery.
The Mid-Missouri Internet Crimes Task Force concluded an investigation into a man posing as a police officer while chatting on a Sony PlayStation 3 with a 15-year-old boy from Moberly.
The man tried to solicit sex from a detective posing as a 14-year-old girl.
Blake Logan pleaded guilty Thursday at a pretrial conference a day before the one-year anniversary of Nicole Crumby's murder..
The Columbia Police Department said the computer boxes contained a block of wood and an extension cord.
Construction vehicle, tools, laptop computer and other electronics are among the items stolen from the two sites, police say.
The investigation began in late August. Weeks later, Brian Michael Rufener was arrested on two counts of suspicion of possession of child pornography in the first degree and one count of promoting child pornography.