Bond for Randall E. King is set for $100,000 at the Boone County Jail.
Randall E. King was arrested for entering a man's home, armed with a shotgun and stealing a laptop, PlayStation 2 and cash. There are two other suspects who accompanied King.
Seven shootings occurred in June, and five have occurred so far in July. Police believe they are the result of two feuding groups in Columbia.
Both pizza and a car were stolen Friday morning.
Columbia police made three arrests over the weekend for a traffic stop, suspicious behavior and theft, but ended up with about 13 charges.
The Boone County Sheriff's Department suspects possible gang involvement in the Friday night incident, which left a 19-year-old hospitalized.
There were shots fired at the Boone County Fair. One person was injured and transported to the hospital.
The lawsuit comes as the result of a Feb. 2009 traffic stop in which a Columbia man was shocked by a Taser while sitting in his car.
Emas C. Bennett was charged with burglary in the first degree, unlawful possession of a firearm and possession of a controlled substance.
The robbery involved a gun, but police said they believe the suspect they caught is not the man who had the firearm.
A St. Joseph police officer shot and killed a man Wednesday evening after responding to a domestic disturbance call.
A panel discussion about racially biased policing in Columbia takes place at 7 p.m. today at the Activity and Recreation Center.
A Harrisburg man was arrested after he reportedly threatened two individuals with a sword and caused damage to one victim's vehicle.
The panel will feature a professor from the University of Pittsburgh Law School, who is a nationally recognized expert on racially biased policing.
Judge Kevin Crane said attorney Stephen Wyse does not have a right to surveillance footage from the Columbia Police Department. Wyse plans to appeal the decision.
The traffic stop on Clark Lane ended in a foot chase and the arrest of Jason M. Puckett, who has five prior DWI convictions and six prior convictions for driving on a revoked license.
The suspects, all under the age of ten, are connected with vandalism at Cedar Ridge Elementary School.
Paul Smith introduced 4-year-old Alisa Maier to a neighbor as his nephew.
A California resident was the first person to file a complaint about the Feb. 11 SWAT raid with the Citizens Police Review Board.