Alan Burdziak A Columbia man is accused of drug possession and distribution after police say a strip-search revealed eight small baggies of crack cocaine in his "buttocks area," according to a probable cause statement.An officer began pursuit of a red Chevrolet Suburban about 10:30 p.m. Monday when it was seen traveling south on Providence Road near Texas Avenue with no headlights.The officer followed the Suburban onto westbound Interstate 70 and saw the vehicle hit the interstate's concrete...
Police on Monday released a surveillance image of a man suspected of breaking out a window and entering Broadway Brewery, 816 E. Broadway, early Sunday morning in the sixth incident of vandalism at downtown businesses over the past few weeks.Police don't know whether this incident is related to other recent vandalism incidents downtown, Columbia police Officer Latisha Stroer said in a news release.
Alan Burdziakaburdziak@columbiatribune.com | 815-1718 Neighbors on Friday night described Betty and Donald Rowland as a loving couple who had been a fixture in their south Columbia neighborhood for the 25-plus years they lived there, leading to confusion, disbelief and speculation about why he allegedly stabbed his wife to death and then injured himself.Police were dispatched to 3624 Woodrail Terrace, a well-maintained street full of condominiums adjacent to the County Club of Missouri. One...
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Selecting a term
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