MUPD was able to track the suspect using the victim’s stolen cellphone.
Sophomore Conner Whyte was arrested Sunday on suspicion of first-degree rape and sodomy Sunday afternoon.
A communications operator and an alert supervisor are at the MUPD office 24/7 to take in, evaluate and respond to threats when necessary.
Maj. Brian Weimer asked the MU community to report any suspicious activity.
MUPD arrested the student on suspicion of selling drugs in Hatch Residence Hall.
Missouri S&T sophomore Hunter Park’s trial by jury 9 a.m. May 5 in Boone County Circuit Court.
Romell Rainey was arrested Tuesday in connection with felony charges.
MU Police Department arrested Park who allegedly posted on the anonymous social media platform two threats which sparked widespread panic on MU’s campus.
A 1:02 a.m. MU Alert post: “Witnesses were able to provide a license plate number to police. No description of the individual is available at this time.”
Austin Joseph Campbell is being held in Boone County jail in connection with the crimes.
A police report from October describes the swastika.
In addition to derogatory emails and phone calls, a package of diapers was sent to the black studies department.
A freshman who was near the center around 1 a.m. said he heard a man tell a black female she “wasn’t welcome.”
This is not the first time Yik Yak has been a part of a campus safety issue.
Suspect arrested for Yik Yak threats Hunter M. Park is a 19-year-old student at Missouri Science and Technology.
“Some of you are alright,” the first yak said. “Don’t go to campus tomorrow.”
The letter discussed and offered steps for Loftin to take
The Columbia Police Department said the student allegedly responsible has been “cooperative with the investigation.”
This is the second incident of anti-Semitic vandalism that has occurred in the past year.
Different inventions are working to make women feel protected against sexual assault and rape.