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Thursday, December 3, 2020

Residential burglary in Columbia

Police are investigating a residential burglary that was reported Monday evening in the 400 block of Burroughs Court in Columbia. The female homeowner contacted police...

Theft from CVS in Columbia

Columbia police are investigating after two men stole a basket of alcohol products from CVS Pharmacy, 100 Admiral Trost Drive, and left the store...

Arrests made in Walmart thefts

Waterloo police arrested five people in two separate theft incidents from Walmart this week. At about 7:45 a.m. Wednesday, officers were called to Walmart after...

Police pursuit in Columbia

Columbia police are investigating after a vehicle sped away from an officer at the storage units in Southwoods Center about 9 p.m. Sunday and...

Woman charged with burglary, possession of stolen vehicle

Cooperation between the Monroe County Sheriff's Department, Waterloo Police Department and Metro-East Auto Theft Task Force resulted in charges filed against a St. Louis...

Meth trafficker going to prison

A Missouri man arrested with three others during a 2017 traffic stop in Waterloo was sentenced Thursday in Monroe County Circuit Court to prison...

No cannabis biz for Valmeyer

Valmeyer has been busy in recent weeks attending to matters related to law enforcement.  The village board recently voted to prohibit all cannabis businesses within...

Man attempts to spend fake $50 at Columbia McDonald’s

Columbia police are investigating after a man tried to spend a fake $50 bill at McDonald's about 2:20 p.m. Sunday. An employee of the...

Road rage incident in Columbia

Police were searching for a white Saturn SUV with a white male driver after he reportedly flashed a firearm during a road rage incident...

Know the window tinting rules

Although it does not happen often, drivers in Illinois can receive tickets for their vehicle windows being too tinted.  State law dictates that windshields can...

Out with the 2010s

As this decade comes to a close, many people are taking time to reflect on what happened in their lives.  The Republic-Times asked a few...

Hudson case moving forward

Judge Dennis Doyle ruled Thursday that there is sufficient probable cause for the case against Trevor Hudson to continue following a preliminary hearing at...