Boss' former coworkers speak about robbery

Posted 5:18 PM 12/19/2014 by By Shale Remien, KOMU 8 Reporter

COLUMBIA - It only took a few minutes, but for employees of the Denny's in Columbia, it was the most terrifying moment in their lives.

Sabrina Williams, a Denny's server, described the chaos on December 6, when she said Jafari Boss came in and demanded money from workers and customers.


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Victim shot during potential armed robbery in Sedalia

Victim shot during potential armed robbery in Sedalia

Posted 9:31 PM 12/18/2014 by Drew Whiteman, KOMU 8 Digital Producer

SEDALIA - A Sedalia Police Department report said a man sustained serious wounds after a suspect shot him around 1:30 p.m. Thursday in what police said may have been a robbery.

The report said an ambulance transported Wesley Brown to Bothwell Regional Health Center.

Police said Brown may have been shot during the course of a robbery at Gold Buyer, a pawn shop at 108 S. Ohio Ave. in Sedalia. Police did not know if anything had been taken from the store. 

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