Media Relaese 9-2010 | University of Missouri Police Department

MEDIA RELEASE -- Aug. 2, 2010

Contact: Captain B. Weimer
Office (573) 882-5923
Cellular (573) 999-1979

Name Correction: (8/2/2010 1027)
Greber, Jeremy L
Date of Birth: 8/4/85

ARREST MADE IN ASSAULT CASE

The University Police Department would like to thank the media for their assistance in the arrest of Jeremy Lee Greber. Greber turned himself into the Columbia Police Department, which then notified officers at the University Police Department who took him into custody.

Greber was transported to the University Police Department where he was interviewed and arrested. Greber was processed and then transported to Boone County Jail.

Greber, Jeremy L

Date of Birth: 8/4/85

Mug Shot:

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Arrested for:
RSMo 565.120 Felonious Restraint
RSMo 565.070 Assault 3rd with Physical Injury

Greber is not a student at the University of Missouri and additional details cannot be released at this time due to the ongoing nature of the investigation. The original release is listed below.

MUPD 9-2010

MEDIA RELEASE -- July 31, 2010

Contact: Captain B. Weimer
Office (573) 882-5923
Cellular (573) 999-1979

REQUEST FOR ASSISTANCE IN ASSAULT

At approximately 2:20 a.m., Saturday, July 31, Officers from the University of Missouri Police Department responded to the report of an assault that occurred near University Avenue and Hitt Street.

The victim described the suspect as a white male in his early twenties, heavy set, wearing a yellow shirt, and khaki shorts. Investigators were able to pull video images from cameras in the area that match the general description of the suspect. Some of these photos are in the following:

Photos were removed due to size.
The female victim was treated at the scene and released. Additional details cannot be released at this time due to the ongoing investigation.

Anyone with any information is requested to call Detective Michael Laughlin at (573) 884-2605, or CRIME STOPPERS at (573) 875-8477. Individuals may also submit tips on-line at 875tips.com. You do not have to give your name and may be eligible for a reward of up to $1500 if your information leads to an arrest.

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