COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP/KMOV) -- Five men have been arrested in the shooting death of a man who was in Columbia to watch the Missouri-Oklahoma football game.
The victim, Aaron Hobson, was a cousin of Missouri football player Trey Hobson.
Columbia police say Aaron Hobson was shot Saturday during a robbery attempt at a convenience store.
Police said in a news release that 27-year-old Tony L. Lewis, of Boonville, and 19-year-old Leo D. Roland, of Columbia, were arrested Saturday and have been charged with second-degree murder and first-degree robbery. Twenty-year-old Deshon Joseph Houston, of Columbia, was arrested Sunday and charged with second-degree murder and second-degree burglary. Bond for all three men was set at $1 million each.
Two other suspects were arrested Wednesday in north St. Louis County.
Police said Daron Peal was charged with Second Degree Robbery and Second Degree murder. He is being held on a $1million cash only bond. Daron was also in possession of crack cocaine, and had a Probation and Parole warrant at the time of his arrest.
His brother, Darris Peal, was charged with Second Degree Robbery and Second Degree Murder. He is also held on a $1million cash only bond. Daron Peal was identified as the person who shot Hobson.
Police are still looking for Anthony J. Carr in connection this case. Carr is wanted for Second Degree Robbery and Second Degree Murder. Please call Crimestoppers at 875-TIPS with any information about the location of Carr.
Hobson graduated from Wichita Heights High School and most recently had lived in the Kansas City suburb of Mission.