Archive for Police Reports

MPD Blotter May 6 – May 12, 2019

MADRID POLICE BLOTTER

Madrid Police Contact Numbers:

Emergency – 911

Dispatch (Primary) – 515-433-0527

Police Department – 515-795-3113

Police Cell Phone – 515-795-6166

policedept@madridiowa.org

 

05/06/19

Officer followed up on two junk vehicles served on E 1st St. The owner had removed one of them over the weekend, and had received parts to fix the second one, which will be done soon.  Officer will follow back up to make sure that the work is done.

Officer followed up with a junk vehicle served last week that was supposed to be removed over the weekend on S Green St. The officer found that the vehicle had not been touched.  Officer mailed an official notice to have the vehicle removed or the owner will be fined.

Officer received a complaint of an Eagle Scout project getting damaged in front of Trail Side Rentals.  Officer was able to identify the subjects off of a video camera in the area.  Officer will locate the kids and speak to their parents.

Officer was dispatched to meet with a juvenile whom called reporting a possible assault in Madrid that was overheard in the background during online game play with other friends.  Officer made contact with the juvenile and family and determined there was no assault that took place.

Officer received a call reporting a missing dog from right outside the City.  Officers will be on the lookout.

 

05/07/19

Officer was called to Casey’s for a fake $50 bill that they had received.  A subject was identified off of the surveillance camera who passed it.  Officer will locate the subject and get more information.

Officer received a call back from the dog owner from just west of the City, that reported the dog had returned home.

Officer followed up on a criminal mischief report from last night.  Officer was able to return the damaged property to the owner.  Officer received a full confession from a Madrid juvenile in the case.  Officer will be assigning community service hours as punishment in the case.

Officer was dispatched to a medical call at the High School track.  The patient was transported to be evaluated.

Officer took possession of a small black dog from the west side of town and placed it in the city dog kennel pending owner identification.

 

05/08/19

Officer removed a junk vehicle, from a property in the 200 Block of S Main St, at the request of the owner.

Officer called the Boone Area Humane Society, to pick up a dog housed at the City Shed overnight, that was not claimed after it was picked up running at large.

Officer was called to the library for kids yelling and screaming.  Officer spoke to all the kids and worked out the issues between them all.  Officer warned the kids for climbing in the trees and yelling and screaming.

Officer spoke to a subject regarding receiving harassing emails.  Officer requested the emails forwarded to the Police Dept. for review. The reporting party requested a harassment warning to the offending party.

 

05/09/19

Officer was contacted reference a suspicious person on the east side of the elementary school.  Officer made contact with the male who was mushroom hunting.

Officer assisted DHS with a case in the City.

Officer spoke to an Ankeny detective reference an on-going case between the two departments.

Officer assisted a subject with a civil property case in the 600 Block of W 6th St.

Officer assisted with a medical call on E North St.

Officer responded to an out of control juvenile on E 21st St.

Officer took a report of a possible violation of a no contact order.

 

5/10/19

Officer responded to a possible road rage/ harassment call on W 2nd St.

Officer followed up on a domestic related call from the previous night.

Officer took a report from Git n Go reference a customer not paying for their fuel.

Officer took a report of a possible intoxicated driver, unable to locate.

 

5/11/19

Officer assisted Boone county deputies with a disabled vehicle just outside of city limits near Dollar General.

Officer followed up with the assault from the previous entry.

Officer responded to the Flat Tire bar reference an assault. The suspect fled immediately after the altercation however spoke with the investigating officer later that day. Charges for simple assault are pending.

 

5/12/19

Officer assisted Madrid Fire/Rescue with a non-emergent medical call in the 400 block of E Ninth St.

Officer received report of a Husky dog that was running at large on S State St. Officer checked area but was unable to locate.

Officer received report of a sexual abuse incident that occurred at an earlier date.  The incident is being investigated.

Officer cited a Logan Stripe of rural Madrid with a simple assault for his involvement in a bar fight at the Flat Tire.

MPD Blotter April 29 – May 5, 2019

MADRID POLICE BLOTTER

Madrid Police Contact Numbers:

Emergency – 911

Dispatch (Primary) – 515-433-0527

Police Department – 515-795-3113

Police Cell Phone – 515-795-6166

policedept@madridiowa.org 

04/29/19

Officer received a complaint of a car trailer with a race car frame on it, parked for an extended period of time, at Washington and 8th Street.  Officer got a hold of the owner, who stated that he would remove it off the roadway when he returned home from work.

Officer met with DEA Agents and released all the drugs that were collected from the take back day.  44 pounds of products were sent with DEA to be destroyed.

Officer received a complaint of junk vehicles at a property on E 1st Street.  Officer spoke to the home owner and made a plan to help her clean up her yard.

Officer fingerprinted a subject for a background check.

04/30/19

Officer had a junk vehicle towed, from E North Street, at the request of the owner.

Officer spoke to a Madrid resident reference a phone scam dealing with insurance.  If anyone calls claiming to be with your insurance company and wanting you to sign something, make sure you contact your company to make sure its legit before doing so.

Officer served (2) junk vehicles ordinances. One in the 100 Block of South Market Street and the other in the 200 Block of South Main Street.

Officer was called to a disturbance in the 700 block of E 6th St.  It was determined to be an argument between family members staying at the residence.  Officer advised all parties whom agreed to stop arguing.

Officer spoke to a subject requiring information about a no-contact order they believed was in effect between them and another party in Madrid.  Officer advised.

05/01/19

Officer was dispatched to a burglary alarm at the Madrid Museum.  Turned out to be a false alarm.

Officer performed a vehicle unlock at the Madrid Elementary School.

Officer assisted a Madrid resident, at the Madrid Laundromat, who was having an issue with a machine there.

Officer spoke to a Madrid resident who had received two scam calls in a row. One dealing with insurance and one claiming to be Social Security.  No personal information was exchanged over the phone.

Officer was informed by dispatch of a vehicle at a high rate of speed on Highway 30 that turned South on Highway 17.  There was no Deputy in position.  Officer sat at the north city limits but no vehicle entered the City fitting the description.

Officer received a call of a cat stuck in an egress window in the 100 Block of North Market Street. Officer was able to get the animal safely out of the window and release it unharmed.

Officer was dispatched to a welfare check in the 700 block of W North St.  Everyone checked O.K.

Officer was dispatched to a vehicle collision with property damage only in the 900 block of S. Kennedy.  Officer assisted both parties with an information exchange for insurance.

05/02/19

Officer followed up on two junk vehicles that were served on County Line Road.  The owner had removed both vehicles and was cleaning up the rest of the area.

Officer followed up with a property owner on E 1st Street, reference a complaint of junk vehicles.  One of the two is sold and they are waiting for the title to be found so it can be picked up.  The second, they are waiting for parts and it will be running this weekend.  Officer will follow back up next week and check on the progress.

Officer assisted with a medical call on W 2nd Street.

Officer assisted county deputies, Madrid rescue and Boone County ambulance with a two-vehicle traffic accident immediately outside of city limits in the 2100 block of Highway 17.

05/03/19

Officer had a junk vehicle towed, from the 100 Block of E 6th Street, at the request of the owner.

Officer was called to a suspicious vehicle in the 100 block of North State Street. Vehicle checked out OK.

Officer performed a funeral procession for Kirkpatrick Funeral Home.

Officer finger printed a Madrid resident for a job related back-ground check.

Officer assisted with a medical call.

Officer responded to a dispute in the 300 block of W 2nd Street.  The two parties talked through their issues and went separate ways. 

5/4/19

Officer responded to W 7th Street reference an out of control teen. Officer spoke with the young man for a while and got him settled down.

Officer returned a call to a man reference questions about an upcoming event in town. Officer googled the info for him.

Officer provided a funeral escort.

Officer responded to assist with a medical at the Madrid Home.

Officer responded to the highway reference a dog running into traffic and nearly getting struck. Officer returned the animal home and gave the owner a warning for animal at large.

05/05/19

Officer assisted Madrid Fire/Rescue on an emergent medical call in the 300 block of N Locust St.

Officer responded to assist on a medical call after the caller refused to give any information to help locate the patient. Officer located the scene and relayed info to medical personnel.

Officer responded to the 400 block of 9th Street to assist with a medical call.

MPD Blotter April 22 – April 27, 2019

MADRID POLICE BLOTTER

Madrid Police Contact Numbers:

Emergency – 911

Dispatch (Primary) – 515-433-0527

Police Department – 515-795-3113

Police Cell Phone – 515-795-6166

policedept@madridiowa.org

04/22/19

Officer removed a junk vehicle from the 200 block of S. Madison St, with the owner’ permission, after it was served a notice.

Officer removed a junk vehicle from the 400 block of S. Main St, with the owner’s permission, after it was served a notice.

Officer followed up on a property at 1st and Walnut.  A large amount of the property was cleaned up.  When the new owner’s take it over, the rest of the work will be done.

Officer followed up on a property at 6th and S. Union, that had two junk vehicles that were served.  One had been removed over the weekend.  Officer will follow up with the owner on the other one.

Officer followed up on County Line Rd, on a property that was served.  Several items were removed over the weekend and cleaned up.  The owner of two vehicles got them cleaned out and they will be removed this week. Officer will follow up later in the week to check the progress.

Officer removed two junk vehicles and a bunch of appliances, from a property in the 300 block of S. Cedar St, with the permission from the property owner, after speaking to him.

Officer spoke to a Madrid resident reference a possible phone scam dealing with credit card debt.

Officer spoke to a Madrid resident reference extra patrol at his house due to a break-up.

Officer along with Fire/Rescue were dispatched to a gas leak in the 900 block of S. Kennedy.  Black Hills Energy was called to repair the leak.

Officer shared information regarding a past theft case with a neighboring agency whom have had similar cases involving the same suspects.

Officer followed up with the victim of a theft case to return some recovered property.
 
04/23/19

Officer met with a victim of a vehicle burglary, in another jurisdiction, and returned some personal property that was recovered by Madrid Police.

Officer followed up on a junk vehicle, that was served, in the 400 block of E.  9th St.  Vehicle had been removed by the owner.

Officer removed a junk vehicle, in the 600 block of S. Main St. after the owner gave permission.

Officer removed a junk vehicle, in the 200 block of South State St. after the owner gave permission.  The vehicle was served a junk notice previously.

Officer drew up and served three junk vehicle ordinance violations in the City.

Officer assisted Madrid Fire/Rescue with an emergency medical call in the 500 block ofW.  2nd St.
 
04/24/19

Officer was dispatched to the 600 block of Maverick Ln. for a vehicle unlock.  Vehicle was unlocked without incident.

Officer was called to 1st St and Main St, for a car parked on the Highway causing a traffic hazard around the School.  Officer located the out of state owner and had the vehicle moved off the Highway.

Officer served a notice for three junk vehicles, on a property, in the 500 block of S. Main St.

Officer assisted Madrid Fire/Rescue, on an emergency call at the Madrid Elementary School, with a child having a severe allergic reaction.

Officer assisted Madrid Fire/Rescue on a medical call in the 500 block of E.  1st St.

Officer was dispatched to do a welfare check in the 300 block of N.  Locust St.  Everything checked out OK.

Officer stopped a vehicle for an equipment violation.  The driver was given a warning.

Officer responded to the 2000 block of S Ave. regarding a burglary alarm.  Everything checked OK and was a false alarm.  The property owner was notified.
 
04/25/19

Officer removed a junk vehicle from the 300 block of N.  Market St. with the permission of the owner.

Officer assisted Madrid Fire/Rescue on an emergency medical call in the 800 block of South Cedar St.

Officer served a final notice, to the owner of a junk vehicle in Veteran’s Square.
 
04/26/19

Officer spoke to a landlord of a downtown apartment building about a junk vehicle on his property.  Landlord stated that the vehicle would be removed soon.

Officer spoke to a Madrid resident who asked for extra patrol after school during a child exchange.

Officer received a complaint of a large junk pile at Meadow Estates.  Officer called the new park manager and informed them it needed to be cleaned up.

Officer assisted Madrid Fire/Rescue on an emergency medical call in the 200 block ofW.  6th St.

Officer responded to Little St at Main St for a report of fireworks and loud music. Upon arrival the disturbance had already stopped, but the Officer located a possible suspect and advised them of the complaint and asked for their assistance in not happening again.
 
04/27/19

Officer assisted the DEA with a drug drop off at the Madrid Police Department.

Officer stopped a vehicle for a traffic infraction, and found the driver to have a suspended Iowa driver’s license.  Brian Brackney, of Johnston, was cited and released for driving while suspended.

MPD Blotter April 15 – April 21, 2019

MADRID POLICE BLOTTER

Madrid Police Contact Numbers:

Emergency – 911

Dispatch (Primary) – 515-433-0527

Police Department – 515-795-3113

Police Cell Phone – 515-795-6166

policedept@madridiowa.org

 

04/15/19

Officer followed up on several junk vehicle violations served last week.  Officer found that several of the infractions were corrected and other properties had worked over the weekend on theirs.

Officer assisted Madrid Fire/Rescue on an emergency medical call at the Madrid Clinic.  Officer went and picked up the patient’s husband and gave him a ride back to the clinic, since they only had the one vehicle.

Officer received a complaint of a male running stops signs downtown on both Friday and this morning.  Officer was provided a picture of the vehicle.  Officer made contact with the high school student and gave him a verbal warning for this driving and he stated that the issues would be immediately corrected.

Officer spoke to a Madrid resident in the 400 block of South Main St. reference a junk vehicle violation.  Owner gave the officer permission to have the salvage yard come pick it up.  Officer will start the process.

Officer received a complaint of a subject blowing grass clippings into the St..  Officer advised the homeowner whom stated it would be cleaned and more caution taken when mowing.

Officer received a call of a power outage in the 300 block of Locust St.  Officer met with Alliant Energy whom was working on restoring power.

Officer assisted Madrid Rescue regarding a medical call in the 200 block of Grigsby Ct.

Officer was notified of a dog running in the area of 7th and S. Water.  Officer made contact with the owner and the dog was returned by a neighbor.

Officer received a complaint of a subject driving aggressively in the area of Hwy 30 and Hwy 17.  The offending vehicle was last seen South on Hwy 17 from Hwy 30.  The vehicle did not travel into Madrid, officer was unable to locate.

 

04/16/19

Officer received a records request for information from the Council Meeting last night.

Officer followed up on several junk vehicle violations in the City.  Officer will be towing two vehicles from the 300 block of South Cedar St., one vehicle from the 600 Block of South Union, one vehicle from the 200 Block of South State St., and one vehicle from the 200 block of South Madison St.

Officer spoke to two Madrid residents about knife laws with having weapons permits

Officer finger printed a Madrid resident for a job related back-ground check.

Officer assisted Madrid Fire/Rescue on a call in the 300 block of South Cedar St.

Officer received a call of a loud bang in the downtown area.  With assistance from VFW Staff, officer was able to locate a damaged phone box in the alley by Platt Dental.  Officer called Medicom and reported the damage.

Officer spoke to a property owner in the 200 block of South State reference building material stacked up off the alley.  Owner stated that he would get it all removed today.

Officer assisted Madrid Rescue with a medical call in the 300 block of E North St.  Subject accidentally activated a medical lifeline device.  Everything checked OK.

 

04/17/19

Officer met with a staff member with Lifepac, and had all Police and Fire AED’s certified for duty.

Officer finger printed a Madrid resident for a job related back-ground check.

Officer spoke to subjects on both sides of a property sale, at 1st and Walnut, reference a time frame on getting a dumpster in to get the property cleaned up.  Officer has received several complaints about the property.

 

04/18/19

Officer spoke to a Detective from Des Moines PD.  Yesterday they had a chase and recovered a stolen vehicle from Madrid that was reported back in February.  A subject was taken into custody and charged with multiple offenses.  Officer’s exchanged reports and information on the cases.

Officer followed up on a junk vehicle, in the 400 block of Newton Road, that the owner had been spoken to about.  The vehicle had been removed.

Officer followed up on two junk vehicles, that were served in the 200 block of East 6th.  One vehicle had been removed and the second was registered and now being driven.

Officer located a dog running by the elementary school.  Officer located the owner by its rabies tag, and returned it home.

Officer responded to a residence in the 600 block of E. 6th St. reference a civil dispute between roommates.

Officers assisted a resident with removing a junk vehicle from her property.

 

04/19/19

Officer assisted Madrid Rescue/Boone Co. Ambulance with an emergent medical call in the 500 block of W. Second St.

Officer unlocked a vehicle for a resident behind the VFW.

Officer spoke to a resident in reference to a vacation house watch.

Officer assisted with a medical call.

Officer spoke with two females reference a landlord/ tenant issue.

 

4/20/19

Officer took a report of a child being bitten by a dog on the 17th of this month. Officer will make contact with the owner and the humane society.

Officer responded to the 400 block of East 9th St. reference a report of people yelling and possibly fighting. Upon police arrival everything settled down and the two individuals involved in the dispute went separate ways. It was reported by witnesses that no assault took place.

 

04/21/19

Officer followed up on a dog bite case that occurred on 04/17/19.  All information given to Boone Co. Humane Society and they were going to take care of it from there.

Officer spoke to a resident that found a dog running loose in the 500 block of W. Fifth St.  The resident agreed to hold on to the dog due to its size and gave all his information in case the owner called in.

Spoke to the owner of the dog from the previous call.  Gave the owner the contact information and the dog was then retrieved.

Officer responded to a neighbor dispute on South Market St.

MPD Blotter April 8 – April 14, 2019

MADRID POLICE BLOTTER

Madrid Police Contact Numbers:

Emergency – 911

Dispatch (Primary) – 515-433-0527

Police Department – 515-795-3113

Police Cell Phone – 515-795-6166

policedept@madridiowa.org

04/08/19

Officer was called to a suspicious vehicle parked downtown.  Vehicle had no plates and the ignition was tampered with.  Officer also noticed an open container in the vehicle.  Officer will attempt to locate the vehicle’s owner.  Officer spoke to the boyfriend of the truck later in the day.  Officer asked him to move it to a legal parking area in which he immediately did.  Officer answered questions about the registration process for the newly purchased vehicle.

Officer followed up on a complaint of two junk vehicles on a property in the 400 Block of East 2nd Street.  Officer contacted a family member in Woodward who stated that they will get both vehicles put in the garage or removed asap.

Officer met with an insurance agent, who requested a copy of a past accident report.  Officer made copies of the paperwork and provided him with them, after the applicable fee was paid.

Officer received a complaint of a dog barking in the 100 Block of South Dalander St. Complainant stated that something better be done about it or else he was taking it to the next level.  Officer spoke to the owner of the dog and she admitted that the dog was barking while her and her kids were outside playing with the dog, nothing more.  Dog was inside upon the officer’s arrival.

Officer received a complaint from the same subject as above, about a carpet installer working in the street in the 400 Block of East 2nd Street. Officer spoke to the worker and asked him to move to the Church parking lot to cut the piece of carpet, in which he did without issue.

Officer received a request for a past accident report from an insurance company.  Officer made copies and mailed the request back to the requesting party.

Officer stopped a vehicle in the 300 block of N. Kennedy Ave.  The driver, Mason Powers of Marshalltown, was subsequently arrested for a valid warrant reference probation violation and transported to jail.

Officer followed up with a subject regarding information from a past report of harassment.

 

04/09/19

Officer received a parking complaint in the 300 Block of East 6th Street.  A vehicle was blocking a subject’s driveway.  A family member of the owner was contacted and got word to the owner, who moved the vehicle.

Officer served two owners’, of three vehicles, in the County Line Road Trailer Park, with junk vehicle ordinance violations.

Officer served the owner of a junk vehicle in Veteran’s Square, a notice to remove it.

Officer served the owner of a junk vehicle, in the 200 Block of South State Street, a notice to remove it.

Officer mailed the owner of a junk vehicle, in the 100 Block of North Locust, a notice to remove the vehicle.  The owner lives in another city.

Officer served the owner of (2) junk vehicle’s, in the 200 Block of East 6th Street, a notice to have them removed.

Officer received a request for a house watch from a Madrid resident

Officer collected four insufficient checks for the Market of Madrid and closed a case initiated by the business.

Officer received a complaint about (2) dogs running at large on East 9th Street.  Officer spoke to the owner, who was just moving in.  They are putting up a dog run once they are fully moved in so there won’t be an issue going forward.

Officer finger printed a Madrid resident for a job-related background check.

Officer received a call reference an ongoing dispute between several juveniles and a parent of one of the juveniles confronting another at a residence regarding the dispute.  Officer advised both parties involved.

 

04/10/19

Officer finger printed a Madrid resident for a job related back-ground check.

Officer met with a Madrid resident who turned in a lost/found children’s watch.

Officer received a request for a house watch by a Madrid resident.

Officer assisted with an exchange of information, after being called to Wilcox Printing, for a very minor accident, when a delivery truck struck a parked vehicle.

 

04/11/19

Officer was dispatched to Casey’s for a gas drive off.  Officer made contact with the Manager who stated that it happened yesterday and gave him the name of the suspect that they believe did it accidently.  Officer went to the subject’s house, and left a business card, after he found them not home.

Officer spoke to a Madrid resident reference issues that they are having with their juvenile child, along with issues with other children and her child.

Officer received a report of a lost dog that got away from its owner.  Officer received a call from a city employee later in the day, that had saw the dog on West 4th Street.  Officer immediately called the owner who went to try and catch him.

Officer finger printed a Madrid resident for a background check for a suppressor purchase.

Officer mailed a junk vehicle violation notice, to a Madrid resident, for an infraction in the 400 of East 9th.

Officer stopped at a residence in the 600 Block of South Main, reference a junk vehicle.  Officer left a business card with contact info, when he found nobody home.

Officer mailed a junk vehicle violation notice, to a Madrid resident, in the 100 Block of East 6th Street.

Officer noted a vehicle leaving city limits northbound at nearly 90 mph in the 55 zone. Officer was able to catch up to the vehicle near Luther and made a traffic stop. The driver was issued a court summons for speeding.

 

04/12/19

Officer performed a traffic stop, while running radar on Highway 210, and warned a Madrid resident for speeding.

Officer responded to a report of suspicious activity on East 1st Street. Everything checked ok.

 

04/13/19

Officers responded to the 800 block of E. 8th Street reference a downed power line causing electrical service issues throughout the city. The outage was caused by a subject cutting down a tree, it falling the wrong direction and striking the lines. Officers worked with the owners of the property, the electric company, and other emergency services to remedy the issue as quickly as safely possible.

 

04/14/19

Officer responded to the 600 block of Maverick Lane for a verbal domestic situation.  Officer did a stand-by so one of the residents could move out without fear of assault.

 

MPD Blotter April 1 – April 7, 2019

MADRID POLICE BLOTTER

Madrid Police Contact Numbers:

Emergency – 911

Dispatch (Primary) – 515-433-0527

Police Department – 515-795-3113

Police Cell Phone – 515-795-6166 

policedept@madridiowa.org

04/01/19

Officer received a call of a driver doing a poor job of driving into the City, northbound on Highway 17.  Caller stated that it was not the first day that she saw the vehicle drive poorly.  Officer will stop and speak to the driver due to it being called in after the fact.

Officer received a formal complaint by a Madrid resident in the 500 Block of East 1st Street, in reference to 8 properties in her 2-block area, that had what she considered nuisance’s.  Officer spoke to several property owners about cleaning up some areas and will continue to follow up with them on the progress.  Officer will get a hold of the remaining property owners and speak to them as well.  REMINDER: It’s been a long winter but warm weather is finally right around the corner.  Please start cleaning up your yards and getting rid of junk vehicles.  Officers will be serving ordinance violation in the upcoming months.  If you need assistance with getting rid of items, please contact the Chief of Police.

Officer spoke to a Madrid resident reference child custody issues and her ex not taking the child to school today.  Officer contacted the subject and found that the child was home sick.

Officer spoke to a Madrid resident reference a series of insufficient checks to the Market of Madrid.

Officer was contacted by dispatch of a subject that a Trooper arrested in Story County, on a Madrid warrant for child endangerment.  Officer took custody of the female at the Story County Jail and transported her to Boone County.  Arrested was Katherine Mondragon, of Ames.

Officer was called to the Madrid Elementary School for an out of control student.

Officer met with a Madrid resident, who turned in a lost/found cell phone, found in the Park.  Officer made contact with the owner whom picked up the phone.

Officer received a call of a deceased deer in the roadway on Hwy 210 West of Madrid.  Officer removed the deer from the travel portion of the roadway.

 

04/02/19

Officer assisted Madrid Fire/Rescue on a medical call, at the assisted living apartments, at the Madrid Home.

Officer spoke to a Madrid resident reference extra patrol of their residence while they are away dealing with medical issues.

Officer received a call from a subject in Florida, requesting medical attention for his father that lives just outside the City.  Officer contacted dispatch to call out Fire/Rescue/Ambulance to have the subject checked out.

 

04/03/19

Officer received a call from the Public Works Director about finding a burn mark on 8th Street from a resident burning leaves on the City Street.  REMINDER: Residents are not allowed to burn on the City Streets. You must keep the leaves, sticks, and ashes on your own property. City has set dates for burning from April 2nd through May 26th. Please have fires completely extinguished by dark.

Officer was contacted by a City employee who reported a large fight at 3rd and State.  Officer arrived to find a large group of 10-11-year old’s arguing.  Nothing physical occurred.  Officer had the subjects shake hands and agree to stay away from each other if they cannot get along.

Officer received a report of possible re-rod sticking up in the Street in the 200 Block of East 1st Street.  Officer located the object that was just roll filler used when they tarred the cracks in the Highway recently. 

Officer received a call from a resident in the 400 Block of Newton Road reference a lost and found dog.  The owner of the dog claimed it before the Officer’s arrival.

Officer was dispatched to a domestic in the 300 block of N. Union.  It was determined to be a verbal argument over money.  Both parties worked out a solution for the evening.

Officer was notified of several juveniles threatening another at their residence.  Officer will follow up with the juveniles and their parents regarding the allegations.

 

04/04/19

Officer was contacted reference a lost dog.  Owners stopped at the PD a short time later and stated that they had found their dog in a subject’s yard and had re-claimed him.

Officer testified in court, after receiving a subpoena for trial.

Officer spoke to several property owners reference junk ordinance violations.  Officer will be assisting with clean-up on two properties this weekend that have received complaints about junk from a Madrid resident, who are elderly or have been injured.

Officer filled a request from an insurance company, for a copy of a past accident report.

 

04/05/19

Officer assisted Waterloo PD with a case they were working on.

Officer responded to a report of a fight at Edgewood park, officer made contact with the two juvenile females who advised they were just messing around.

 

04/06/19

Officer stopped a vehicle for an equipment violation in the 600 block of E. North St.  The driver was warned for the infraction.

Officer spoke to a juvenile and parent reference a previous reported harassment.  Officer advised the juvenile of being trespassed from the reporting persons property.

 

04/07/19

Officer responded to a residence in the 900 block of S. Kennedy Drive for an incomplete 911 call.  Officer spoke to the residents and found there to be no problem.  Call was from an old telephone line they used to have and is no longer in-service.

MPD Blotter March 25 – March 31, 2019

MADRID POLICE BLOTTER
Madrid Police Contact Numbers:
Emergency – 911
Dispatch (Primary) – 515-433-0527
Police Department – 515-795-3113
Police Cell Phone – 515-795-6166
policedept@madridiowa.org

03/25/2019
Officer received a call of a suspicious vehicle parked on E North St. Officer located the vehicle and found that it had recent damage. The caller stated that a Madrid resident had backed into the vehicle and damaged it but could not locate the owner. The owner called Police a short time later to report the damage after his wife called him at work. The subject will contact for a report after he returns home from work.
Officer spoke to dispatch, who notified him of a subject, who was suspected to be in town, that had (3) valid warrants for his arrest. Dispatch also informed the officer that it showed a warning for violent tendencies for the subject. Officer located the subject in the 900 Block of S State St and took him into custody. The subject was identified as Jeremy Joseph Lund. Two of the warrants were for probation violation and one was for theft. Officer transported the male to the Boone County Jail where he will be held until he is picked up for the issuing agency.
Officer spoke to a Madrid resident about a past accident report and supplied her copies of the pictures from the scene.
Officer spoke to a Madrid resident who believed that she had an animal living in her garage. Officer set a live trap in hopes of catching the cat food thief.
Officer received a request for extra patrol on a house in the City.
Officer spoke to a Madrid resident reference a lost/found bike in the City that he found in his yard. Officer will pick it up and put it at the City Shed until it is claimed by the owner.

03/26/19
Officer assisted a Boone County Deputy, on a traffic stop north of the City on Highway 17, after he called for assistance. Officer stood by while the vehicle was searched. The Deputy took the driver into custody for a drug related offense.
Officer spoke to a detective in Maryland, who was trying to get in contact with a Madrid resident reference a case. Officer stopped at the address provided but could not locate the subject. Officer left a business card for her to contact the Police Department. Subject contacted the officer later in the day and the message was relayed for the detective.
Officer assisted Madrid Fire/Rescue on a medical call in the 300 Block of S Cedar St.
Officer received a call from a Madrid resident reference an opossum in a trap that was set yesterday. Officer relocated the animal to the water plant and warned him for the theft of the cat food.
Officer was dispatched for a welfare check on a male, in the 900 block of S Kennedy Ave. Subject was motionless in a parked vehicle for a long period of time. Officer found the male just taking a nap, enjoying the weather.
Officer filled a records request for a Madrid resident.
Officer spoke to a resident about a prior accident that occurred.
Officer responded to a residence in the 100 block of S Water St for a suspicious person.
Officer spoke to a resident that was inquiring about getting a copy of a police report.

03/27/19
Officer filled a records request for a Madrid resident.
Officer received a call from an owner of a downtown business, with a parking issue. Officer made contact with two subjects and asked them to move their vehicles from private property, no parking zones.
Officer spoke to an attorney in a civil case and shared contact information.

03/28/19
Officer followed up on an accident from last Saturday, in the 300 block of E North St. Officer made contact with the driver and got all the necessary information for the exchange of information form for their insurance companies.
Officer was dispatched to an alarm at the Historical Society. Turned out to be a false alarm accidently set off by an employee.
Officer received a complaint about a property in the 500 block of W 1st St. Officer spoke to a family member of the owner along with family of the new owners that will take possession of the property next week. The property will be cleaned up as soon as the new owners are able to take over ownership of the property.
Officer received a complaint of a semi leaking oil, on the City street off of Southern Prairie Drive. Officer served the owner a notice to clean up the area and remove the semi off of City property and if it was found on City property again, since it has been deemed a hazard, that it would be towed immediately.
Officer performed a traffic stop at Casey’s, on a vehicle that was not displaying a registration plate. Paperwork checked out that it was a newly purchased vehicle.
Officer was dispatched to the 100 block of N Market for an out of control child. Officer worked with the parents to calm the situation before clearing.

03/29/19
Officer was dispatched to a semi that had an unsecured load northbound on Highway 17. Vehicle was through town before Officer was notified. Officer was unable to locate.
Officer received a call at the Police Department from a caller stating that a rock had just came off a semi’s load in front of her, and broke her windshield. Officer stopped the semi and the two drivers exchanged information. The Officer gave dispatch all the information for a call for service since it occurred in the County, to save a trip for a Deputy coming down.
Officer assisted Madrid Fire/Rescue on a medical call in the 300 block of S Cedar St.
Officer picked up a lost/found bike in the 300 Block of S Cedar St.
Officer filled a records request for a Madrid resident on a past accident report.
Officer assisted elementary school staff with speaking with a troubled youth about aggressive behavior at school.

03/30/19
Officer took a report of a missing juvenile after he didn’t return home after work. The young man eventually returned and was OK.
Officer assisted Madrid Rescue and Ambulance with a call on Locust St.

03/31/19
Officer responded to the Madrid Home for a fire alarm. All clear, a resident burnt toast and set the alarm off.

MPD Blotter March 18 – March 24, 2019

MADRID POLICE BLOTTER

Madrid Police Contact Numbers:

Emergency – 911

Dispatch (Primary) – 515-433-0527

Police Department – 515-795-3113

Police Cell Phone – 515-795-6166
policedept@madridiowa.org

03/18/19

Officer was contacted by a homeowner on East North St, reference a vehicle that had been parked in front of their house since last week.  Officer checked on the vehicle and after contacting the owner, found it to be broken down.  The owner had called a tow service that will be removing it and towing it to the repair shop.

Officer followed up with DHS on an on-going case.

Officer spoke to an attorney, who represents a Madrid resident, reference an on-going case.

Officer spoke to several residents of Meadow Estates reference a past case.

Officer spoke to a Madrid resident on Fairview Dr, who complained about a dog continually barking in the early hours. Over the weekend it barked/howled at 2am-3am. Officer will speak to the owner again to see if this disturbance can be controlled.

Officer spoke to a subject whom had concerns for the welfare of a subject in town.  Officer made contact with the subject and checked OK.

Officer along with Madrid Fire were dispatched to the area of 6th and main reference an odor of smoke in the area.  A small fire in a fire pit was located nearby unattended.  The fire was extinguished using the resident’s hose as the potential for the unattended fire to spread to leaves in the yard was present.  

03/19/19

Officer was dispatched to Casey’s regarding an alarm.  It was determined to be an employee error and checked OK.

Officer received a call of a possible prowler in the area of 21st and Union St.  Officer canvassed the area and did not locate anyone in the area.

Officer stopped a vehicle in the 500 block of E. 21st St.  The driver was warned for failure to make complete stop at a stop sign.

Officer reviewed a records request made to the City of Madrid for fulfillment. 

03/20/19

Officer performed a vehicle unlock on Kingman Blvd.

Officer was dispatched to a call of a vehicle driving all over the road at Highway 17 and 2nd St.  Officer stopped the vehicle at 6th and Highway 17 and found that the driver had spilled food on the floor and was attempting to clean it up when she left the roadway.  Officer warned the driver for the safety violation.

Officer spoke to Madrid School Administration Staff reference an attempted computer scam.

Officer received a complaint of a lengthy parked vehicle in the school parking lot.  Officer left a business card in the owner’s door to have it removed from the private property.

Officer performed a traffic stop, on the southern city limits of Highway 17, for a vehicle with no registration plates.  The driver had all paperwork in order for the newly purchased vehicle, and was warned for a reinstatement violation.

Officer, along with a Boone County deputy attempted to serve an arrest warrant in the 900 block of S. Kennedy Ave.  Officers were unable to locate the wanted subject.

Officer was dispatched to an assault involving juveniles in the 600 block of Brodie Ln.  Officer spoke to multiple juveniles whom were present during the altercation. Charges are pending an investigation.

Officer was notified of a subject having a medical issue on the bike trail outside of town.  Officer made contact with the patient on the trail and was assisted by Madrid Fire/Rescue.  

03/21/19

Officer received information from dispatch of a wanted person at a possible address in town.  Officer checked the residence and found nobody home.

Officer spoke to and shared information on a past theft case with Polk City Police Department, who was dealing with the same suspect in a case in their jurisdiction.

Officer received a call from dispatch.  They advised that a crisis hotline received a call from a suicidal subject but had no other information except her phone number.  Officer was able to contact the caller and was able to identify her by her voice from a previous call that he was at the residence.  Officer located the caller and called Madrid Fire/Rescue and Boone County Ambulance to the scene after locating evidence that they were needed. Subject was transported to a Des Moines Hospital for care.

Officer checked on a suspicious subject in a vehicle at 2nd and Water St, after receiving multiple complaints of a female inside acting erratic.  Subject checked on the female in question.  Officer notified the landlord of the situation.

Officer was called to the wonderful Mexican Restaurant on S. Kennedy Avenue, for a vehicle that has been parked in the parking lot, taking up several spaces, for several days.  Vehicle had no plates and the check showed that it was recently sold.  Officer gave them the number to the local tow service so that it could be removed off of private property by the business owner.

Officer assisted Boone County Sheriff’s Office, when their Deputy was out of position, after receiving a 911 call of two subjects trapped in the mud, just off the bike trail, in the 2200 block of Highway 210.  Officer located the subjects and shoulder carried their bikes out for them and helped them make it safely to the roadway.  Officer then cleaned all the mud from their brake systems and tires so they would function properly, before sending them down the roadway. 

03/22/19

Officer attempted to locate a subject with a warrant, in the 900 block of S. Kennedy Avenue.  Subject had moved out of town.

Officer spoke to the new management at Meadow Estates Trailer Park reference on-going events. 

03/23/19

Officer assisted Madrid Fire/Rescue and Boone Hospital regarding a medical call at the Cedar’s.

Officer assisted Deputies in the county on an OWI arrest after they requested assistance. 

03/24/19

Officer assisted Madrid EMS/Boone Co. Ambulance with an emergent medical call at the Madrid Home Assisted Living.

Officer assisted Madrid EMS/Boone Co. Ambulance with an emergent medical call in the 300 block of N. Locust St.

MPD Blotter March 11 – March 17, 2019

MADRID POLICE BLOTTER

Madrid Police Contact Numbers:

Emergency – 911

Dispatch (Primary) – 515-433-0527

Police Department – 515-795-3113

Police Cell Phone – 515-795-6166 

policedept@madridiowa.org

03/11/19

Officer was dispatched to a runaway juvenile.  Officer took the information and had dispatch add the juvenile into the system as a runaway.

Officer was dispatched to the Madrid Tiger Bowl for an alarm.  Everything checked out OK, the cleaning company accidentally set it off. 

Officer assisted Madrid Fire/Rescue, on a medical call in the 600 Block of South Kennedy Avenue.

Officer assisted a Madrid resident in the 100 Block of West 22nd Street, after she locked herself out of her residence.  Officer was able to get her back inside her home.

Officer performed a traffic stop at 22nd Street and Highway 17, when he saw a vehicle pass him with no registration plates.  Paperwork checked out OK on the vehicle.  Officer also informed the owner of a brake-light out.

Officer assisted a Meal on Wheels driver, that was stuck at an elderly ladies’ residence, on QF Lane.  Officer dug the driver out with a shovel and got her safely back on the roadway.

Officer was called to Brodie Lane for a suspicious vehicle.  Officer had a Boone officer locate the owner and notify them that it needed moved.  Mother stated that she would contact her daughter.

Officer assisted Madrid Fire/Rescue on a medical call in the 200 Block of South Market.

Officer assisted Madrid Rescue and Boone Hospital with a medical call at the Cedars.

Officer received a call of juveniles throwing snowballs at a residence.  Officers located the juveniles at the elementary school and spoke to them about the incident.  They agreed not to do it again.

Officer was dispatched to assist a subject whom tried to turn around in her driveway and slid on the ice into a snowbank.  Officer shoveled the vehicle out and carried in the subject’s groceries for her.

 

03/12/19

Officer spoke to an owner of a vehicle parked in Veteran’s Square and had it removed. 

Officer stopped a vehicle at 21st and N. Kennedy for the rear lamps not working on a vehicle.  It was determined the vehicle was just purchased and the driver was unaware of the problem.  Officer advised.

 Officer posted flyers regarding an upcoming DEA sponsored drug take back day to drop off unwanted or outdated medications to be properly disposed of.  Please remember to mark your calendars for Saturday, April 27th from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the Madrid Police Department.

 

03/13/19

Officer was dispatched to Highway 17 for a stalled vehicle being pushed.  Caller was scared with the fog that it would cause an accident.  Officer located the vehicle and gave traffic control until it was safely pushed into the owner’s driveway.

Officer filled a records request for Cedars on a past medical call.

Officer followed up on an accident from over the weekend and interviewed a subject on the case.

Officer was called to Casey’s for a vehicle that had damaged a gas pump.

Officer was notified that Polk County had located and was holding a runaway juvenile previously reported.  Officer notified DHS and the family.  The juvenile was returned home safely.

 

03/14/19

Officer received a call of a suspicious subject walking around 5th and Walnut, wearing all dark clothes and a ski mask.  Officer checked on the male and found it to be a subject that lived in the neighborhood out for a walk.

Officer took a call regarding water backing up into a basement in the 200 block of E 21st Street. Officer forwarded the information onto public works.

03/15/19

Officer responded to an unknown disturbance call at the request of BCSO in the 1600 block of 334 Street.

Officer received a report of suspicious person in the area of N. Main and Little Street.  Officer located the subject and checked for warrants.  Subject was working for real estate mortgage company.  All checked out okay.

 

03/17/19

Officer was requested to do a welfare check in the 200 block of 21st. Street.  No one home at the residence at the time the check was made.

MPD Blotter March 4 – March 10, 2019

 

MADRID POLICE BLOTTER

Madrid Police Contact Numbers:

Emergency – 911

Dispatch (Primary) – 515-433-0527

Police Department – 515-795-3113

Police Cell Phone – 515-795-6166

policedept@madridiowa.org

 

03/04/19

Officer received a report of a lost dog on Maple Ridge Drive.  Officer looked for the dog and was contacted back that he had returned home.

Officer spoke to a DHS worker and shared information on an on-going case.

Officer assisted a subject that was stuck in the snow and spinning on the ice.

Officer assisted with fingerprinting two subjects for state background checks.

 

03/05/19

Officer filled a records request from a State Agency, on a back-ground check on an individual.

Officer received a complaint about the alley behind the VFW being so ice covered that citizens were falling and trucks were unable to deliver goods to the business.  Officer passed it on to the Public Works Supervisor.

Officer received a complaint of a semi parking on Union Street, making the road to narrow with all the ice and snow.  The truck was gone upon the officers arrival.  Officer will follow up if the truck is parked back there and look at the situation.

Officer assisted Boone County Sheriff’s Deputies with a committal pick-up order on a Madrid resident, on County Line Road.  Subject was taken into custody and transported to the Boone County Hospital.

Officer spoke to a Madrid landlord reference a suspicious person that his tenant has seen around the property, after finding evidence of a possible attempted break-in.  Officer was able to identify the subject from the description. 

Officer spoke to a Madrid resident reference an animal concern in the County.  Officer gave her the number to the Boone Area Humane Society.

Officer was called to an unwanted intoxicated female at the VFW.  The female was able to secure a ride from a family member and she was trespassed from the premises by officer.

Officer returned a phone call to a resident regarding questions about storm spotting classes near Madrid.  Officer advised of a free storm spotting class Wednesday, March 13th at 7:00 p.m. at the Boone Auditorium.

Officer assisted with a medical call at the Cedars.

Officer stopped a vehicle in the 400 block of S. Kennedy.  The driver was seen passing multiple vehicles while travelling through town in a no passing zone. The driver was cited for passing contrary to markings and given a warning for speed.

 

03/06/19

Officer’s relayed a vehicle to Ames, to Electronic Engineers, to get work done on it.

Officer assisted a Madrid resident, in the 100 Block of West 22nd Street, after she locked herself out of her house.  Officer was able to gain entry and get her in out of the cold.

Officer assisted Madrid Fire/Rescue on a medical call in the 200 Block of East North Street.

Officer was called to the Madrid Elementary School for a custody issue.  Officer did a stand-by at the school and then followed the family member to the high school and did a second stand-by there.

Officer assisted with a child exchange.  The male half did not show up with the children for exchange.  Officer advised on seeking legal remedies with the civil court. 

Officer stopped a vehicle in the 500 block of E. 1st Street for no tail lamps after dark.  The driver utilized the vehicles 4-way flashers for visibility to travel a short distance home.  Officer advised.

Officer spoke to several residents regarding a parking complaint. 

 

03/07/19

Officer spoke to a Polk County Deputy, who requested assistance in locating a Madrid resident, for a case.  Subject was not home so the Officer left a business card with the contact information for the Deputy.

Officer was called to East 9th for subjects going door to door.  Officer made contact with several individuals with the Kirby Vacuum Cleaner Company.  The subjects had not filled out a vendor permit with the City.  Officer informed them that they must do this before they could go door to door in the City.

 

03/08/19

Officer unlocked a vehicle for a subject on Southern Prairie Dr.

Officer stopped a vehicle with no registration in the 600 block of N. Kennedy.  It was determined to be a newly purchased vehicle.  Everything checked OK.

Officer returned a phone call to a subject in reference to a lost wallet.

Officer responded to the intersection of Kennedy and First Streets for a car/pedestrian accident.  Officer did investigation at the scene and assisted Madrid Rescue/Boone County Ambulance.

Officer responded to a residence in the 300 block of N. Locust St. for a juvenile that was out of control.

 

03/09/19

Officer made contact with a Madrid resident regarding found property in Boone.  The owner will make arrangements to pick up the property from Boone PD.

 

03/10/19

Officer assisted Madrid Rescue with an emergent medical in the 900 block of Kennedy Dr.