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
Officer met the Emergency Management Coordinator in Boone and loaded up supplies. Officer dropped off the medical supplies to both Cedar’s and the Madrid Home.
Officer returned a call to a Madrid resident needing information on a local business.
Officer received a complaint of a fire hydrant leaking at 3rd and State. Officer passed on the information to public works.
Officer received a call from a postal employee that got bit by a dog while on her route in the 500 block of South Market. Officer called the Boone Area Humane Society and gave them the information.
Officer spoke to a past Madrid resident in the 600 block of South Union Street reference a junk vehicle and the yard needing mowed. She stated that the house was no longer owned by her and that she was unable to mow. Officer informed her that the City would mow the yard and access the cost to the property taxes. She stated that was fine and also gave permission to have the vehicle towed.
Officer gave traffic control for the Madrid Fire Department, to clean out the bridge on East 1st Street.
Officer met with postal staff and followed up on a dog bite from yesterday and gave them a copy of the call for service for their records.
Officer attempted to serve an arrest warrant in the 200 block of South Greene St. Subject was located but extradition was denied.
Officer responded to the area of East Second and Cedar Street for a report of motorcycles driving carelessly. Officer responded to the area but was unable to locate described bikes.
Officer responded to the Madrid High School for an alarm. Building was checked. No open doors located. Alarm was deactivated and reset by keyholder.
Officer responded to an altercation at the intersection of Madison and East Second St. Altercation was verbal only between mother and son. Officer mediated and counseled the situation.
Officer responded to the 200 block of E. Second Street for suspicious activity.
Officer responded to the 100 block of Jonathan Drive for a juvenile problem.
Officer assisted Ankeny Police Department with an arrest of a Madrid resident on domestic related charges from their city. Officer transported the male to Polk City for the prisoner exchange.
Officer followed up with a dog bite case for the humane society.
Officer assisted BCH with a lift assist medical call in the 800 block of E. 8th Street.
Officer returned a phone call about child custody issues.
Officer arrested a suspect for OWI 1st, while performing field sobriety tests the suspect fled on foot and was later apprehended a few blocks away from the original stop.
Officer took a report from a male regarding property that his ex-girlfriend was refusing to return. The officer explained that it was a civil issue but agreed to speak with her as an intermediary between them. The ex-girlfriend stated that she did not want the property and advised that she would happily return it.
Officer followed up with a dog bite case.
Officer unlocked a vehicle in the 300 block of N. Main Street.
Officer passed along paperwork from the humane society to a resident that did not have another way to retrieve it.
Officer issued a citation for careless driving.