Archive for Police Reports

MPD Blotter September 9 – September 15, 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 

09/09/19

Officer received a call of a lost dog.  Shortly after receiving the call, a city worker called it in, in the 100 Block of Maple Ridge.  Officer called the owner back and left a message for them to respond to the area.

Officer sent a follow up email to a Madrid resident, who made a complaint over the Labor Day Celebration, of an ATV riding on Highway 210/17.  Officer did an investigation and found it to be staff needing to go to Casey’s to get items for vendors downtown.  The subject was addressed in the open council meeting about the subject as well, but the Officer followed up with the complainant, after she sent another email asking why her complaint did not make the blotter.

Officer spoke to a Madrid resident on Southern Prairie Drive, reference issues he is having with the neighbor’s dog, trying to jump the fence, to get into his back yard, where he has two small dogs.

Officer received a request for a copy of an accident report from an insurance company representing one of the drivers. Officer mailed the report after receiving payment.

Officer did a back-ground check on a county resident, just outside city limits, for a Federal Investigator.

Officer responded to a report of a domestic disturbance in the 600 block of South Green Street.  Officer arrested Kevin Johns for domestic assault.

Officer returned a call to a Madrid resident who returned home from vacation, to find his water shut off.  The City posted the wrong residence and turned off the water.  Officer called a City water employee who went out and turned the water back on for the resident.

09/10/19

Officer followed-up on a domestic arrest from the previous night.

Officer was called to the alley behind VFW for a utility pole that just fell.  Officer called out City Works to place barricades up to block the alley and 3rd Street.  Officer had dispatch contact Alliant Energy, phone, and cable companies to advise them.

Officer assisted Madrid Fire/Rescue on a medical call in the 400 Block of North Water Street.

Officer assisted Madrid Fire/Rescue and Boone County Ambulance, with a lift assist on a medical call, in the 500 Block of Milwaukee Street.

09/11/19

Officer spoke to a Story County DHS worker reference a past Madrid resident.  Officer forwarded her past calls for service dealing with the subject.

Officer spoke to a Madrid mother reference her 14-year-old daughter drinking at her dad’s house this past weekend.  Officer gave her the number for the Boone Police Department to speak with them on the issue.

Officer spoke to a Madrid resident reference a scooter that he bought and then found the title was from 2011.  Officer explained the options to have the title brought up to date to license.

Officer assisted a young man with a flat tire on his bike at the library.  It was determined that the tube had been popped and was not able to be fixed there, so the Officer loaded the bike and young man up and took him home.

Officer responded to the 600 block Maverick lane for a juvenile having mental health issues.  Assisted EMS.  Juvenile referred to Blank Children’s Hospital.

09/12/19

Officer assisted a Madrid High School student, with giving them a ride from the elementary school to the high school, after missing the bus, due to over-sleeping.

Officer met with the Public Works Director, and made plans to change locations and add both stop and yield signs, throughout the City.

Officer spoke to the owner of the Laundromat, who had video of juveniles committing a theft, over the Labor Day Celebration.  Officer was able to identify the subjects off of the video.  Theft charges are pending in this case.

Officer returned a phone call, to a Madrid resident, after they left a message with City Hall Staff.

Officer took a report of a vehicle driving too fast through a residential neighborhood. Officer was unable to locate the described vehicle.

09/13/19

Officer and City Officials tested the new Emergency Siren.

Officer followed up on a theft from the Madrid Laundromat.

Officer spoke to a Madrid resident, reference a possible theft.
 

09/14/19

Officer received a call about a neighborhood issue that is ongoing.

Officer performed a traffic stop Hwy 210 and County Line Road. Driver was warned for the infraction.

9/15/19

Officer responded to a down power line on fire in the 600 Block of West 5th.  Assisted Fire Department and Power company called.

Officer responded to a vehicle unlock at the Madrid Home

Officer responded to a report of vandalism (T-Ping).  Homeowner found who had done it prior to arrival and did not want to pursue investigation.

Officer received a call of two dogs got away from home.

Officer received a call about a suspicious vehicle, Officer checked vehicle everything ok

MPD Blotter September 2 – September 8, 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

09/02/19

Officer assisted Labor Day staff with moving cars off of the parade route.

Officer was dispatched to a call of dispute at 1st and State.  Officer spoke with the residents and advised a solution for the remainder of the Labor Day Celebration.

Officer was dispatched to a two-vehicle accident, in the 100 Block of South Kennedy Ave.  Officer did a vehicle exchange of information for both drivers.

Officer took a report of two run-away children from Ames.

Officer performed a vehicle unlock for a resident at Edgewood Park.

09/03/19

Officer assisted Madrid Fire/Boone Co. Ambulance with an emergent medical call at Madrid Home.

Officer assisted Madrid Fire/Boone Co. Ambulance with a medical call in the 600 block of S. Green street.

Officer released bike that was impounded on Sept 1st during the car show.

Officer fingerprinted a resident for an employment background check.

Officer assisted in issuing a gas voucher to a subject for the Evangelical Free Church.

Officer spoke to a resident about a civil matter.

09/05/19

Officer received information of a recovered stolen vehicle. Officer attempted to call the owner but could not reach him on the phone. Officer attempted to locate the owner at his residence with no luck. Vehicle was taken to Central Iowa Towing in Ames.

Officer received a call from a resident about kittens under her porch. Officer called Boone County Animal Rescue and left a message waiting for return call.

Officer spoke with Madrid resident about ongoing land dispute between neighbors.

Officer responded to a residence on Jonathon Drive reference a family dispute.

09/06/19

Officer followed up with the towing company reference a previous recovered stolen vehicle case.

Officer assisted a subject regarding a food/fuel voucher from the E-free church.
 
09/07/19

Officer attended City Council meeting.

Officer responded to a motor vehicle accident in the 300 Block of North Walnut.  No injuries.

Officer took an informational report regarding juvenile behavior, per DHS request.

Officer responded to a medical call in 500 Block of Kingman.  Officer assisted EMS.

09/08/19

Officer was requested for a civil stand-by in the 300 block of N. Water Street.

Officer fingerprinted a resident for a real estate license background check.

Officer followed up on a domestic call from last week.

Officer worked with a resident reference family issues and an unwanted subject at the residence. Officer issued a trespassing warning to them.

MPD Blotter August 26 – September 1, 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

 

08/26/19

Officer was stopped by a subject who reported a male transient, walking Northbound on Highway 17, who was staggering and went down at 315th Street.  Officer informed dispatch and then made contact with the subject.  Male had walked from Slater and was heading home to Boone.  Subject denied medical services.  Officer advised dispatch and asked that a Deputy be notified for possible transport home.

Officer spoke to a Madrid resident reference some home issues that he was having.  Everything checked out OK.

Officer spoke to a local landlord about checking an Iowa Courts online background on a possible renter.

Officer had (2) junk vehicles towed from the 100 Block of South Main Street to clean up for the Labor Day Celebration.

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

Officer followed up on a possible theft report.

 

08/27/19

Officer spoke to the trucks hauling white rock to the Elementary School road project about the one-way traffic around the school, from 7:30-8:30.

Officer was dispatched to a vehicle unlock in the 600 Block of South Green Street.  Officer unlocked the vehicle without incident.

Officer assisted (2) Madrid residents, with a landlord/tenant issue, in the 600 Block of South Washington Street.

Officer spoke to a resident about how to obtain vehicle information for damaged/totaled vehicles.

 

08/28/19

Officer spoke to fire department staff reference safety issues for this weekend’s annual celebration.

Officer spoke to downtown residents and business people reference having all vehicles moved for this weekend’s annual celebration.

Officer was called to the elementary school for a student that was out of control.  Officer located the child, allowed the child to cool down, and walked him back to the school with staff.

Officer mediated a child-custody exchange.

Officer responded to Southern Prairie Drive to assist Madrid Fire and Rescue in landing Mercy One helicopter.  Helicopter transport was disregarded.

Officer responded to the 600 block of West 4th for a possible burglary in progress.  No signs of entry.

Officer responded to a verbal domestic in the 700 block of E North Ave.  Parties were separated for the night.

 

08/29/19

Officer assisted Madrid Fire/Rescue on an emergency medical call in the 500 Block of South Water Street.

Officer assisted a Madrid resident with information on a past case for an insurance claim.

Officer spoke to staff at Git N Go reference a female dumping garbage at the business.

Officer spoke to the owner of two vehicles parked in the elementary school parking lot.  The owner is moving one and the other will be picked up by a salvage yard in the morning.

Officer spoke to a Madrid resident reference the eviction process.  Officer also called the landlord of the subject and informed him of the issues at the residence.

Officer spoke to a Madrid resident, reference a trespass warning he wanted for his property, in the 500 Block of Milwaukee Street.

Officer spoke to several Madrid residents who complained about scam calls from Social Security.  These are all scam calls. Do not confirm or give any information over the phone.

Officer started a case for an insufficient check, from Tiger Bowl.

 

08/30/19

Officer assisted with moving vehicles downtown, to get ready for the weekend celebration.

Officer was dispatched to Continental Labs, to speak with management.  They wanted a past employee told that he could not be in the building unless he came to the front office. Officer relayed the message.

Officer collected payment and closed a case for an insufficient check from Tiger Bowl.

Officer assisted Madrid Fire/Rescue, on an emergency medical call at the Madrid Clinic.

Officers attended the home football game and assisted with traffic control.

 

8/31/19

Officer was contacted by Des Moines Police Detective regarding a missing/runaway female juvenile that may have headed to Madrid.  Officer located juvenile and she was returned to family.

Officer arrested Michael Brink, who was with the runaway that was taken into custody.  Subject had (2) valid felony warrants out of Winneshiek County for Theft 2nd and Burglary.

Officers assisted Madrid Fire/Rescue on a medical call in the 200 Block of West 7th Street.

Officer took a report of a runaway juvenile and entered her into the system.

 

09/01/19

Officer assisted Madrid Fire/Rescue on a medical call in the 900 Block of South Kennedy Avenue.

Officer assisted Labor Day members with moving a vehicle downtown for the car show.

Officer performed an unlock at the downtown car show.

Officer met with a Madrid resident who turned in a lost and found wallet.  Officer located the owner and turned it over to him.

Officer assisted Madrid Fire/Rescue on a medical call in the 200 Block of West 7th Street.

Officer spoke to parent who reported their 14-year-old daughter as a runaway last night.  The juvenile stopped home and then left again against moms demands.  Officer contacted Woodward PD to try and assist with locating the female.

Officer spoke to several kids about riding bikes downtown and around vehicles in the car show.

Officer followed up with the missing juvenile report from the previous night. The juvenile was located in the county and put in contact with her parents.

 

MPD Blotter – August 19 – August 25, 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

08/19/19

Officer spoke to a Madrid resident reference a house watch while they are on vacation.

Officer spoke to the Public Works Director, reference damage at Edgewood Park.  Several names were given that could have been involved.

Officer received a request for a past accident report from an insurance company.  Officer filled the request after receiving payment from the adjustor.

Officer spoke to a Madrid resident reference a scam call dealing with Social Security.

Officer spoke to several Madrid residents about mowing yards, debris in yards, and junk vehicles for the final push of cleaning up, to get ready for a great Labor Day celebration.

Officer was dispatched to Casey’s for a possible accident in the parking lot.  Officer arrived and inspected both vehicles and found nothing on them that appeared to be new damage.  Officer did a call for service.

Officer responded to the 600 block of South Kennedy for a burglary report.  Report taken.

 

08/20/19

Officer was dispatched to two dogs running at large in the 500 Block of South Market Street.  Officer arrived and kept the two animals there until the owner could arrive and pick them up.

Officer received a complaint from Kading property staff of a vehicle parking on City property on East 8th Street.  Officer will speak to the owner about not parking there, blocking turning traffic into the property.

Officer received a complaint from a downtown business owner, reference (2) vehicles parked in the 100 Block of South Water Street.  One was reported to have been parked there for months and one was reported to have a bad transmission.  Officer tagged both vehicles for removal to get ready for the annual Labor Day celebration.

Officer assisted Madrid Fire/Rescue on a medical call in the 400 Block of North Water Street.

Officer responded to 900 block of South Kennedy for a follow-up investigation.

Officer received a request for a past report.  Officer mailed the report to the requesting agency.

Officer took a report of an item that was delivered to an address in the 100 Block of North Kennedy Ave that was taken before he could retrieve it.  Subject called back later in the night and stated that the item had been found and returned unopened to his address.

 

08/21/19

Officer spoke to (2) Madrid residents that both reported that they received back to back calls from subjects claiming to be with Social Security.  Neither resident gave out any personal information.  REMINDER: IRS, Social Security, etc will not call you for information.  If you get a call like this, it is a scam.  Do not give them any personal information and just hang up.

Officer responded to a vehicle unlock at the Madrid Elementary School.  Vehicle was unlocked.

Officer took a theft report from the 900 block of South Kennedy.

 

08/22/19

Officer spoke to a Madrid resident reference an on-going civil issue.

Officer was called to Casey’s for a dog running at large.  Officer located the owner and she picked up the animal.

Officer spoke to the Emergency Management Coordinator about the storm siren system.

 

08/23/19

Officer assisted with traffic control around the elementary school for the first day of school, around the road construction.

Officer was called to a two-vehicle accident at 8th and South Kennedy Ave.  A vehicle driven by Wesley Steele of Boone, rear ended a vehicle driven by Buddy Petersen of Madrid, as he sat Southbound, waiting for turning traffic. No injuries were reported.

Officer spoke to a Madrid resident who asked for extra patrol, after receiving threatening messages.  It appeared to be a scam message.

Officer assisted with a medical call.

 

08/24/19

Officer assisted resident in the 2000 Rose in locating a lost dog.  Dog was found by neighbor and returned to owner.

Officer responded to Madrid Home for an emergent medical call.  Officer assisted EMS.

Officer spoke to a citizen about how to report criminal activity in another jurisdiction.

Officer responded to a complaint of someone riding a minibike on the roadway at 4am. The rider was determined to be a juvenile. Officer made contact with the parent and allowed them to handle discipline on the matter.

 

08/25/19

Officer received a phone call from a concerned citizen that Dollar General had the lights on inside and was locked up. While on the phone with Corporate the store manager showed up and advised an employee was a no call no show.

Officer performed a welfare check on an adult female who did not show up for work and no one could get ahold of her. Employer got a hold of her by phone and everything was ok.

Officer returned a phone call in reference to an old trespass order.

 

MPD Blotter August 13 – August 18, 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

08/13/19
Officer spoke to a Madrid resident, who wanted to make a complaint about loud music from over the weekend, on West 8th Street.  The property in question is actually in the County so she was informed to call dispatch if the problem continues.

Officer spoke to a Madrid resident reference issues she is having with a family member and just wanted us aware of the situation.

Officer contacted the Iowa Lottery, for assistance with an on-going case.

Officer spoke to Management at Meadow Estates reference an issue with a tenant in the Park.

Officer spoke to a Polk County Attorney and exchanged information on a case and emailed them a call for service also.

Officer assisted Dallas County, with identifying a subject, that was at the Woodward Academy acting suspicious.

Officer followed up on a vehicle served in Veteran’s Square, for lengthy parking.  Vehicle had been removed by the owner.

Officer spoke to staff at Git N Go, reference a female putting garbage in their dumpster.

Officer performed a background check for a federal investigator from Border Patrol.

Officer worked on a records request received from a Madrid resident.

Officer spoke to a juvenile that was saw riding a moped carelessly. Officer called the father and let him handle it at home.

Officer responded to the intersection of Union and 21st for a motor vehicle accident.

08/14/19

Officer was dispatched to 5th and Main, for two subjects arguing in the roadway.  Officer located the subjects who were already separated.  Officer found one of them to be having some mental health issues.  A third party transported the subject to Ames, for an evaluation.

Officer was called to the Cedar’s for a subject sleeping in his truck.  Officer performed a welfare check and found that the paper delivery person was taking a break.

Officer followed up with Casey’s staff reference an on-going case.

Officer spoke to a juvenile female about a driving issue and notified her mother of the interaction.

Officer met with elementary school staff and came up with a safety plan for drop off and pick up children until the road construction project is completed.

Officer met with VFW Staff and watched a video of a couple picking up a money drop, from the business, that was accidently dropped on the sidewalk.  Investigation is on-going.

Officer met with the City Attorney and filled a records request for a Madrid resident.

08/15/19

Officer received information and was able to identify a subject that he was looking to question on a case from the VFW.  Officer spoke to the subject who located the lost/found money and she turned it in.

Officer interviewed a Madrid resident, for information on a past criminal case.

Officer released a copy of an accident report, to a Madrid resident, who was involved in an accident on Monday night.

08/16/19

Officer received a complaint of trespassing and criminal mischief in the 300 Block of West 6th Street.  Officer watched the subject’s security camera and was able to identify the male suspect.  Officer took a report and sent up for a warrant on the subject.

Officer arrested Joel Jeffress, on a Madrid warrant, for criminal mischief in the 4th degree.

08/17/19

Officer assisted Madrid Fire/Rescue on a medical call.

Officer took a report of a downed sign at Edgewood Park

Officer returned a phone call to Madrid citizen

08/18/19

Officer responded to the Madrid Service Center for a 911 hang-up call.  Officer spoke to subjects inside and found it to be kids playing with the phone.

Officer received report of vehicle travelling North on Hwy 17 all over the road.  Office located the vehicle and stopped it.  Found to be an elderly female that was tired.  Driver pulled vehicle off into HS parking lot to rest.

Officer performed a welfare check on a 2yr old child at the request of the father.   Officer also advised his child custody issues are a civil matter.

Officer took a report of a stolen vehicle. Victim advised it was in the parking lot as late as 4pm today, Officer sent papers to county attorney for charges. While starting on paperwork the vehicle and suspect returned home. Victim decided to take care of the issue internally.

MPD Blotter August 5 – August 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

08/05/19
Officer was dispatched to the 900 Block of South Kennedy Ave, for a vehicle parked on a neighbor’s property, that they wanted moved.  Owner immediately removed the vehicle from the neighbor’s driveway.

Officer was called to the City Shed by Madrid street employees for a dog that wondered into the shop.  Officer was able to return the animal to its owner, due to it being registered with the City.

Officer assisted Boone County and checked on all sirens in the City, working on the new radio system that is being installed.

Officer spoke to a Madrid resident reference fraudulent spending on her credit card.

Officer returned a call to a federal background investigator, and shared information about two past Madrid residents.

Officer met with post office staff, who turned in a lost/found wallet left at the business.  Officer returned the wallet to the rightful owner.

Officer received a call from a street department worker, reference a young female walking West on Highway 210.  Officer checked on the 12-year-old female who was walking home to the Reddish Addition.  Officer gave her a ride due to distance and amount of traffic.

Officer spoke to an insurance investigator, working on a case, who exchanged information.

Officer responded to a juvenile welfare check.  All children were safe.

Officer responded to the 600 Block of South Union for a bat in the home.  Officer provided assistance.

08/06/19
Officer returned a phone call to a parent of a Madrid juvenile, reference issues going on in Madrid.

Officer was dispatched to a firm alarm at the Madrid Home.  Officer arrived and found it to be a false alarm.

Officer was dispatched to an open line 911 call.  Caller was moving around City streets in a vehicle.  Officer was able to locate the caller and found it to be an accidental dial.

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

Officer spoke to two property owners downtown again, reference clean-up on city property, getting ready for the annual Labor Day Celebration.

Officer responded to 100 block East 2nd for a medical assist.  Officer assisted EMS.

08/07/19
Officer arrested Jake Shaw on valid Polk County warrants and transported him to the Des Moines river bridge to meet Polk County Deputy and transfer custody.

Officer responded to 400 Block of East 1st for an emergency medical call.  Officer assisted EMS.

Officer responded to the Madrid Market for a vehicle unlock.  Successfully unlocked.

8/8/19
Officer picked up a subject on a Madrid PD warrant at the Dallas Co. Jail and transported to the Boone Co. Jail.

Officer responded to the Meadow Estates park reference suspicious activity.

Officer was dispatched to the 800 block of S. State Street reference an animal at large. The dog’s owner came to pick up the dog.
 
08/09/19
Officer spoke with detective from DMPD looking for a believed resident of Madrid, subject had made terroristic threats on Facebook.

Officer asked Madrid resident to move vehicle to allow road workers better access.

08/10/19
Officer responded to a parking complaint in the cul-de-sac off Southern Prairie Dr.  Semi parked in the circle area.  Semi was moved by driver.
 
08/12/09
Officer recovered a vehicle that was reported stolen from Madrid.  Items were collected from the vehicle as evidence and the vehicle was then turned over to the owner.

Officer picked up lost wallet from the Market of Madrid.

Officer provided traffic control for a stalled motorist on S. Kennedy Drive.

Officer responded to the Madrid Home for a vehicle unlock.  Successfully unlocked.

Officer fingerprinted medical applicant.

MPD Blotter July 29 – August 4, 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

07/29/19

Officer returned a call to a Madrid resident, reference needing information about a self-defense class, for her and her daughter.

Officer returned a call to the owner of the Madrid Laundromat, reference needing assistance locating a renter he has not heard from in 4 months.

Officer spoke to a Madrid resident reference a house watch while they were on vacation.

Officer followed up on a junk vehicle that was served in the 400 Block of South Market Street. Vehicle had been removed.

Officer received a report of unattended children in a van, running at the Market of Madrid.

Officer responded to a noise complaint of a barking dog in the 200 block of E 8th.  Owner was located and notified.

Officer responded to Maverick Lane for a report of a missing juvenile.  Juvenile returned home prior to officer’s arrival.

07/30/19

Officer attended a round table meeting with school staff along with emergency management.

Officer assisted Madrid Fire/Rescue, on an emergency medical call, in the 100 Block of Southern Prairie Drive.

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

Officer was dispatched to a careless driver coming into town on Highway 17, that turned West onto 22nd Street.  Officer located the vehicle at 22nd and Market and made contact with the driver.  The driver was having issues with his contact and made him swerve once.  Everything checked out OK.

Officer responded to 700 block of E 6th for an emergency medical call.  Assistance provided to EMS.

07/31/19

Officer assisted an Urbandale detective, with attempting to identify a subject possibly from our City.

Officer received drug information, from dispatch, that came through the TIP line.

Officer was dispatched to the 500 Block of Milwaukee Street, to assist a resident with his medical equipment.

Officer received a call of a dog running in the 200 Block of South Kennedy Ave.  The owner picked up the dog before the Officer’s arrival.

Officer was dispatched to a suspicious vehicle on West 4th Street.  Vehicle was described as a Blue Ford Explorer with no plates.  Officer was unable to locate the vehicle.

Officer spoke to a Boone County deputy and exchanged information reference a subject with a valid pick-up order.

Officer worked on a records request after receiving one from a Madrid resident.

Officer performed a vehicle unlock at Casey’s.

08/01/19

Officer received a call of a parking issue downtown.  Officer made contact with the subject and helped him remove it after it had stalled.

Officer took a report of a door open on an abandoned building downtown. Officer was unable to properly secure the building so passed the info on to public works.

Officer responded to the police department to take a report from a juvenile regarding a domestic related issue. The Officer transported the juvenile home on Jonathon Drive and spoke with all parties involved.

08/02/19

Officer performed vehicle unlock for an Iowa DNR van just outside city limits.

Officer conducted a traffic accident investigation at Hwy 17 and 210

Officer received complaint of loud music in the 500 block of Milwaukee.  Officer was unable to locate the source of the complaint.

Officer assisted medics in the 500 block of Milwaukee.

08/03/19

Officer received a call of a found dog in the 200 block. of N. Union St. Officer was able to identify the owner through a microchip.  The dog was returned to the owner.

Officer received a call of a missing cat in the 700 block of E. 1st Street.

Officer spoke to a subject regarding possible fraud from an online purchase.

08/04/19

Officer responded to Edgewood park reference possible reckless driving. Officer did not witness anything hazardous occurring.

MPD Blotter July 22 – July 28, 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

07/22/19

Officer spoke to a Madrid resident reference parking a semi in the 200 Block of South Union Street.

Officer was dispatched to a vehicle Southbound on Highway 17, careless driving.  Officer located the vehicle and initiated a traffic stop.  The Illinois family was enroute to Drake to drop off their daughter attending college there, and running late.  Officer warned them for the excessive speed.

Officer spoke to a postal investigator reference concerns from a local carrier.  Officer addressed the issues and stated that he would follow up if there were further issues.

07/23/19

Officer received a call of a lost dog in the 500 Block of 2nd Street.  Officer received information a short time later that she had returned home.

Officer received a call from City Hall Staff, that a dog was dropped off that was found in the middle of Highway 210.  The animal was claimed by her owner.

Officer worked with City Staff and Emergency Management, to coordinate a tornado siren issue the City was having.

Officer received a call of a missing person and a robbery that occurred.  After speaking with them briefly, it was determined that the female was in Madrid Spain.  Officer informed that they needed to contact law enforcement there to take the report.

Officer followed up with Post Office Staff reference an issue a mail carrier was having.

Officer was contacted by dispatch reference a careless driver called in by a Boone County Ambulance.  Officer was a mile behind the ambulance and due to safety issues because of heavy traffic, the call was passed onto Polk County.

Officer spoke to a Madrid resident reference rules on a lemonade stand to be set up on their own property.

Officer assisted Madrid Fire/Rescue, with a medical call in the 500 Block of Milwaukee Street.

Officer was notified by a parent of their juvenile sneaking out late at night with friends and was in the area of Edgewood Park.  Officer responded and the juvenile ran into a cornfield.  The juvenile was brought back to the park and released to a parent.

07/24/19

Officer located a semi-truck/trailer, parked on Highway 17, just North of the Highway 210 intersection.  Officer made contact with the driver who had fallen asleep, parked on the shoulder of the Highway.  Officer had the subject pull over onto Annex Road to get some coffee and stretch before he continued his route.

Officer assisted Madrid Fire/Rescue on an emergency medical call in the 400 Block of Newton Road.

Officer returned a call to a DHS worker, and exchanged information on a case.

Officer assisted Madrid Fire/Rescue on an emergency medical call in the 300 Block of South Water Street.

Officer followed up on a downtown business served for overgrown weeds and a junk vehicle.  The grass had been mowed and the vehicle was being removed tonight or tomorrow.

Officer received a call of a Red BMW, heading North on Highway 17, at a high rate of speed.  Vehicle made it through the City before the Officer could get into position.

Officer was notified of a welfare check on family members whom have not been heard from in several days.  Officer located the subjects and spoke to them over the phone.  It was determined they were on vacation and everything checked OK.

07/25/19

Officer returned a phone call to a subject who had questions reference on on-going DHS case.

Officer met with a Madrid resident, who turned in a lost/found bike lock.

Officers responded to a downtown apartment to assist a subject having a mental health crisis. Officers along with personnel from Boone County Hospital and the mobile crisis unit spoke with the subject for nearly 4 hours to convince them to seek help. Ultimately personnel were able to get through to them and an Officer transported the subject to the Boone County Hospital for further resources.

7/26/19

Officer responded to a minor two-vehicle accident on private property near 6th and Kennedy Ave. Officer assisted family members in exchange of vital vehicle information.

07/27/19

Officer received a call reference a welfare check on some dogs that were outside in the 900 Block of South Kennedy.
 
07/28/19

Officer attempted to locate a vehicle for Polk Co. that was involved in a hit and Run accident.  Unable to locate the vehicle.

Officer attempted to locate a reckless driver possibly headed to town. Vehicle never reached city limits.

Officer responded to S. Union Street reference a burning complaint. Officer spoke with the property owner who agreed to extinguish the fire.

MPD Blotter July 15 – July 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

 

07/15/19

Officer returned a lost/found wallet, from over the weekend, to its owner.

Officer followed up on a call at Dollar General over the weekend.

Officer spoke to a family, about a property that needs cleaned up, on North Union Street.

Officer was called to Subway for a vehicle unlock.  Officer unlocked the vehicle without incident.

Officer spoke to a Madrid resident, who was served a junk vehicle ordinance violation, in the 400 Block of South Market Street.  She stated that a family member would be picking up one vehicle this week and that the other would have plates on it and be driven.  Officer will follow up and make sure the infractions are corrected.

Officer tagged a vehicle for removal in Veteran’s Square.  Officer also followed up on two other vehicles that were tagged in that area and found both vehicles had been taken care of.

Officer did a background check, for a Federal Background Investigator, on a past Madrid resident, for a job-related background check.

Officer was called to Southern Prairie Drive, for a report of a dog barking all morning.  Officer checked on the animals and located a new puppy in a kennel that was crying for attention.  The dogs had plenty of water and were well taken care of.  Neighbor stated that he would notify the owners that an Officer was there.

Officer received a call of a suspicious subject laying in the roadway by Edgewood Park.  Officer found the male subject riding his bike a block away and appeared to be OK.

Officer was notified of a vehicle striking a flower pot in front of City Hall.  No damage was done to City property and no reportable damage was done to the subject’s vehicle.

Officer was dispatched to a noise complaint in the 700 block of W. 2nd.  It was determined one of the parties had a valid statewide warrant from Jefferson.  The subject retreated to a basement bedroom and refused to exit.  Officer along with Sheriff Deputies were able to eventually take the subject into custody without further incident.  Arrested was Anthony Frey, of Madrid, for violation of a court order.  

Officer stopped a vehicle in the 100 block of S. Main street for a moving violation.  The driver was warned for improper stop at a stop sign.

 

07/16/19

Officer met with an Iowa State Patrol Officer and finished the DOT road closing paperwork for the annual Labor Day Celebration.

Officer spoke to the landlord, of a subject arrested last night, who wanted information on the eviction process.  Officer recommended that he speak to an attorney and get the process started immediately.

Officer returned a call to an Ames Probation Officer, reference an arrest from last night, and left him information on his voicemail.

Officer was called to 6th and State, by a Postal employee, for a dog running at large.  Officer picked up the animal and returned her home.

Officer spoke to a Madrid resident, who was served a junk vehicle ordinance violation, in the 400 Block of South Market Street.  They advised that Teen Challenge would be picking up the vehicle next week.  Officer will follow up to make sure it is removed.

Officer witnessed a suspicious vehicle occupied by two people behind a local business.  Officer stopped to speak with them.  It was determined one had a valid warrant for Dallas County.  Officer took the subject into custody without incident and remanded him to Dallas County for transport.  Arrested was Mark Manders, of Madrid for failure to appear. 

 

07/17/19

Officer spoke to the City Crew reference a dog running at Edgewood Park.  Dog was described as a basset hound.  Animal ran towards home when the rain started.

Officer spoke to a Madrid resident at Meadow Estates, reference a stray cat that was doing damage to his trailer.

Officer was notified of a subject in town that was wanted.  Officer made contact with and arrested Anthony Frey, of Madrid, for a valid warrant out of Dallas County. 

Officer spoke to a resident regarding a parking question.  Officer advised.

 

07/18/19

Officer assisted a Federal Background Investigator on a back-ground check on a past Madrid resident.

 

7/19/19

Officer responded to a hit and run accident on Maple Ridge Drive. Minor property damage occurred and a suspect vehicle has been identified.

 

07/20/19

Officer assisted Madrid Fire/Rescue, with a medical call in the 900 Block of South Kennedy Ave.

 

07/21/19

Officer received a complaint of a suspicious person at the Madrid Bowling Alley.  Officer responded and found no issues.

MPD Blotter July 8 – July 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

07/08/19

Officer assisted Madrid Fire/Rescue on an emergency medical call in the 100 Block of North Main Street. Life Flight was landed on scene and transported the patient to Mercy in Des Moines.

Officer received a complaint of a house with junk vehicles and debris on the property, in the 400 Block of East 2nd Street.  Officer will serve them a notice to get cleaned up before the annual Labor Day Festival.

Officer spoke to a Madrid resident that was served a junk vehicle violation downtown, on two vehicles.  He stated that they would be licensed and moved into the parking lot tomorrow.

Officer received a complaint, on a downtown business, about needing the area cleaned up along with a vehicle removed.  Officer spoke to the owner reference the infraction and it needing to be cleaned up for Labor Day.  He stated that he would get on the issue this weekend.

Officer spoke to several juveniles about bike safety and passed out stickers.

Officer was called reference a juvenile walking on Southern Prairie Drive, wearing a cast.  Officer made contact with him and gave him a ride to the Library.  Officer made sure that a family member was going to pick him up due to him having recent surgery on his feet.

Officer conducted a traffic stop in the 900 block of S. Kennedy.  The driver was advised on improper vehicle lighting and registration.

Officer received a complaint of UTV’s in the area of 22nd and N. Market Street driving recklessly during the day.  Officer was provided a description and will give extra patrol to the area.

07/09/19

Officer was contacted by a City employee reference an elderly man falling at 1st and Kennedy Avenue.  He stated that he stopped and checked on him and he stated that he was fine but thought an Officer should follow up.  Officer made contact with the male and found him to have minor scrapes but no major injury.  Subject refused all medical treatment.

Officer located a vehicle that was broken down at 1st and State Street.  Officer found that the driver had a job interview at the Madrid School so he drove her there so she would not be late.  She stated that her husband would get the vehicle removed asap.

Officer spoke to an employee of the Madrid Clinic about a check fraud case.  Officer called and gave all the information to dispatch and asked that it be given to a Boone Officer since the female was a resident there.

07/10/19

Officer followed up with a Madrid resident, and did a welfare check, after dealing with the subject the day before on a fall.

Officer assisted Madrid Library Staff with an equipment failure.

Officer left a message for a Madrid resident at 21st and Union, that his property needed cleaned up, and asked to schedule a meeting with him, to discuss clean-up.

07/11/19

Officer spoke to a Madrid resident, in the 400 Block of South Market Street, reference a junk vehicle on her property.  She stated that the vehicle belongs to her son and she would pass on the information to him, because she wanted it removed also.

Officer attempted to make contact with the owner of a second junk vehicle in the 400 Block of South Market Street, but found nobody home.  Officer left a business card to contact him to check on plans for removal.

Officer was dispatched to 2300 Block of QF Lane on a possible personal injury accident, due to the Deputy being out of position.  Officer could not locate anyone in the area. Dispatch found that On-star was accidently tripped in a vehicle that traveled over the washboard in front of the house, after speaking to the owner of the vehicle.

07/12/19

Officer spoke to a Madrid resident and answered questions, reference concerns of his elderly family members.

Officer filled a records request for a Madrid resident.

Officer answered questions reference setting a dumpster on the street for a short time during a siding job.

Officer took a report of a runaway juvenile.

07/13/19

Officer met with the caretaker whom provided police with a found electronic device of a juvenile previously reported missing for the past 2 days.  After an investigation and securing information from the device, officer was able to determine the whereabouts of the missing juvenile in Des Moines.  Officer notified Des Moines Police Dept. of the location of the juvenile whom was found safe and turned over to Madrid Police.

Officer followed up with Des Moines Police reference the previous case.
 
7/14/19
Officer picked up a found wallet at a downtown business. Officer located the owner and made arrangements for retrieval.