MPD Blotter Feb 26 – Mar 4, 2018



Officer performed a vehicle unlock at the Madrid Elementary School.

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

Officer served a notice for the Madrid Fire Department.

Officer received information on a subject that had recently moved into town and was on probation and not supposed to be drinking. Officer will pass on the info to the department to watch for the subject.

Officer spoke to school staff who reported that they would be doing a controlled burn on school property.

Officer responded to Casey’s for an alarm.  Employee error.


Officer spoke to a Madrid resident reference a scam call that he received on his cell phone.

Officer was dispatched to a rolling domestic in a vehicle being operated in the City of Madrid.  Officer located the vehicle and initiated a traffic stop at 1st and Main Street.  Officer investigated the complaint and found it to be a verbal argument only, after speaking to both individuals. Officer did arrest the driver, Joshua Leber, for driving under suspension.  He was cited and released from the scene for the infraction.

Officer received a complaint of a truck parked illegally on the East side of the School, blocking the flow of traffic for school pick-up.  Officer attempted to locate the owner but could not. Officer left a business card on the door asking for it to be removed.

Officer stopped a vehicle in the 900 block of S. Kennedy.  The driver was warned for crossing over the lane markings while driving.

Officer followed up on a previous fraud report with sharing information to an out of state agency.

Officer received information regarding illegal activity in the City.  Officer will follow up with the information provided.

Officer was notified of an outstanding warrant regarding a citizen of Madrid.  It was determined the person had moved to another city, officer passed along the information to dispatch.


Officer assisted a Madrid resident who got stuck in the mud in their driveway.

Officer sent a packet of information to the Gainesville Police Department in Georgia, for a joint case that they were working on dealing with fraud and identity theft.

Officer attempted to locate a Madrid resident whom was wanted for two outstanding warrants out of Story County for drug possession.  Officer received information that the subject had moved out of state.

Officer received a call from an officer from Ames PD. He stated that he was speaking to a Madrid resident that was believed to have been involved in a hit and run in their Ames this morning, that was refusing to come back to Ames and give information.  Officer made contact with the male and got pictures of the damage on the car and forwarded it to the Ames officer.

Officer was dispatched to a family dispute and subject threatening to harm themselves.  Officer spoke to the individual and subsequently transported the individual to Boone County Hospital for evaluation.


Officer was dispatched to a dog running loose in the 700 Block of East 1st Street.  Officer was able to locate the animal’s owner by the City tag.  Officer returned the dog and warned them for dog running at large.

Officer left a message for a Madrid resident reference an insufficient check case from the Market of Madrid.

Officer started a new case for an insufficient check from the Market of Madrid written by a Boone resident.

Officer took a report of a subject finding a broken street sign on their front porch when they returned home. If anyone is missing a “Private Drive” sign please contact the Police Department.


Officer spoke to a Madrid resident reference a family in town in need of assistance.  Officer gave them information for groups that could help.

Officer spoke to a Madrid resident reference a house watch for this weekend.

Officer spoke to a Madrid resident reference their lost dog.  Subject stopped in the office later and stated that the animal had been located and returned home.

Officer collected an insufficient check for the Market of Madrid.


Officer responded to a fire alarm at the Madrid Home.  It was determined to be faulty equipment and advised.

Officer spoke to a subject regarding a civil property dispute.

Officer spoke with a woman reference a harassment call last week, he advised her to contact the Officer heading the investigation on Monday.


Officer responded to the 400 block of W. Fifth Street for a disturbance.  Charges are pending.

Officer responded to the 300 block of W. 21st. Street for a dog at large.  Officer went to a residence in the 300 block of W. 22nd Street and spoke to the owner of the dog.  Owner advised that they are putting up a higher fence and will supervise the dog until then.

Resident turned in a set of keys found on the bike trail.  Black fob with two keys and Hy-Vee Fuel Saver + Perks.

Officer responded to a 911 hang up call. It was determined that the woman’s smart watch errantly called, she was fine.