MPD Blotter April 29 – May 5, 2019


Madrid Police Contact Numbers:

Emergency – 911

Dispatch (Primary) – 515-433-0527

Police Department – 515-795-3113

Police Cell Phone – 515-795-6166 


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.


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.


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.


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.


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. 


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.


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.