MPD Blotter August 13 to August 19, 2018

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

08/13/18

Officer assisted a Madrid business owner after she found an injured pheasant on the road, on her way into town for work.  The animal was too injured to be saved and needed to be euthanized.

Officer spoke to a Madrid resident reference an on-going case.  Officer will be issuing a warrant in this case for a violation of a no contact order.

Officer spoke to a Madrid business owner reference a theft within her company.  The business owner stated that she would follow up if she wished to pursue criminal charges at a later date.

Officer attended a court hearing at the Boone County Courthouse.

Officer followed up with subjects from the court case and went over information learned today, moving forward.

Officer received a call to assist a parent regarding a juvenile whom was caught drinking alcohol earlier.  Officer spoke to the family and advised all parties.

Officer followed up with the other named juvenile and parents reference drinking underage and the consequences.

Officer was dispatched to a fight regarding two juveniles in the park.  Officer met with the victim and spoke to the parent whom wanted to handle the situation on their own and did not want to make a formal report.

Officer followed up with video evidence regarding a past case to be sent to the court.

Officer filed for a warrant regarding a past complaint of a violation of a no contact order.

08/14/18

Officer received a complaint from Greater Love reference a subject dumping a couch off at the business.  Officer watched the video and identified the vehicle and driver.  Officer left a business card on the subject’s door asking them to pick the couch back up.

Officer spoke to owners of property in the downtown area, with vehicles and a boat parked on City property.  Officer asked them to remove all property to get ready for the Labor Day Celebration.

Officer received a call from an Ankeny officer asking to relay a message to a Madrid resident.  The Officer had an elderly subject stopped that was having a medical issue and the officer needed the daughter notified.  Officer contacted the other officer on scene and turned the phone over to the family member to get all the necessary information.

Officer performed a vehicle unlock for a Madrid resident at 21st and Union Street.

Officer spoke to an out of town resident who called for an update on a case where the Madrid Police Department had recovered a stolen handgun.

Officer spoke to a staff member with the Boone Area Humane Society.  Information was exchanged about a city case along with a close to town, county case.

Officer spoke to a Madrid resident reference ATV usage in town.

08/15/18

Officer filled a records request after receiving one from a Madrid resident.

Officer spoke to a Madrid resident at the Police Department reference suspicious activity.

Officer was dispatched to a two-vehicle accident on 1st Street, just West of Highway 17.  A vehicle driven by Becky Bridges of Boone, rear-ended a vehicle driven by Kevin Lyons of Ogden, while sitting at the stop light.  Damage was reported on both vehicles.

Officer received a call of an abandoned bicycle in the 700 block of E. 2nd Street.  Officer was unable to locate the owner in the area and took possession of the bicycle for safe keeping.

Officer received a call of an erratic driver on Hwy 17.  Officer was unable to locate the vehicle in town.  The vehicle was located several miles outside of town by another agency and the driver warned for their infractions.

08/16/18

Officer completed a State accident report from an accident that occurred the day before.

Officer was called to the 500 Block of West 2nd Street for a lost/found dog.  Officer took the dog to the police department and located the owner.  The owner had the dog picked up and returned home.

Officer was dispatched to a subject riding an ATV on the roadway at 2nd and Cedar.  Officer located 2 subjects riding on private property and warned them to stay off the roadway.

Officer spoke to a subject on the phone reference a child custody agreement.  Officer notified the male that he needed to contact his attorney to draw up contempt paperwork on any violations.

Officer spoke with the head of Emergency Management and went over the new city policy for Emergency Management events.

Officer spoke with a subject reference a family dispute.

Officer spoke with a male reference harassment. Officer contacted the other half who agreed to stop the calls.

08/17/18

Officer received a call from Ankeny Police Department reference a hit and run in their City.  Officer was given information on a possible vehicle belonging to a business name.  Officer spoke to the owner of the business and confirmed that they have no vehicles for the business.  Officer relayed the information to the Ankeny Officer.

Officers met with city staff about a past case.

Officer spoke to a Madrid resident on East 3rd Street reference crossing property lines with an ATV.  Owners stated that they would be more careful.

Officer collected a bad check for the City of Madrid.

Officer had dispatch pull (2) call for services for past cases for a Madrid resident.

8/18/18

Officer dealt with a mentally unstable individual with a knife harassing people and motorists near the tiger bowl.

Officer assisted medical at the Cedar’s.

Officer handled a dog at large complaint on South Market St.

08/19/18

Officers participated in annual firearms qualifications.

Officer did a welfare check on person in the 900 block of S. Kennedy Drive.  Officer contacted the person who advised they had just got off work and was tired.

Officer was requested by Polk County to do a welfare check on a person in the 200 block of S. Green St.  Officer made contact a subject was all right.

Officer received a complaint of an erratic driver East bound on Hwy 210 from Madrid.  Officer notified Boone Co. to broadcast.

Officer “cited” four girls with Ice Cream Tickets after observing them wearing helmets and other safety gear, signaling their turns and stopping completely to look both ways at stop signs.