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 received a call of lost property on the trail and the trail head. An out of town subject lost an item on Saturday. Officer will check and see if it can be located and call the subject back. Officer did find the lost property in question. Officer mailed it back to the subject.
Officer took a complaint of a violation of a no contact order. Officer will attempt to get more information on the case due to it being a couple hours away and the victim not having up to date paperwork.
Officer received a complaint of a low hanging branch on a property, from a neighboring property, at County Line road and 1st Street. Officer contacted the owner, whom stated that he would get the branch taken care of.
Officer followed up with high school staff on an on-going case.
Officer attended a court proceeding at the Boone County Courthouse.
Officer received information on a suspicious female who approached the mail carrier twice asking for information on a residence.
Officer spoke to the Boone Area Humane Society reference a welfare check on a dog. Officer checked on the animals and reported back to the Humane Society that both dogs checked out fine.
Officer received a call of a suspicious person at Meadow Estates. The subject was gone on officer’s arrival.
Officer received and worked on several requests for information from a subject.
Officer followed up with a previous case involving juveniles.
Officer was dispatched to an incomplete 911 call in the 300 Block of North State Street. Upon the Officers arrival, everything was found to be OK.
Officer was dispatched to Continental Labs for an emergency medical call. Officer arrived and assisted Madrid Fire/Rescue. Officer transported the patient to the Madrid Clinic and waited for her to be seen and then gave her a ride back to work.
Officer was notified by a County resident of her two dogs getting loose. She stated that they may come to town on the bike trail.
Officer received a call of a dog running loose in Edgewood Park.
Officer received a complaint of drivers going too fast coming into town Eastbound on Highway 210. Officer ran radar and stopped vehicles for speed and warned the drivers to slow down. Officers will be stopping vehicles for speed infractions in an effort to slow traffic down before the start of school.
Officer finger printed a Madrid resident for a job-related background check.
Officer received a call from a subject at the Polk City Manor. He stated that he had been trying to get ahold of his family in Madrid for some time, with no call back. Officer stopped and relayed a message, along with a phone number to call the subject back.
Officer responded to a medical call in the 800 block of South Cedar Street.
Officer received information regarding a broken window resulting from a juvenile playing ball near a building. Officer spoke to the parent of the juvenile whom agreed to pay for replacing the broken glass.
Officer received a complaint of possible criminal mischief on the South side of town. Investigation is ongoing.
Officer spoke to a Madrid resident reference a civil issue about getting a scooter back for a friend that was being stored at a residence in town. Officer will follow up with the home owner and work out arrangements for pick-up.
Officer was dispatched to a careless driver Northbound on Highway 17. The vehicle was out of the City limits before the Officer could get to the area. A Boone County Deputy was advised and he was unable to locate the vehicle.
Officer followed up on a case dealing with a violation of a no contact order. Officer spoke with the other half who admitted to violating the order. Officer will do paperwork and send up for a warrant to be issued.
Officer responded to 900 block of S, Kennedy for a 7-year-old that pepper sprayed himself.
Officer spoke to a resident about a dispute and possible assault that took place on First Street.
Officer took possession of a lost ATM/Credit card that was found on the trail.
Officer spoke with a woman reference a pending protection/ no contact order.
Officer took a report of harassment/ assault. The victim did not wish to pursue charges however, he did want the officer to advise the suspect to stop contact with him.
Officer responded to 500 block of E. Third Street for a nuisance complaint. Situation will be referred to the Chief to look into.
Officer stopped a vehicle that was dragging front bumper on the ground. Driver was cited for Driving While Suspended.
Officer spoke to a resident about riding his ATV on the streets.
Officer responded to 300 block of N. Water Street to answer questions about a protective/custody order.
Officer responded to a medical call in the 300 block of N. Market St. It was determined to be a false alarm regarding an emergency notification pendant. Officer assisted with re-setting the system.
Officer responded to a burglary alarm in the 100 block of W. 2nd St. It was determined to be a false alarm.
Officer spoke to a subject regarding a civil no contact order.
Officer stopped several children on bicycles whom were all wearing their helmets and stopped for a stop sign to look for traffic. Officer wrote the children “Madrid Most Wanted” tickets good for a free ice cream at the Filling Station for demonstrating safe riding and wearing safety equipment.
Officer spoke with a male regarding a missing person.
Officer assisted a Boone County Deputy with serving a protection/ no contact order within the city limits.
Officer received several calls of cattle on/near Hwy 17 in the area of the Hindu Temple. Officer notified Boone Co. and they notified the appropriate agency.
Officer did a welfare check on some minors in the 300 block of N. Water Street.
Officer spoke to a resident that was wanting an update on a case.