MPD Blotter December 29, 2020 – January 3, 2021


Madrid Police Contact Numbers:

Emergency – 911

Dispatch (Primary) – 515-433-0527

Police Department – 515-795-3113

Police Cell Phone – 515-795-6166


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

Officer spoke to a Madrid resident reference heavy traffic in and out of a property in town.  Officer informed that he was familiar with the property and was working on the issue due to prior complaints of suspicious activity and heavy traffic believed to be related to drug activity.

Officer spoke to a Madrid resident who complained that she was having an issue with her neighbor’s dog barking, in the 100 block of East 2nd Street.  The dog was put away but had been barking for an hour.  Caller was informed to call when the dog was barking so that the issue could be handled.  Officer contacted the owner of the dog and informed them that they had a complaint.  She stated that they were taking steps to fix the problem with repairing the storm damaged fence and shock collars.

Officer returned a call to a Madrid resident reference needing information on a no-contact order that was issued from a domestic arrest over the weekend.  The caller stated the female victim and another male had been constantly calling and attempting to get a hold of his son, who had the no-contact order placed on him.  Officer asked that he send him the names and phone numbers of both of the subjects, so they could be called and given a harassment warning.

Officer received a notice of a phone hearing, in early January, dealing with a past criminal case.  Officer passed it on to the appropriate officer.

Officer had several vehicles moved in the downtown business district so the city crews could clear the snow.

Officer assisted Madrid Fire/Rescue on a medical call.

Officer was called to 5th and Market to assist a Madrid resident with a boat that had come unhooked from his truck while moving it.  Officers assisted him getting it hooked back up to his truck and removed from the roadway.

Officer contacted Warren County on a current case that took place in their county.


Officer was called to the 600 block of West 5th Street, for an issue between neighbors, over pushing snow up to the property line, and up against a fence.  The scene was full of emotions upon the officer’s arrival but after everyone calmed down, nobody wanted to file criminal charges.  Officer informed both subjects to stay on their own property and to call if either needed any further assistance with any future matters.

Officer was dispatched to the 200 block of South State Street.  The resident there reported that their car was missing and they believed that their juvenile daughter took it without permission and stated that she did not have a valid driver’s license.  The vehicle and the driver were located in the 500 block of Milwaukee Street.  The juvenile driver was issued a citation for no valid driver’s license and the vehicle was returned to its owner.

Officer assisted a Deputy with an arrest on County Line Road.


Officer responded to a medical in the area of QM Avenue.

Officer assisted on a medical related call on Milwaukee Street.


Officer was dispatched to 917 S Kennedy # 50 the residents believed someone was tapping on their window. Officer was unable to locate anyone at the residence.

Officer performed a traffic stop at W 2nd and Water

Officer was able to return a wallet to a Madrid resident

Officer received a complaint on possible illegal activity in the 100 block of W 2nd.


Officer received a complaint of unappreciated solicitation at Dollar General. The victim nor staff recognized the male that made an indecent proposal.

Officer was dispatched to 112 E 6th Street for a report of truck that rammed into their house and then drove away. Homeowner was able to get a partial plate and description of a black truck.


Officer assisted with a medical call on E. 1st Street.

Officer took a report of a drug smell in a downtown apartment building. Officer made contact with a resident that denied it was emanating from her apartment, but would assure that it wouldn’t occur in the future.

Officer assisted with an information exchange at the car wash after a minor accident there.

Officer assisted Madrid Fire/Rescue with a call at the Meadow Estates park.

Officer responded to the Madrid Elementary for an alarm, determined later to be false.

Officer unlocked a car at the Green Street Apartments.

Officer contacted Dallas County to contact a couple that lost their bumper on State Street.

Officer received further information from the community on the hit and run from the previous evening.