MPD Blotter December 7 – December 20, 2020


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 requesting extra patrol at a property on North Main Street.

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

Officer received a call of a lost wallet on Highway 17.  Officer attempted to locate the wallet but was UTL.  Officer received a call back later from the owner stating that it was located.

Officer assisted Madrid Fire/Rescue on an emergency medical call at the Madrid High School.

Officer received a call of a neighbor dispute in the 600 block of Washington Street.  Caller stated that the neighbor has thrown loud parties the last two weekends, waking everyone up.  Officer will speak to the property owner and let him know that there have been complaints and will step up patrol on weekends around this time.

Officer tested all storm sirens in town.  Sirens all tested OK.

Officer performed a vehicle unlock at Edgewood Park.  Officer unlocked the vehicle without incident.

Officer received a noise complaint in the 600 block of South Main Street.

Officer received a call for a vehicle with no brake lights. Officer was unable to locate the vehicle.

Officer received a call for a missing cat in Meadow Estates. Officer located the cat and returned to owner.


Officer received (3) requests from insurance companies for past accident reports.  Officer filled each records request after receiving payment.

Officer assisted Elementary School Staff with a welfare check on a student.

Officer fingerprinted a Madrid resident for a job-related background check.

Officer assisted the Boone County Sheriff’s Office with a personal injury accident at Unicorn and 300th Street.

Officer was dispatched to the 900 block of South Kennedy Ave for a domestic situation.  Officer arrived and made contact with the subjects.  It was just a verbal argument between two intoxicated individuals.  Both parties were separated for the night.

Officer received a noise complaint in the 600 block of Main Street. Officer spoke to the resident to listen to music at a reasonable level.


Officer removed a deer off of the roadway on Highway 17, just South of Dollar General.  Officer contacted “The” Jim Olsen, who was issued a salvage tag for the deer.

Officer met with a DCI Agent and went over information on an on-going case.

Officer assisted a Madrid resident on how to perform a welfare check on a loved one who lives in another state.

Officer was dispatched to the Madrid Bakery for a two-vehicle accident.  Both drivers were given an exchange of information form for the minor fender bender.


Officer assisted a Boone County Deputy with attempting to locate a Madrid resident that he needed to speak with reference a case.  Subject had recently passed away.

Officer returned a phone call to a Minnesota resident asking questions about Iowa and Madrid animal requirements.  Officer figured out and advised her that she needed to contact South Dakota because that is where the incident took place and who needed to advise her if there was a process to assist her.

Officer attended a court hearing in reference to a local arrest for driving under suspension.

Officer received a complaint about dogs barking constantly in the 700 block of Edgewood Ln.


Officer responded to the elementary to assist staff with an out-of-control student there.

Officer responded to a family dispute on S. Market St. the parties agreed to separate for a time to cool off.


Officer unlocked a vehicle on N. State St.

Officer assisted city crew with moving vehicles parked on the street for snow removal.

Officer responded to The Cedars for a medical.


Officer participated in the Christmas parade around town.


Officer assisted City Crews with moving of vehicles for snow removal.

Officer was dispatched to a car vs. deer on Hwy 210.


Officer assisted Boone County Deputies with a out of control teenager on QW Ln.

Officer received a phone call regarding a loose dog uptown. Officer was unable to locate the dog.

Officer returned a phone call about possible scam activity.


Officer attempted to make contact with a resident about a no contact order.


Officer responded to the 600 block of W. 2nd Street for a family dispute\ runaway juvenile. Police found the young man a short time later at a friend’s house and returned him home.

Officer responded to N. Water St for a report of a suspicious person in the area. Officer checked on him and determined that he was a surveyor for Huxley Communications.


Officer responded to a car vs. deer East of town on Hwy 210, vehicle was towed to Condon’s.

Officer returned a phone call about child custody.  Officer advised it was a civil issue.


Officer picked up a dog that was running at large near 1st and Market St. Officer left a voicemail for a dog owner to come pick up their dog. The animal was returned the next day.

Officer spoke with multiple property and vehicle owners regarding junk or abandoned vehicles parked on the street or in public lots around town.


Officer served a trespass notice to a Madrid resident from Git n Go.

Officer assisted Madrid Fire with a medical call on Madelyn Lane.