MPD Blotter February 11 – February 17, 2019


Madrid Police Contact Numbers:

Emergency – 911

Dispatch (Primary) – 515-433-0527

Police Department – 515-795-3113

Police Cell Phone – 515-795-6166 



Officer went to the Boone County Courthouse, after receiving a subpoena, and testified in a civil case.

Officer dropped off (2) videos to the Boone County Attorney, from arrests over the weekend.

Officer filled a request for a past accident report from an insurance company.

Officer was dispatched to 6th and South Kennedy for a vehicle stuck in the snow.  Officer was able to dig the subject out and get her on her way.

Officer was dispatched to a two-vehicle accident on Highway 17 and Kingman Blvd.  A vehicle driven by a Madrid juvenile, rear ended a vehicle driven by Monica Springer.  A female passenger in the Springer vehicle was transported to the Boone County Hospital.

Officer spoke to several owners of vehicles parked on the street and had them removed for the snow ordinance.



Officer spoke to several owners of vehicles parked on the street and had them removed for the snow ordinance.

Officer received a request for a copy of a past report.  Officer filled the request.

Officer was dispatched to a vehicle in the ditch, due to severe icy conditions, in the 600 block of N. Kennedy.  The vehicle sustained minor damage and was able to be driven from the scene.

Officer received information regarding possible illegal activity.  Officer will follow up with information provided.



Officer followed up with a domestic assault victim.



Officer assisted Public Works on getting cars moved off of City Streets pursuant to the Snow Removal Ordinance

Officer assisted with a medical call on Brody Lane.

Officers attended court proceedings reference an assault arrest made in September of last year. The proceedings resulted in a conviction of the assault.



Officer was requested to do a welfare check on a possible suicidal subject in the 600 block of S. Main St. The male checked ok.

Officer responded to Casey’s for a report counterfeit bills.

Officer spoke with a male reference possible harassment. The victim is deciding whether or not to pursue charges.

Officer followed up with a drug related investigation.

Officer followed up with the parent of a juvenile that made comments of suicidal ideations earlier in the day.

Officer responded to the 500 block of S. Market Street reference possible criminal mischief.



Officer followed up with a neighboring agency regarding suspect information of recovered stolen property. 

Officer was dispatched to the Dollar General regarding subjects shoplifting.  Officer made contact with the subjects whom produced an item concealed on their property while shopping in the store.  Staff did not wish to file theft charges and the merchandise was ultimately paid for by the subject.  The individuals were trespassed from the property.  It was determined the driver of the vehicle used to travel to Dollar General was also not valid.  The subjects called a valid driver to drive the vehicle from the scene.  

Officer spoke with a male reference filing a harassment and stalking charges against his estranged spouse.

Officer assisted in getting a vehicle unstuck during the heavy snow.

Officer responded to a business for an alarm, determined to be false.



Officer assisted Public Works on getting vehicles moved pursuant to the Snow removal Ordinance.

Officer assisted residents in the 300 block of N Water Street that had their car stuck in the snow bank.  Officer and a neighbor were able to push the vehicle out.

Officer called to the 300 block of N. Market Street for another vehicle stuck in a snow bank.  Unable to get the vehicle out and the owner was going to call someone to tow it out.

Officer responded to a report of criminal mischief of a vehicle on S. Union St. It was determined that the damage was likely years old and intentionally done by the previous owner of the vehicle.