MPD Blotter February 15 – February 21, 2021


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 reference a broken water main break on West North Street.  Officer passed on the information to the city street department.

Officer spoke to a mother who entered her adult daughter missing and gave her an update on the case and let her know that the daughter had corresponded back.

Officer received a call of a dog in the 300 block of North Union Street, that may be going in and out of an abandoned house.  Officer checked the residence and the house is being lived in and the animal is their pet.


Officer checked on a vehicle that had broken down just North of the city limits on Highway 17.  The vehicle had over-heated and shut off.  Officer waited for a ride to come and pick her up due to the severe cold.

Officer received a call to do a welfare check, in the 100 block of Cyclone Lane, for an outside light on emergency flash mode.

Officer received a request for a welfare check, in the 200 block of North Locust Street, after the resident there called his daughter and stated that he was having a hard time breathing.  Officer had ambulance dispatched to check on the patient.

Officer spoke to a Madrid resident who had located a lost and found dog that was freezing.  Subject put a picture of the dog on Madrid Media and the owner claimed him a short time later.

Officer spoke to a Madrid resident reference a scam phone call claiming to be Social Security.  REMINDER: Social Security representatives will never call your phone and ask for personal information.  If you receive this call just simply hang up.

Officer transported evidence to the DCI Lab in Ankeny, for chemical testing, dealing with a criminal case.


Officer assisted Boone County Ambulance, on a medical call, in the 600 block of East 1st Street.

Officer performed a vehicle unlock in the 300 block of East 3rd Street.

Officer spoke with a fraud investigator, from 1st National Bank of Omaha, reference an on-going case of unauthorized spending on a credit card.  Investigator forwarded additional evidence for the case.

Officer received a call of a missing dog from South Market Street.  Animals returned home a short time later.

Officer met with the owner of the County Line Trailer Court, in reference to a notice that was served to him to clean-up of the property.  Officer passed the information received to the City Council for review on how they want to proceed moving forward.

Officer received a call of a dog running on East 1st Street.  The caller was able to catch the dog and took the animal home.

Officer was dispatched to Casey’s, for a male subject slumped over the wheel, that was unresponsive.  Officer arrived and the vehicle took off at a high rate of speed, out of the parking lot, almost striking a vehicle head-on.  Officer attempted to initiate a traffic stop for the careless driving and the vehicle refused to stop, and lead the officer on a vehicle pursuit Southbound to Granger and then Westbound on Highway 141.  Officers from several agencies, were able to do a rolling vehicle stop on the vehicle and bring the pursuit to an end with no damage to any vehicles.  The subject, Michael Powell, of Woodward, was taken into custody without incident, and transported to the Boone County jail, charged with aggravated eluding


Officer finished up all reports and paperwork from the pursuit last night, and forwarded all the information on to the Boone County Attorney.

Officer received a complaint reference junk in a yard in the 100 block of North Union Street.  Officer will speak to the owner about a spring clean-up.

Officer was called to the Madrid Elementary School for a student who had gotten mad and left the school.  Officer assisted staff with getting the student back into the office where his mother came and picked him up.

Officer followed up on a criminal fraud case and once again spoke to the victim.  Officer exchanged additional information with her that will be used in the criminal case after charges are filed.

Officer assisted a Madrid resident with loading up some property, into his truck, that was to heavy for him to do himself.

Officer was dispatched to the 100 block of Market St for a report of an out-of-control child. Officer and parent were able to settle the child down and talk about future treatment for child.


Officer performed a welfare check in the 600 block of Maverick Ln.

Officer received a complaint about possible peddlers in town and leaving flyers on their doors.


Officer received a complaint about a pothole on Union Street.

Officer responded to a medical on Maverick Lane.

Officer responded to a medical on Maverick Lane.

Officer took a report of a runaway juvenile.

Officer assisted a motorist that was stuck.


Officer assisted Madrid Rescue with a medical call on Maverick Lane.

Officer responded to East 1st Street for a civil issue.

Officer returned a phone call to a Madrid resident regarding a civil issue.

Officer performed a civil standby on Maverick Lane.