MPD Blotter January 21 – January 27, 2019


Madrid Police Contact Numbers:

Emergency – 911

Dispatch (Primary) – 515-433-0527

Police Department – 515-795-3113

Police Cell Phone – 515-795-6166

*** Effective February 1, 2019, will no longer be monitored and will change to  Please enter this new email address into your contacts for email communication with the Madrid Iowa Police Department. ***

Officer received a complaint of a lengthy parked vehicle at West 1st and Market Street.  Officer checked on the vehicle and found it to be removed and parked in the owner’s driveway.

Officer went around and tagged vehicle’s for snow ordinance violations.

Officer spoke to a Madrid resident at the Library, whom complained about snow plows running stop signs in town.  Officer forwarded the complaint to the Public Works Director.

Officer assisted a Madrid resident with a civil issue dealing with a vehicle title.

Officer assisted Boone County Sheriff’s Office, with giving a notification to a Madrid resident, that his wife was involved in an accident on Highway 17, and was transported to Mary Greeley Hospital.

Officer spoke to vehicle owners and posted notices for vehicles to be moved for snow ordinance violations.

Officer assisted a Madrid resident with looking for her lost dog in the 500 Block of South Water Street. The dog came home after he got cold.

Officer checked on a semi that was stopped on Highway 17 at Southern Prairie Drive.  Driver was looking for directions.  Officer escorted him off the State Highway and got him on his way.

Officer received a call regarding a welfare check on a resident.  Officer made contact with the subject and everything checked OK.

Officer spoke to vehicle owners and posted notices for vehicles to be moved for snow ordinance violations.  Had a lot fewer vehicles to deal with this round.  Thank you for having your vehicles removed immediately for snow removal.  It makes the process go much quicker.

Officer received request from Public Works to have the semi-tractor moved off of Southern Prairie Drive, for snow removal. Officer spoke to the owner, whom called from Arizona.  Owner stated that he was heading back to Iowa and would have it moved ASAP.

Officer received a complaint of snowmobiles riding on the sidewalks in the 700 block of S. Main Street.

Officer assisted deputies with a drug related OWI arrest.

Officer followed up on the semi-tractor on Southern Prairie Drive.  Vehicle had been removed.  Officer also followed up on a couple other vehicles that had been tagged for snow ordinance violations in town.  All had been corrected.

Officer spoke with a Madrid resident reference a child custody issue and a case that Windsor Heights Police Department started last night.

Officer finger printed a Madrid resident for a job-related background check.

Officer filled a records request for a Madrid resident.

Officer assisted a Madrid resident with jump starting their vehicle.


Officer responded to a report of a runaway 13-year-old female on Maverick Lane. Officer located the young woman at a friend’s residence nearby and returned her to her mom.

Officer responded to an alarm at the High School. Determined to be false.


Officer and Public Works employee assisted a resident in the 600 block of S. Kennedy Dr.  in getting her vehicle out of a snow bank.

Officer was requested to do a welfare check on a resident in the 600 block of S. Washington St.  Officer gave the resident a ride home.

Officer responded to Git N Go reference possible attempted fraudulent payment via a cancelled/ denied credit card. Subject ultimately paid in cash without further issue.