MPD Blotter June 29 – July 5, 2020


Madrid Police Contact Numbers:

Emergency – 911

Dispatch (Primary) – 515-433-0527

Police Department – 515-795-3113

Police Cell Phone – 515-795-6166


Officer spoke to a Story County deputy and exchanged information on a past search warrant and sent him information to try and assist him with recovering a stolen ATV.

Officer dispatched to 917 S Kennedy for a report of dogs barking constantly inside the home, Officer was unable to reach anyone in the home.

Officer observed Madrid resident lighting fireworks resident was informed of proper time for fireworks within the city limits of Madrid.


Officer was notified of a possible hazard downtown.  Officer passed the information onto the Public Works Director so the issue could be taken care of.

Officer was dispatched to 917 South Kennedy to make contact with a victim that had his storage unit broken into.  Officer followed him to his unit across the street and found the lock had been cut off.  One box was missing it appeared in the dust but the owner stated nothing of any value.  Officer found another unit appeared that someone tried to cut the lock off.  Officer notified the owner of the crime.

Officer performed a civil standby in the 300 block of N. Market St.

Officer performed a traffic stop by the Evangelical Free Church for unsafe passing.

Officer was dispatched to 917 S Kennedy for reports of a barking dog inside the residence. Officer advised neighbors to call when occupants are home so we can have a discussion.


Officer spoke to a Boone County deputy and a subject living at 22nd and North Locust.  He was picked up and brought back into town after an issue in the County.  Officer contacted the landlord and left a message for him about the subject and issues.

Officer was dispatched to the 200 block of North Kennedy Avenue for a civil dispute between neighbors on the property line.  Officer spoke to both land owners who came to an agreement between themselves.

Officer performed a vehicle unlock in the 600 block of Maverick Street.

Officer received a complaint from a Madrid resident in the 500 block of Milwaukee Street of an unwanted subject leaving property outside the window of his juvenile daughter.  Officer called the subject’s phone and gave him a trespass warning for the property.

Officer received a call reference a child out at Edgewood Park saying some inappropriate comments to other children there.  Officer made contact with the kids and gave them a safety speech on playing nice together and everyone getting along. 


Officer responded to a house on W. 22nd Street for a civil standby. Officer assisted the gentleman in fixing his car and getting on the road.

Officer responded to Edgewood Park for a juvenile making suicidal threats. Officer contacted his mother who advised they would seek assistance from his counselor.  


Officer responded to Gerald St. to speak with a male reference questions about a recently sold vehicle.

Officer attempted to perform a welfare check on a male but determined that he now lives in Boone. Boone police were notified and checked on him.

Officer took a report of a stolen bike at Casey’s.

Officer spoke with a Dallas County resident about an ex-boyfriend seen around her house and her concerns about him. Officer offered recommendations as to how to handle any incidents there.


Officer received several fireworks complaints

Officer received a tip about a wanted person residing in Madrid – Unable to locate person

Burglar alarm at Casey’s – was an employee going to work and accidentally set it off.

Officer dispatched for a reckless driver.  The driver was found parked and he checked out ok.

Officer assisted a young couple with installing a car seat.


Officer responded to Casey’s for a subject acting suspiciously. The man was reportedly armed with a firearm and very paranoid, stating that someone has been chasing him since California. The man left when staff there called for police and was last seen headed South. It was determined that the man was reported missing two days ago from his home in California. The officer notified the reporting agency in CA and neighboring counties of his presence here.

Officer dispatched to a burglar alarm at the high school.  A student accidentally tugged on the door setting off alarm.