MPD Blotter March 18 – March 24, 2019


Madrid Police Contact Numbers:

Emergency – 911

Dispatch (Primary) – 515-433-0527

Police Department – 515-795-3113

Police Cell Phone – 515-795-6166


Officer was contacted by a homeowner on East North St, reference a vehicle that had been parked in front of their house since last week.  Officer checked on the vehicle and after contacting the owner, found it to be broken down.  The owner had called a tow service that will be removing it and towing it to the repair shop.

Officer followed up with DHS on an on-going case.

Officer spoke to an attorney, who represents a Madrid resident, reference an on-going case.

Officer spoke to several residents of Meadow Estates reference a past case.

Officer spoke to a Madrid resident on Fairview Dr, who complained about a dog continually barking in the early hours. Over the weekend it barked/howled at 2am-3am. Officer will speak to the owner again to see if this disturbance can be controlled.

Officer spoke to a subject whom had concerns for the welfare of a subject in town.  Officer made contact with the subject and checked OK.

Officer along with Madrid Fire were dispatched to the area of 6th and main reference an odor of smoke in the area.  A small fire in a fire pit was located nearby unattended.  The fire was extinguished using the resident’s hose as the potential for the unattended fire to spread to leaves in the yard was present.  


Officer was dispatched to Casey’s regarding an alarm.  It was determined to be an employee error and checked OK.

Officer received a call of a possible prowler in the area of 21st and Union St.  Officer canvassed the area and did not locate anyone in the area.

Officer stopped a vehicle in the 500 block of E. 21st St.  The driver was warned for failure to make complete stop at a stop sign.

Officer reviewed a records request made to the City of Madrid for fulfillment. 


Officer performed a vehicle unlock on Kingman Blvd.

Officer was dispatched to a call of a vehicle driving all over the road at Highway 17 and 2nd St.  Officer stopped the vehicle at 6th and Highway 17 and found that the driver had spilled food on the floor and was attempting to clean it up when she left the roadway.  Officer warned the driver for the safety violation.

Officer spoke to Madrid School Administration Staff reference an attempted computer scam.

Officer received a complaint of a lengthy parked vehicle in the school parking lot.  Officer left a business card in the owner’s door to have it removed from the private property.

Officer performed a traffic stop, on the southern city limits of Highway 17, for a vehicle with no registration plates.  The driver had all paperwork in order for the newly purchased vehicle, and was warned for a reinstatement violation.

Officer, along with a Boone County deputy attempted to serve an arrest warrant in the 900 block of S. Kennedy Ave.  Officers were unable to locate the wanted subject.

Officer was dispatched to an assault involving juveniles in the 600 block of Brodie Ln.  Officer spoke to multiple juveniles whom were present during the altercation. Charges are pending an investigation.

Officer was notified of a subject having a medical issue on the bike trail outside of town.  Officer made contact with the patient on the trail and was assisted by Madrid Fire/Rescue.  


Officer received information from dispatch of a wanted person at a possible address in town.  Officer checked the residence and found nobody home.

Officer spoke to and shared information on a past theft case with Polk City Police Department, who was dealing with the same suspect in a case in their jurisdiction.

Officer received a call from dispatch.  They advised that a crisis hotline received a call from a suicidal subject but had no other information except her phone number.  Officer was able to contact the caller and was able to identify her by her voice from a previous call that he was at the residence.  Officer located the caller and called Madrid Fire/Rescue and Boone County Ambulance to the scene after locating evidence that they were needed. Subject was transported to a Des Moines Hospital for care.

Officer checked on a suspicious subject in a vehicle at 2nd and Water St, after receiving multiple complaints of a female inside acting erratic.  Subject checked on the female in question.  Officer notified the landlord of the situation.

Officer was called to the wonderful Mexican Restaurant on S. Kennedy Avenue, for a vehicle that has been parked in the parking lot, taking up several spaces, for several days.  Vehicle had no plates and the check showed that it was recently sold.  Officer gave them the number to the local tow service so that it could be removed off of private property by the business owner.

Officer assisted Boone County Sheriff’s Office, when their Deputy was out of position, after receiving a 911 call of two subjects trapped in the mud, just off the bike trail, in the 2200 block of Highway 210.  Officer located the subjects and shoulder carried their bikes out for them and helped them make it safely to the roadway.  Officer then cleaned all the mud from their brake systems and tires so they would function properly, before sending them down the roadway. 


Officer attempted to locate a subject with a warrant, in the 900 block of S. Kennedy Avenue.  Subject had moved out of town.

Officer spoke to the new management at Meadow Estates Trailer Park reference on-going events. 


Officer assisted Madrid Fire/Rescue and Boone Hospital regarding a medical call at the Cedar’s.

Officer assisted Deputies in the county on an OWI arrest after they requested assistance. 


Officer assisted Madrid EMS/Boone Co. Ambulance with an emergent medical call at the Madrid Home Assisted Living.

Officer assisted Madrid EMS/Boone Co. Ambulance with an emergent medical call in the 300 block of N. Locust St.