MADRID POLICE BLOTTER
Madrid Police Contact Numbers:
Emergency – 911
Dispatch (Primary) – 515-433-0527
Police Department – 515-795-3113
Police Cell Phone – 515-795-6166
Officer was dispatched to Kingman Blvd, reference a complaint from a homeowner of vehicles driving too fast. Property owner was worried that someone was going to run over the rabbits and squirrels in the area that he feeds.
Officer assisted Madrid Fire/Rescue, with a medical call in the 900 block of South Kennedy Avenue.
Officer spoke to a Madrid resident on 9th Street, reference a tree on his neighbors’ property, that has branches hanging, that he is worried is going to fall and do damage to property of harm to people. Officer will call the property owner.
Officer spoke to an out of county representative for a food pantry organization. Officer put them in touch with Greater Love, to exchange information to assist each other.
Officer was en-route to Boone to attend a court proceeding. Officer was notified that the case had been settled and a felony charge was accepted.
Officer met with a Madrid resident and received a tool for the water department. Officer passed the information on to the water department for pick-up.
Officer assisted another agency, with sharing information on a past case.
Officer met with a Madrid resident regarding a civil issue.
Officer met with a Des Moines resident regarding a civil issue and a welfare check on a family member on West 7th Street
Officer assisted the Boone County Sheriff’s Office, with checking for suspicious activity, on the High Trestle Trail Bridge. A 911 call was transferred from Carroll County, reference a suicidal subject. Further information believed that the subject was calling from Carroll County so all officer’s were disregarded.
Officer was dispatched to the Flat Tire Lounge for an alarm going off. The alarm was accidently tripped by a Madrid resident turning in a job application. Everything checked out OK.
Officer assisted Madrid Fire/Rescue with a medical call in the 500 block of Milwaukee Street.
Officer performed a welfare check on a Madrid resident. Resident was ok.
Officer spoke with a resident reference storm debris left near her property.
Officer assisted Boone County Sheriff’s Deputies with several traffic stops around the City.
Officer assisted a Madrid resident with an out-of-control child.
Officer provided traffic control for the Pony Express riders.
Officer took a complaint of suspicious activity/littering.
Officer assisted an elderly couple set up their home life alert system.
Officer took a report of two subjects drinking in the Flat Tire parking lot, however the complainant advised it took place approximately 30 minutes prior to reporting and could not provide any identifying information.
Officer responded to the Tiger Bowl to assist with a medical call.
Officer attempted to locate a possible erratic driver last seen headed north out of town on 17. The vehicle had exited the city before officers could make contact.
Officer was dispatched to Brodie Lane for a verbal dispute. Both parties were separated for the night.
Officer attempted to locate family for a Madrid resident who was involved in a vehicle accident out of town.
Officer responded to N. Union St for a report of a dog at large. The owner was found and the dog was returned home.
Officer performed a vehicle unlock on QF Lane.
Officer received a complaint about an ATV going through Edgewood Park. Officer could not locate individual riding ATV.
Officer checked on a Madrid resident who was in the Ranken storage rentals parking lot. Resident was okay, just enjoying the nice weather.
Officer assisted a deputy with a traffic stop in the 2200 block of highway 17.