MPD Blotter March 4 – March 10, 2019



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 report of a lost dog on Maple Ridge Drive.  Officer looked for the dog and was contacted back that he had returned home.

Officer spoke to a DHS worker and shared information on an on-going case.

Officer assisted a subject that was stuck in the snow and spinning on the ice.

Officer assisted with fingerprinting two subjects for state background checks.



Officer filled a records request from a State Agency, on a back-ground check on an individual.

Officer received a complaint about the alley behind the VFW being so ice covered that citizens were falling and trucks were unable to deliver goods to the business.  Officer passed it on to the Public Works Supervisor.

Officer received a complaint of a semi parking on Union Street, making the road to narrow with all the ice and snow.  The truck was gone upon the officers arrival.  Officer will follow up if the truck is parked back there and look at the situation.

Officer assisted Boone County Sheriff’s Deputies with a committal pick-up order on a Madrid resident, on County Line Road.  Subject was taken into custody and transported to the Boone County Hospital.

Officer spoke to a Madrid landlord reference a suspicious person that his tenant has seen around the property, after finding evidence of a possible attempted break-in.  Officer was able to identify the subject from the description. 

Officer spoke to a Madrid resident reference an animal concern in the County.  Officer gave her the number to the Boone Area Humane Society.

Officer was called to an unwanted intoxicated female at the VFW.  The female was able to secure a ride from a family member and she was trespassed from the premises by officer.

Officer returned a phone call to a resident regarding questions about storm spotting classes near Madrid.  Officer advised of a free storm spotting class Wednesday, March 13th at 7:00 p.m. at the Boone Auditorium.

Officer assisted with a medical call at the Cedars.

Officer stopped a vehicle in the 400 block of S. Kennedy.  The driver was seen passing multiple vehicles while travelling through town in a no passing zone. The driver was cited for passing contrary to markings and given a warning for speed.



Officer’s relayed a vehicle to Ames, to Electronic Engineers, to get work done on it.

Officer assisted a Madrid resident, in the 100 Block of West 22nd Street, after she locked herself out of her house.  Officer was able to gain entry and get her in out of the cold.

Officer assisted Madrid Fire/Rescue on a medical call in the 200 Block of East North Street.

Officer was called to the Madrid Elementary School for a custody issue.  Officer did a stand-by at the school and then followed the family member to the high school and did a second stand-by there.

Officer assisted with a child exchange.  The male half did not show up with the children for exchange.  Officer advised on seeking legal remedies with the civil court. 

Officer stopped a vehicle in the 500 block of E. 1st Street for no tail lamps after dark.  The driver utilized the vehicles 4-way flashers for visibility to travel a short distance home.  Officer advised.

Officer spoke to several residents regarding a parking complaint. 



Officer spoke to a Polk County Deputy, who requested assistance in locating a Madrid resident, for a case.  Subject was not home so the Officer left a business card with the contact information for the Deputy.

Officer was called to East 9th for subjects going door to door.  Officer made contact with several individuals with the Kirby Vacuum Cleaner Company.  The subjects had not filled out a vendor permit with the City.  Officer informed them that they must do this before they could go door to door in the City.



Officer unlocked a vehicle for a subject on Southern Prairie Dr.

Officer stopped a vehicle with no registration in the 600 block of N. Kennedy.  It was determined to be a newly purchased vehicle.  Everything checked OK.

Officer returned a phone call to a subject in reference to a lost wallet.

Officer responded to the intersection of Kennedy and First Streets for a car/pedestrian accident.  Officer did investigation at the scene and assisted Madrid Rescue/Boone County Ambulance.

Officer responded to a residence in the 300 block of N. Locust St. for a juvenile that was out of control.



Officer made contact with a Madrid resident regarding found property in Boone.  The owner will make arrangements to pick up the property from Boone PD.



Officer assisted Madrid Rescue with an emergent medical in the 900 block of Kennedy Dr.