MPD Blotter May 11 – May 17, 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 Madrid resident reference a civil order that he received to vacate his home by the following day, by the Boone County Sheriff.  Subject stated that his home was paid for and that he held the deed so he had no idea what the order was for.  Officer instructed him to contact a civil property attorney to get information on the order. 

Officer assisted Madrid Fire/Rescue on a medical call in the 100 block of West 2nd Street.

Officer met the Emergency Management Coordinator in Boone and picked up supplies needed in Madrid and dropped them off to both Cedars and the Madrid Home.

Officer left business cards in (4) doors to remind citizens that they needed to mow their yards.

Officer responded to the 100 Block of Jonathan Dr for a possible violation of no contact order.  Caller did not have an NCO on file.  Further investigation required.

Officer responded to the 500 Block of East Second for a report of harassing texts.  Officer spoke to caller and messenger about a possible civil issue being resolved through the courts. 

Officer responded to the 400 block of South Market for an incomplete 911 call.  Call was placed accidently by a 5-year-old.  Officer made contact with the family.  All were well. 


Officer spoke to a Madrid resident reference her daughter being bullied at the Madrid Laundromat, by other juveniles.  Officer instructed the caller to have her child walk to the police department next time there is an issue so we can handle it. 

Officer followed up on (4) residences in town, that was left business cards in the door the day before, reference mowing their yards.  All four had complied and mowed.

Officer spoke to a Polk County DHS case worker, and shared information on a case that handled in the City last week.

Officer left business cards in (3) doors to ask citizens to mow their yards.

Officer assisted with traffic control, while a building was moved in the city limits.

Officer received a call of a lost/found phone.  Officer put the owner in contact with who had the phone and they picked it up.

Officer spoke to a Madrid resident reference her ex-husband giving her issues.

Officer initiated a traffic stop, on Highway 17 at 3rd Street, Southbound.  Vehicle was driving recklessly through town and almost rear ended the police vehicle.  Officer found the subject to have a mental illness and was off her medication.  Officer contacted the family who stated that they would be taking her to get medical treatment immediately.

Officer was dispatched to the 300 block of North Locust for two dogs running at large.  Officer located the animals and found them to be on long tie-outs and not at large.

Officer ran a back-ground check, for a local landlord, for two possible tenants.  


Officer was dispatched to the Flat Tire for an alarm.  Officer made contact with a vendor making a delivery at the business who accidently set it off.

Officer spoke to a Polk County probation officer and exchanged information reference a call for service that occurred in the City.

Officer responded to the 600 block of South Water St for a medical call.  Officer assisted EMS.

Officer responded to the 200 block of East 6th for a vehicle unlock.  Officer was able to unlock vehicle. 


Officer was contacted by a Madrid resident reference a missing dog.

Officer was notified of a possible run-away juvenile from Polk County, that was located in the City last week.

Officer finger printed (2) Madrid residents for job related background checks.

Officer took a report of an erratic driver headed North on 17 and turning onto 6th street. Officer located the vehicle parked in a driveway on 6th street and the driver nearby. He driver appeared to be fine and was unaware of any issue, he was advised of the complaint.  


Officer was informed by a Madrid resident, of someone ringing her doorbell and knocking on her door in the early morning hours.  Kids were seen running and giggling from the residence. Officer spoke to (4) residents throughout the day that reported the same thing and stated that it was not the first time in the last couple weeks.  Parents, please advise your children that anyone caught harassing residents like this will lead to criminal charges.

Officer spoke to a Madrid mother, with some concerns reference her 16-year-old daughter and her adult boyfriend.  Officer spoke to all parties involved and took custody of a cell phone that will be relayed to an out of town subject.

Officer met with a subject and gave him a cell phone that was held for safe keeping at the police department.  

Officer responded to a two-vehicle accident that resulted in a verbal argument between drivers and passengers on Maverick Lane. Officer assisted in exchange of information.  


Officer spoke to a resident regarding junk vehicles.  Officer made to citizen aware of the city’s respective ordinance.

Officer responded to a medical call in the 600 block of South Water Street.  Officer provided assistance to EMS. 


Officer responded to the 100 block of S. Kennedy for a report of a male subject going through trash cans.

Officer responded to an open door on a downtown business. Officer entered, cleared and secured the building.

Officer spoke with a young child about stealing at their parent’s request.

Officer picked up and returned a found dog to its owner.