MPD Blotter May 7 to May 12, 2018

MADRID POLICE BLOTTER

05/07/18

Officer spoke to a Madrid resident reference his neighbor’s dogs being allowed to run in his yard and leave dog waste behind.  Officer gave him a copy of the city code and told him to call if there is any more instances and we would speak to them.

Officer assisted Madrid Fire/Rescue on an emergency medical call in the 300 Block of Locust Street.  Officer arrived to find patient not breathing and with no pulse. Officer performed 4 rounds of CPR along with administering a shock from the AED, carried in all patrol vehicles, and got a pulse back on the patient.  Officer cleared the scene when rescue arrived to take over and gave traffic control on Southern Prairie Drive for the helicopter to land, after communicating with the pilot and giving information on the landing zone. Patient was life flighted to Des Moines.

Officer spoke to a Madrid resident in reference to two junk vehicles.

Officer was called to the East side of the elementary school for a dog running at large when the kids are getting out of school.  Officer picked up the animal and located the owner in the 300 Block of Little Street and dropped her off.

Officer was dispatched to the 400 Block of East 1st Street reference a welfare check from Story County.  Subject checked out OK.  Officer notified both Boone and Polk County dispatch.

Officers assisted Madrid Fire/Rescue on an emergency medical call in the 700 Block of West 2nd Street, after an 8 year-old accidently cut himself and was bleeding badly.

Officer assisted with a lift assist in the 500 block of Milwaukee.

Officer was dispatched to assist Fire/Rescue regarding a medical call in the 400 block of N. Water St.

Officer was notified of a dog running at large.  Officer made contact with the owner whom stated the dog ran from the house.  The dog returned home prior to officer’s arrival and all parties were advised.

05/08/18

Officer was called to a two-vehicle accident at Highway 17 (Kennedy Ave) and 1st Street.  A vehicle driven by Daniel Faidley of Colfax rear ended a vehicle driven by Kathleen Barnes of Des Moines, who was waiting at the stoplight to turn left.  No injuries were reported but both vehicle sustained over $1500 in damage.  Officer did a State report on the accident.

Officer spoke to the Fire Chief reference an on-going case.

Officer received a call from a female who stated that she saw two kids on scooters on the trail between the QF parking lot and the bridge and stated that she did not see anyone around.  She wanted a welfare check done.  Officer contacted Boone County Conservation Officer at Swede Point who stated that he would run right out and check it out.

Officer assisted Madrid Fire/Rescue with an emergency medical call at the Madrid Family Clinic.

Officer inspected a golf cart for a City license.

Officer came across a two-vehicle accident in the County on his way home.  Officer made sure all drivers and passengers were OK and gave dispatch all vehicle and witness information.  Officer cleared when Sheriff Deputy’s arrived on scene.

05/09/18

Officer assisted a Madrid resident in the 800 Block of East 1st Street in towing two junk vehicles.

Officer performed a funeral procession.

Officer received a report of an erratic driver.  Officer was unable to locate the vehicle.

Officer responded to a report of a domestic disturbance in the 900 block of S. Kennedy.  It was determined the parties were verbally arguing and the male agreed to stay at a relative’s house for the evening.

05/10/18

Officer assisted Madrid Fire/Rescue on a medical call in the 500 Block of Milwaukee Street.

Officer assisted the Boone Area Humane Society with an animal call in the 400 Block of Newton Street.  The subject caught a raccoon in a live trap.  Officer took the healthy animal to the water plant and released per a request from the Humane Society.

Officer attended a court hearing at the Boone County Courthouse.

Officer attended a meeting at the Boone County Courthouse reference an on-going criminal case.

Officer attended court proceedings stemming from an arrest in February of this year. The defendant entered a guilty plea.

Officer responded to South Main Street reference a burning complaint. It was determined the homeowner was only burning wood, but agreed to stop burning to keep the neighborhood happy.  The caller was notified of the outcome.

Officer returned firearms that were being held by the department until the owner’s court case could be settled.

05/11/18

Officer assisted BCH EMS with an emergent medical call at the Madrid Home.

Officer assisted BCH EMS with another emergent medical at the Madrid Home Garden Apts.

5/12/18

Officer took a report of a missing juvenile out past her curfew. Officer worked with family and friends to help locate her.