MPD Blotter November 26 – December 2, 2018

Madrid Police Contact Numbers:
Emergency – 911
Dispatch (Primary) – 515-433-0527
Police Department – 515-795-3113
Police Cell Phone – 515-795-6166

***Effective February 1, 2019,  our email address will no longer be monitored and will change to  Please enter this new email address into your contacts for email communication with the Madrid Iowa Police Department.***


Officer filled a records request for a Madrid resident.

Officer spoke to a Madrid resident who requested extra patrol of his residence.

Officer received a lost/found cell phone that was located on the roadway on Southern Prairie Dr.  Officer located the owner at the Madrid High School and returned it.

Officer was dispatched to a welfare check in the 900 block of S Kennedy.  Subject did not show up or call in to work.  Officer made contact with the husband who stated that his wife was sick and said that he would call into work for her.

Officer spoke to a resident whom reported her dog was lost.  Officer canvassed the neighborhood and was unable to locate the dog.  A short time later a resident came to the Police Dept. with the found dog and returned it to the owner.


Officer responded to an emergency medical call in the 500 block of W 7th St, for a possible heart attack.

Officer spoke to a Madrid resident reference a civil stand-by.  Officer informed her to check and see when works and to call the department back, and if available, they would provide the service.

Officer was called to the 100 block of North State Street.  The homeowner found a bike on his property that appeared to be dumped.  Officer took the bike into evidence.

Officer assisted Madrid Fire/Rescue on a medical call in the 400 block of N Water St.

Officer assisted with a civil standby to retrieve property from their former address.

Officer was notified by a motorist that he struck the side mirror of a parked vehicle in the 500 block of E 1st St.  The owner of the struck vehicle was notified and both parties agreed to settle the incident between them personally.


Officer was dispatched to a welfare check on N Locust St.  Officer made contact with the subject who stated that he was OK and was just sleeping.

Officer was dispatched to a two-vehicle accident at Casey’s.  A vehicle backed out and struck a vehicle parked at the gas pumps getting fuel.  Officer did an exchange of information and provided a copy for both drivers.

Officer, along with a DCI Agent, interviewed a Madrid resident reference a felony theft case.

Officer received a call of homeowner finding someone inside her residence North of Madrid in Boone County. The person left the area in a vehicle which was described to the officer.  Officer located the vehicle a short time later in Madrid and conducted a traffic stop.  It was determined the suspect entered the wrong residence believed to be occupied by another person to visit and was scared by the rightful homeowner of this residence.  The victim and suspect were found to then know each other and after speaking to all parties, no malicious intent was found and no charges were requested by the victim for the mistake.

Officer received several calls of a dog running through town.  A subject captured the dog and held it at their residence until an officer took possession of the dog.  The dog was placed in the city kennel awaiting the owner to be located.

Officer responded to an active house fire in the 500 block of E 6th St.  Officer was able to extinguish most of the flames in an exterior wall with several fire extinguishers carried in the patrol vehicle.  Madrid Fire responded very quickly, took over the scene and was able to extinguish and save the remaining structure.  Red Cross and Salvation Army were notified by officer whom met with the family and provided temporary shelter and necessities.  Officer contacted the Madrid Bakery owner, whom opened the bakery after hours, and provided a warm place to gather, hot coffee, pastries and water to the family while awaiting the Red Cross’s arrival.  A big thank you to everyone whom came together and assisted during a time of need!


Officer contacted the Boone Area Humane Society to pick up an animal that was held overnight and not claimed.

Officer assisted a Madrid resident in the 100 block of W 22nd, getting in her home, after she accidentally locked herself out.

Officer spoke to a Madrid resident in the 500 block of S Market St about a parking situation.  Officer informed the caller to call back when the parking issuing is occurring so that the Officer can see if it is occurring on private or public property.

Officer assisted DHS on a case at the Madrid High School.

Officer was contacted about an accident at the high school parking lot.  Both vehicles had been moved.  Officer will do a call for service and exchange of information for the drivers.



Officer received a call of a vehicle rollover just North of town on Highway 17.  Officer responded to assist the Boone County Sheriff’s Office.  Officer secured the scene and made sure the driver was safe until the Deputy arrived on scene to do the report.

Officer finished up an accident from yesterday and met with the two high school drivers and gave them exchange of information reports.

Officer spoke to a Madrid High School student that was having a bad day.

Officer assisted Boone County Sheriff’s Office with a two-vehicle, personal injury accident on Highway 210 at QF Lane.

Officer returned a call to a detective for a Minnesota Police Department.  Officer was asked to give a death notification to a Madrid resident and ask him to call to answer some questions.  Officer gave notification and relayed the message.


Boone County requested an officer respond to a residential burglar alarm out in the County close to Madrid.  Officer checked the residence and all appeared to be fine.

Officer spoke to a resident who had questions about an accident that occurred earlier in the week.


Officer assisted Madrid Rescue/Boone Co. Ambulance with an emergent medical in the 500 block of W Second St.