MPD Blotter November 5 to November 12, 2018

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

 

11/05/18

Officer assisted with a vehicle unlock on East 1st Street.  Officer was unable to unlock the vehicle due to previous damage that owner did to it while trying to unlock it.

Officer responded to the Madrid High School and spoke to staff reference an incident between two students.

Officer spoke to a Madrid resident reference issues with a tree removal company from Ames.

Officer received a complaint of a moped that had been parked downtown and not moved for a long period of time. Officer made contact with the owner who stated that it was not running and that they were working on it.

11/06/18

Officer spoke to a Madrid resident reference a phone scam that they received.  No personal information was given over the phone.

Officer was dispatched to 211 South Green Street.  Caller stated that her grandson received a threatening message today while attending the Elementary School.  Officer passed the note on to the Principal.

Officer assisted Madrid Fire/Rescue on an emergency medical call at the Madrid Fire Department.

Officer assisted Madrid Fire/Rescue on a medical call at the Madrid Market.  Officer gave the subject a ride home after refusing transport to the hospital.

Officer spoke to a Madrid resident reference a possible threat.

11/07/18

Officer was dispatched to call a Madrid resident reference harassment.  Officer spoke to the subject, who did not want to make a report, just asked for extra patrol.

Officer spoke to a Madrid resident reference a possible scam offering a cheap cruise.  Subject tried to call the number back and it was not an active number.

Officer performed a vehicle unlock in the 500 Block of Milwaukee Street.

Officer received a complaint of a dog not having proper shelter.  Officer contacted the owner and he informed the Officer that he had just got the dog back from a divorce and would be getting shelter for the dog and moving him to his house soon.

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

11/08/18

Officer received a call from a Madrid resident and then stopped by his residence in the 300 Block of Gerald Street.  The property owner shared some concerns and then asked for extra patrol.

Officer returned a call to a Madrid resident reference conceal carry questions.

Officer met with a Madrid resident who found her garage door open this morning.  Officer and owner did a walk through and found nothing missing.

11/09/18

Officer was called to the Green Street apartments, in the 200 Block of South Green Street.  The landlord located property that she thought was stolen, out of an apartment, after a subject moved out. Officer took the property into evidence and did recognize it to be from a burglary, in the same building.  Officer spoke to the owner of the property and returned it, after taking pictures for the case file.

Officer spoke to a Madrid resident reference the disposal of unused needles, after a death in the family.

Officer stopped a vehicle after witnessing an unlicensed driver operating the car. Noah Cornett of Madrid was cited with driving while suspended and released with a court date.

Officer spoke with a male reference a landlord tenant issue. Officer stood by while the tenant removed property from the residence with the landlord present and permissive.

Officer assisted County Deputies by responded to a car/deer accident just outside the city limits. Officer took down vehicle and driver information and issued a DNR salvage tag to a bystander after the injured deer was located.

11/10/18

Officer took a parking complaint in the 300 block of E. 3rd Street. Officer made contact with the owner of the vehicle and issued a warning.

11/11/18

Officer responded to Casey’s for a vehicle unlock.

Officer took a report of harassment at 211 S. Green St.

11/12/18

Officer assisted with traffic control on S. Kennedy Dr. for a stalled vehicle.

Officer directed traffic for a funeral procession.