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
Officer was called to the elementary school to speak with staff, and exchange information.
Officer received a call reference a phone scam. The Madrid resident sent $50 worth of ITune gift cards to a subject claiming to be with Facebook, who informed him that he won $500,000. The subject figured out it was a scam and just wanted other residents to know so that nobody else was affected.
Officer spoke to a Madrid student reference issues occurring at school. Officer asked the student to speak with the Principal in the morning and report the issues to him first.
Officer spoke to a subject about a past civil case that an Officer assisted with.
Officer performed a vehicle unlock at the Madrid Tiger Bowl.
Officer followed up with a business owner regarding a past burglary report.
Officer was dispatched to the 200 block of S. Greene St. regarding a suspicious smell in the building. Officer along with a resident was unable to locate any suspicious odor.
Officer took a report of a lost wallet from over the weekend. Officer took all the owner’s information down to contact them if the item is located.
Officer dropped off a past accident report to a Madrid resident.
Officer was dispatched to a fight in progress in the 200 block of S. Greene St. The subjects were separated upon officer arrival. It was determined to be an unwanted visitor at a residence and the tenant pushed the subject out from the doorway to close and lock the door. Neither party wished to pursue any criminal charges.
Officer was called to the Madrid Market for a cat and 4 kittens living under the pop can trailer. Officer spoke to the Humane Society and OK’d them to trap the animal if they wanted to remove them.
Officer reviewed video for suspect identification regarding an ongoing burglary case.
Officer was called to the 500 block of S. Walnut Street reference a package that was delivered to a residence and found by the homeowner to be opened and damaged. Officer advised.
Officer spoke to a subject regarding a past assault/fight call regarding information.
Officer sent information regarding an ongoing case to the County Attorney’s office, as requested.
Officer met with a Madrid resident who requested a copy of a past report.
Officer spoke to a Madrid resident reference a civil issue dealing with a property exchange.
Officer spoke to a Madrid resident reference a civil issue dealing with child custody.
Officer received a call from the Manager of Git N Go. Officer picked up evidence in an on-going case.
Officer assisted Madrid Fire/Rescue with an emergency medical call at Edgewood Park.
Officer responded to Casey’s reference an attempted burglary. No entry was made and the suspect fled the area immediately. Officer was unable to locate the subject in the area.
Officer met with a Boone County Deputy and shared information on cases that could be connected between the two departments.
Officer finger printed a Madrid resident for a job related back-ground check.
Officer followed up with a local business for video reference an attempted burglary.
Officer was notified to assist in having a vehicle moved for the paving project on 6th Street. Officer made contact with the vehicle owner whom moved the vehicle.
Officer was called to a burglary alarm in the 500 block of Milwaukee St. It was determined to be a false alarm.
Officer shared information with another agency regarding similar cases and suspects.
Officer was dispatched to a 911 hang-up call in the 300 block of Madison St. 911 mapping showed the call coming from the Flat tire parking area. Officer made contact with a subject inside the establishment whom misdialed their phone.
Officer took a report of a stolen bicycle. It is described as a girl’s orange and black mountain bike, Kent brand.
Officer responded to the 300 block of Green Street reference a racially charged, threatening letter left at the door.
Officer assisted a college student that was very low on fuel and found out that Git n Go is no longer open after midnight. Officer had a gas can with fuel at his residence that he gave it to them so they could continue on to Ames.
Officer was dispatched to an alarm at the Madrid High School. Officer was advised by dispatch to disregard prior to arrival.
Officer responded to a civil dispute in the 200 block of E. 21st Street.
Officer returned a call to a resident about a civil matter.