MPD Blotter September 24 – September 30, 2018


Madrid Police Contact Numbers:

Emergency – 911

Dispatch (Primary) – 515-433-0527

Police Department – 515-795-3113

Police Cell Phone – 515-795-6166


Officer made contact with elementary school staff and a student reference a stolen scooter.  Officer recovered the stolen property.

Officer was dispatched to assist a Boone County Deputy that was far North in the County.  A runaway from Woodward Academy was spotted just East of town on Highway 210.  The subject ran away after assaulting the caller and ran on the bike trail.  Officer assisted with the search for several hours.

Officer returned a call to subject reference a vehicle driving around the city with the wrong plates on it.  Officer will watch for the vehicle.

Officer assisted a resident who lives in the Reddish Addition with a vehicle unlock.

Officer picked up a sex assault kit as evidence from the Linn County Sheriff’s Office.

Officer returned a previously reported missing scooter the rightful owner.

Officer received a call from an out-of-state female regarding a family member whom was in Madrid, Spain and needed to speak with authorities.  Officer provided the proper country code and phone number.


Officer taught safety classes at Tiger Tots.

Officer was dispatched to an alarm at the Madrid Museum.  Officer found it to be a false alarm.

Officer was called to a vehicle that had stalled in the roadway at 5th and State.  It got caught in a huge water puddle in the intersection.  Officer assisted them and called Ritter Towing, to have the vehicle removed.

Officer received information regarding a semi at Hwy 210 and Hwy 17 that turned South and struck the fire hydrant.  Officer notified Granger PD whom was able to stop the described semi.  Officer did not note any corresponding damage to the semi in question and will investigate further.

Officer spoke to several individuals regarding harassment by electronic device.

Officer stopped a vehicle in the 100 block of S. Union St. The driver was advised of no headlamps while driving after dark.

Officer spoke to a parent of a juvenile regarding an incident that happened at Madrid Schools earlier in the day.  Officer will speak to school staff regarding the incident.


Officer returned a call to a nurse at Blank Children’s Hospital that assisted on a past case and updated her on the case.

Officer returned a call to a staff member at the Woodward Academy and exchanged information on a case from Monday.

Officer spoke to a Madrid resident and received information on an on-going case.

Officer spoke to a resident of Meadow Estates reference a cat that he trapped.  Officer called the Boone Area Humane Society, before the resident took the cat up to be dropped off.

Officer responded to intersection of Second & Water St. for a fight involving juveniles.


Officer did a welfare check in the 200 Block of South Cedar after receiving a call of screaming coming from an apartment.  Officer found the owner to be screaming at a puppy that he was training.

Officer spoke with Git N’ Go Management and received evidence on an on-going case.

Officer met with DCI and shared info on an on-going case.

Officer taught a safety class at Tiger Tots.

Officer met with a federal investigator and assisted him with information on a personal background check on an applicant.


Officer assisted with traffic control while Madrid Fire/Rescue responded to a dryer fire at the Madrid Coop.


Officer took a burglary report at the Madrid Car Wash.

Officer returned a phone call to a subject regarding a civil issue.

Officer responded to a vehicle collision with no injuries in the 900 block of S. Kennedy Ave.


Officer arrested Joel Jeffress of Madrid, for domestic abuse assault.  Subject was transported to the Boone County Jail where he was held.

Officer assisted the Madrid Fire/Rescue at Midtown Apartments on a report of smoke.