Madrid Police Report April 15-21

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April 15, 2019

  • Officer followed up on several junk vehicle violations served last week. Officer found that several of the infractions were corrected and other properties had worked over the weekend on theirs.
  • Officer assisted Madrid Fire/Rescue on an emergency medical call at the Madrid Clinic. Officer went and picked up the patient’s husband and gave him a ride back to the clinic, since they only had the one vehicle.
  • Officer received a complaint of a male running stops signs downtown on both Friday and this morning. Officer was provided a picture of the vehicle. Officer made contact with the Madrid High School student and gave him a verbal warning for this driving, and he stated that the issues would be immediately corrected.
  • Officer spoke to a Madrid resident in the 400 block of S. Main Street reference a junk vehicle violation. Owner gave the Officer permission to have the salvage yard come pick it up. Officer will start the process.
  • Officer received a complaint of a subject blowing grass clippings into the street. Officer advised the homeowner, who stated it would be cleaned and more caution taken when mowing.
  • Officer received a call of a power outage in the 300 block of Locust Street. Officer met with Alliant Energy, who was working on restoring power.
  • Officer assisted Madrid Rescue regarding a medical call in the 200 block of Grigsby Court.
  • Officer was notified of a dog running in the area of Seventh and S. Water streets. Officer made contact with the owner, and the dog was returned by a neighbor.
  • Officer received a complaint of a subject driving aggressively in the area of U.S. Highway 30 and Iowa Highway 17. The offending vehicle was last seen southbound on Iowa Highway 17 from U.S. Highway 30. The vehicle did not travel into Madrid, and the officer was unable to locate it.

April 16, 2019

  • Officer received a records request for information from the Madrid City Council Meeting last night.
  • Officer followed up on several junk vehicle violations in the city. Officer will be towing two vehicles from the 300 Block of S. Cedar Street, one vehicle from the 600 block of S. Union Street, one vehicle from the 200 block of S. State Street and one vehicle from the 200 block of S. Madison Street.
  • Officer spoke to two Madrid residents about knife laws with having weapons permits.
  • Officer fingerprinted a Madrid resident for a job-related background check.
  • Officer assisted Madrid Fire/Rescue on a call in the 300 block of S. Cedar Street.
  • Officer received a call of a loud bang in the downtown area. With assistance from VFW Staff, Officer was able to locate a damaged phone box in the alley by Platt Dental. Officer called Medicom and reported the damage.
  • Officer spoke to a property owner in the 200 block of S. State Street reference building material stacked up off the alley. Owner stated that he would get it all removed today.
  • Officer assisted Madrid Rescue with a medical call in the 300 block of E. North Street. Subject accidentally activated a medical lifeline device. Everything checked okay.

April 17, 2019

  • Officer met with a staff member with Lifepac and had all Police and Fire AEDs certified for duty.
  • Officer fingerprinted a Madrid resident for a job-related background check.
  • Officer spoke to subjects on both sides of a property sale at First and Walnut streets reference a time frame on getting a dumpster in to get the property cleaned up. Officer has received several complaints about the property.

April 18, 2019

  • Officer spoke to a Detective from Des Moines Police Department. Yesterday they had a chase and recovered a stolen vehicle from Madrid that was reported back in February. A subject was taken into custody and charged with multiple offenses. Officers exchanged reports and information on the cases.
  • Officer followed up on a junk vehicle in the 400 block of Newton Road that the owner had been spoken to about. The vehicle had been removed.
  • Officer followed up on two junk vehicles that were served in the 200 block of E. Sixth Street. One vehicle had been removed, and the second was registered and now being driven.
  • Officer located a dog running by the Madrid Elementary School. Officer located the owner by its rabies tag and returned it home.
  • Officer responded to a residence in the 600 block of E. Sixth Street reference a civil dispute between roommates.
  • Officers assisted a resident with removing a junk vehicle from her property.

April 19, 2019

  • Officer assisted Madrid Rescue/Boone Co. Ambulance with an emergent medical call in the 500 block of W. Second Street.
  • Officer unlocked a vehicle for a resident behind the VFW.
  • Officer spoke to a resident in reference to a vacation house watch.
  • Officer assisted with a medical call.
  • Officer spoke with two females reference a landlord-tenant issue.

April 20, 2019

  • Officer took a report of a child being bitten by a dog April 17. Officer will make contact with the owner and the humane society.
  • Officer responded to the 400 block of E. Ninth Street reference a report of people yelling and possibly fighting. Upon police arrival, everything settled down, and the two individuals involved in the dispute went separate ways. It was reported by witnesses that no assault took place.

April 21, 2019

  • Officer followed up on a dog bite case that occurred April 17. All information was given to Boone County Humane Society, and they were going to take care of it from there.
  • Officer spoke to a resident who found a dog running loose in the 500 block of W. Fifth Street. The resident agreed to hold on to the dog due to its size and gave all his information in case the owner called in.
  • Spoke to the owner of the dog from the previous call. Gave the owner the contact information, and the dog was then retrieved.
  • Officer responded to a neighbor dispute on S. Market Street.

*A criminal charge is merely an accusation, and the defendant is presumed innocent until and unless proven guilty.

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