Local police respond to multiple shots fired calls within an hour of each other

Madison and Fitchburg police are investigating at least four shots fired calls that happened within an hour of each other early Tuesday morning.
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MADISON. Wis, — Madison and Fitchburg police are investigating at least four shots fired calls that happened within an hour of each other early Tuesday morning.

The first happened at 1:45 a.m. at the intersection of Fisher and Buick Streets. Madison police didn’t find any shell casings or property damage. No injuries have been reported at this time.

The next shots fired call came in less than 10 minutes later on West Clayton Road. Fitchburg police responded, and found six shell casings in the road that came from two different guns. Officers walked around the neighborhood and said they found a home that was hit by a bullet. The homeowner wasn’t hurt.

The next shots fired call for Madison police came in 10 minutes later at 2:04 a.m. on Putnam Road near Huegel Park. Officers found multiple shell casings at the scene and thought they heard more shots coming from Prairie Road, just down the street. Officers checked that area and found no evidence at that location. No injuries or property damage were reported.

The third shots fired call happened on Milwaukee Street near the interstate at 2:30 a.m. When officers got there, they found a shell casing on the street near Andrew Way. There have been no injuries or property damage reported.

It’s unclear if any of these shootings are connected.

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