Police: 2 shots fired incidents may be connected
Investigators talk with 4 detained in connection to incidents
MADISON, Wis. — Madison police responded to two reports of shots fired Saturday afternoon and into the evening, according to news releases.
Lt. Mike Hanson said Sunday morning that police are investigating whether the two incidents of people shooting at each other are connected, and four people have been detained.
Just after 4:30 p.m. Madison Police Department officers were sent to the 3000 block of Worthington Avenue for a report of shots fired, officials said.
Officers found multiple bullet casings in the road, but did not find anyone with injuries or any property damage, according to the release.
Two vehicles were reportedly seen speeding through the area at the time the shots were heard, investigators said. No arrests have been made.
Just after 11 p.m., west side officers responded to the area of 7400 Valley Ridge Road and the Watts and Gammon roads area for reports of gunshots being heard, officials said.
Officers found multiple bullet casings in the roadway, authorities said. Police talked with witnesses who reported seeing a vehicle pursuing another vehicle and gunshots being exchanged by the passengers.
As of early Sunday morning no arrests had been made and the investigation continues.