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Madison police respond to 10 separate shots fired calls over the weekend

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MADISON (WKOW) -- Madison police responded to ten shots fired calls over the Fourth of July weekend and into Monday morning.

The shootings were all reported on the city's north and east sides, according to a series of incident reports released over the last several days.

The incident reports do not indicate the shootings to be connected.

In total, police recovered more than 106 bullets or shell casings across the shooting calls. Some of the incident reports did not indicate exactly how many casings were found.

No one was reported hurt in the shootings, but in several instances, bullets hit houses with people inside.

DateTimeAddressBullets or shell casings recovered
July 42:15 a.m.100 block of Emma CourtMultiple
July 410:44 a.m.2400 block of Brentwood Parkway19
July 410:33 p.m.4900 block of Spaanem Avenue2+
July 51 a.m.Trafalger Place28
July 52:34 a.m.Strauble CourtMultiple
July 56:30 a.m.Joylynn Drive1
July 54:39 p.m.100 block of Jackson Street2
July 56:36 p.m.East Washington Avenue and First Street2
July 59:17 p.m.1300 block of Mendota Street7
July 612:57 a.m.Spaanem Avenue and Ruth Street45

JT Cestkowski

Social Media Content Producer/Desk Editor

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