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Shots Fired Into 3 Fulton Buildings

A bullet hole in the window of the Dunkin Donuts store on Rt. 481.
A bullet hole in the window of the Dunkin Donuts store on Rt. 481.

Fulton Police are asking for help in finding whoever shot at a home and two businesses in the city Sunday night.

Police say that at about 11:30 p.m. Sunday, someone fired shots into a home on East Broadway.  Lt. Kenneth Sheldon said the department is not releasing the address of the home because it is part of the investigation.

Not long after, shots were fired into the Dunkin’ Donuts store on Route 481.  Later, as police investigated the two incidents, they discovered a bullet hole in the windshield of a parked car at Absolute Auto on Route 481.

No one was hurt in any of the incidents.

Police are asking anyone who may have seen something unusual to call them at 598-2008 or on their anonymous tips line at 593-TIPS.

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  1. If the U S Government would spend Four Hundred Million Dollars to pay for Police
    Over time in the form of grants to just write seat belt tickets, instead would allow or insist that police worked real crimes like drive by shootings we might not have as many. But we all know how dangerous those people are who might forget to click
    that seat belt.
    But then the government is more interested in balancing the budget through seat belt crimes than stopping crimes against people.
    That way the elected can tellyou how they didn’t raise your TAXES!
    And they made you not hurt your self.
    And only spent $400,000,000.00 of your money to make you a criminal.
    No wonder they can’t find real criminals and we have so many unsolved crimes
    against our citizens.

    When did law enforcement become a way to Balance the Budget instead of protecting the people.

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