Green Bay Police investigating shots fired into two homes

GREEN BAY, Wis. - Green Bay police investigated two shootings Friday, which they think might be related.


No one was hurt in either shootings.  Both happened Thursday night after 10:00pm on Roscoe street and Christiana street on the city's west side.  The woman who lives on Christiana street said she found plaster from the bullet holes in her wall Friday morning . 

Savannah Derepkowski, was sleeping when she thought she heard fireworks.  She did not realize it at the time, but shots were fired into her home, and one went through the window over her head.  However, when she returned home this morning with groceries, she found plaster in her living room.

"I went into immediate shock," Derepkowski said.  "I was pretty upset, scared, and pissed off all at the same time.  I called my mom right away.  I told her what had happened, what I think had happened, and the police came here."

She told police officers she heard what she thought were fireworks around 11:30pm Thursday night.  Investigators found shell casings outside and bullet holes in her living room where she slept and in her kitchen.


"I'm not saying this is random or this is not random, but based on our experience and history, shooters are not random," said Captain Kevin Warych.


Just a few blocks away officers said the first shooting happened in the 1100 block of Roscoe street about an hour before the shooting at Derepkowski's house.


Police said a woman was in a bedroom when a bullet entered her house and landed in the closet.  Shell casings were found outside the house.


Police said they're investigating and there is no suspect at this time.  Please call Green Bay police if you have any information about either of the shootings.


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