Stoughton Police responded to reports of gunfire on Rayburn Road in Stoughton Monday night. No one was hit and there were no injuries.
Stoughton Police received multiple calls Monday, Jan. 28 around 10:15 p.m. about hearing gunshots in the vicinity of Rayburn Road in Stoughton, which is in the Ralph Mann Drive/Stoughton Street neighborhood off Pearl St. The second logged call reported five gun shots at 115 Rayburn Rd. Police officers responded and found a parked vehicle and the home had been hit by bullets, according to the entry in the police log. Executive Officer Robert Devine said "several shots" were discharged, but no one was hit or injured. No arrests have been been made and police do not have a suspect at this time, Devine said. The incident remains under investigation.
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Early Morning Fire in Stoughton Leaves 17 Homeless An early morning fire on May 1 at a multi-family home on Park Street in Stoughton displaced 17 people, including an infant, Stoughton Fire Chief Mark Dolloff said. While five families were displaced, there were no reports of injuries to civilians or to the crews that responded, according to SFD Captain Doug Campbell. The cause of the fire was electrical and it started in the ceiling between the 2nd and 3rd floors, according to the State Fire Marshal's office. Eight area towns assisted Stoughton in responding to this three-alarm fire. Area businesses and the Stoughton Schools have started collecting donations for the fire victims, who lost most, if not all of their possessions. The location…