Now, neighbors are looking for changes in their community.
They were woken up Monday night, when shots rang out in the 300 block of North Oakland Avenue.
"When officers arrived they located spent shell casings in the street as well as a number of bullet holes" explains Lt. Kevin Warych with the Green Bay Police Department.
The homeowner did not want to go on camera, but tells Local 5's Millaine Wells she was at work when the shots were fired.
While nobody was hurt, neighbors are on edge.
"Is it going to be my house, is it going to come through the window? wonders Mary Strike, who lives next door to the targeted house.
Neighbors say a lack of lighting is one of their main concerns. In fact there is only one street light to cover a 3 block span.
"Officers have to deal with light and dark issues every day of the year. We train at night, we work at night so it becomes normal for us" explains Lt. Warych.
There is a community police station just up the road, but residents say they want more communication.
"It would be nice if the police would make us aware of what is going on in our neighborhood because the only time we know is if we see police pulling up somewhere, which is quite often on Oakland" Strike says.
The easiest way to monitor this or other neighborhoods is online.
"We really want people whether they subscribe to our Facebook page or Nixle we want people to use it. Take the information, process it and report back to us" Lt. Warych says.
In this case police need your help catch the person who pulled the trigger.
"No matter how small the information is and how irrelevant they may think it is, we may find it very important" Lt. Warych says.
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