Bullets struck homes on two Lexington streets late Monday night, police said.
No one was hurt, and an investigation is continuing, police spokeswoman Sherelle Roberts said Tuesday morning.
The first shooting occurred about 8:45 p.m. Monday at a house in the 300 block of Nelson Avenue.
Police said someone drove slowly past the house and fired at least two shots into the building through a front window. Several people were inside, including young children, but no one was hit, officers said.
One slug was recovered inside the house, police said.
Police think a compact car, possibly a hatchback, was involved in the shooting, Roberts said.
About 11 p.m., officers rushed to the 2000 block of Mousas Way, off Codell Drive, after bullets struck two apartments in a duplex there.
Roberts said at least 10 shots were fired, hitting both apartments and a vehicle parked at the curb.
No one was hit. Roberts said police think the shooter intended to hit someone inside.