Gunfire erupted on the streets of Mount Vernon last night, but no one was hit by the bullets.

Police say shots rang out just after 11:30 p.m. on Putnam Street. Investigators say they received numerous calls about the gunfire and they were also alerted by the city's computerized gunshot detection system, known as “Shotspotter.” The software sends signals to police headquarters when shots are...

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