One person received very minor injuries Monday night when someone repeatedly shot at a house on the 1100 block of Beal Street.
According to police reports, the first call of shots fired into the house happened around 7:15 p.m.
Several people were inside the home when the resident heard gunshots and some property was damaged.
About two hours later, Rocky Mount police officers responded to gunfire again at the same house.
A 48-year-old man reportedly was cut by flying glass, but did not require medical attention.
Several cars and electronics were damaged in the second flurry of gunfire.
Shortly after midnight, police responded to the same block after gunfire was heard yet again.
The house that was targeted in the first two shootings received additional minor damage, but no one was injured.
Police Cpl. Mike Lewis said the incidents are under investigation.
No motive in the incidents was released.