Woman shot picking up boyfriend

ALBANY — A 27-year-old woman was in fair condition Monday afternoon after being shot Sunday evening in south Albany.

About 10 p.m. Sunday, the Albany Police Department dispatched officers to 634 Cherry Ave. in reference to a shooting, a police report said.

The victim, identified as Llyasah Davis, told authorities that she went to the location to pick up her boyfriend.

At that time, she and her boyfriend were reportedly approached by three unknown suspects driving a burgundy Ford Expedition.

Two of the suspects were armed, the report said.

One ssuspect fired a shot into the victim’s driver’s side door, striking her in the left leg.

A spokesman at Palmyra Medical Center said that Davis was in fair condition Monday.

One of the possible suspects has been identified by the name “Willie.”

No further information on the trio had been received Monday afternoon, and no arrests had been made.

Those with additional information on the case are encouraged to call Crime Stoppers at (229) 436-TIPS.

The callers remain anonymous, and any call leading to an arrest and conviction could receive up to $1,000.

A few hours before that shooting, there was at least one more incident involving a gun.

At approximately 6 p.m. Sunday, there was a group of people standing outside at 3400 Sylvester Road when a man picked up a gun and pointed it at someone.

The report indicated that there might have been gun or knife wounds sustained by an individual, but did not offer much more additional information beyond that.

The case was labeled as an aggravated assault.