As of Thursday morning the calls into the Albany 911 center were picking up according to Shelia Sims, assistant communications manager of the center.
Sims says the most common calls they get on Halloween have to do with pranks like throwing eggs on cars or houses.
Her message to the kids thinking about pulling these pranks is that it's not funny and they will get in trouble.
Sims encourages all families to follow the curfew and be safe tonight.
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