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Zak Failla

Urgent News Reporter zfailla@dailyvoice.com

Zak! worked as a sports editor at the Shoshone News Press in northern Idaho and as a sports writer at the Ithaca Journal before making his way to The Daily Voice. A graduate of Ithaca College's Roy H. Park School of Communication, he is a self-proclaimed cat and juggling enthusiast. 

Zak Failla's Contributions

  1. Suspicious Man In Hoodie Busted With Stolen Laptop In Westchester, Police Say

    Suspicious Man In Hoodie Busted With Stolen Laptop In Westchester, Police Say

    A suspicious suspect is back behind bars after being busted by police with a stolen laptop and other stolen items during an early morning stop by an officer.While conducting larceny patrol on the Hutchinson River Parkway Corridor at approximately 2 a.m. on Nov. 7, an officer from the Scarsdale Police Department spotted a suspicious man walking in a hoodie on Weaver Street with a ...

  2. Man Causes $1.5K In Damage To Vehicle In Road Rage Incident, State Police Say

    Man Causes $1.5K In Damage To Vehicle In Road Rage Incident, State Police Say

    A 55-year-old man allegedly caused more than $1,500 in damage to a car during a road rage incident, state police said.New York State Police troopers in Dutchess County from the Rhinebeck barracks were dispatched to Church Street in Pine Plains on Oct. 24, where there was a report of criminal mischief incident. Troopers said that the victim told investigators that an unknown person ...

  3. MTA Plans New Rate Hike, Citing 'Very Difficult Economic Times'

    MTA Plans New Rate Hike, Citing 'Very Difficult Economic Times'

    Travelers can expect a hike in prices as the Metropolitan Transportation Authority proposes a rise in fares and tolls for the coming year to cover rising expenses.Citing projected declines in revenues and increases in cost for providing services, the MTA announced that it will require “fare and toll adjustment and new sustainable revenue sources in order to avert significant service ...

  4. Six Northern Westchester Residents Face DWI Charges In State Police Stops

    Six Northern Westchester Residents Face DWI Charges In State Police Stops

    New York State Police troopers busted 19 motorists from the Hudson Valley and Fairfield County who were allegedly driving while impaired the past week-plus.The local residents charged were:Westchester CountyOn Saturday, Nov. 10, State Police troopers from Somers arrested Debra S. Brande, 56, of Somers, for DWI. She was traveling on Lovell Street in Somers, and was involved in a one-car ...

  5. Suspicious Packages Give Scare To Westchester Court Jury Member

    Suspicious Packages Give Scare To Westchester Court Jury Member

    A Westchester homeowner received a scare after serving on a jury, convicting a suspect and receiving a suspicious package with his name on it.In the wake of the pipe bombs sent to political figures throughout the country, a Scarsdale resident reported a sketchy package that was shipped to her home while she was on vacation.Members of the Scarsdale Police Department were contacted by a ...

  6. Employee Threatens, Grabs Boss In Mount Kisco, Police Say

    Employee Threatens, Grabs Boss In Mount Kisco, Police Say

    Westchester County Police intervention was required when an employee at a  cleaning company got physical with his boss.Officers from the Westchester County Police Department responded to a South Bedford Road (Route 172) business in Mount Kisco shortly before 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 7, where there was a reported physical incident.Police said that a supervisor at the cleaning ...

  7. Violent Westchester Gang Leader Admits To Conspiracy, Violence

    Violent Westchester Gang Leader Admits To Conspiracy, Violence

    The 40-year-old leader of a prominent Westchester street gang has admitted to his role in recruiting new members, giving out orders to commit violence and dishing out punishment to his own underlings.James Bryant of the Blood Stones Gang has pleaded guilty to one count of conspiracy, which was accepted in Westchester County Court last week.Bryant was arrested and charged as part of a ...

  8. 91,000 Pounds Of Ground Turkey Recalled Amid Salmonella Fears

    91,000 Pounds Of Ground Turkey Recalled Amid Salmonella Fears

    Related story: First Death Reported In Ongoing Turkey Salmonella OutbreakCheck your refrigerator. There’s been a recall of more than 91,000 pounds of ground turkey by the FDA as part of the ongoing monthslong salmonella outbreak involving turkey products.Jenni-O Turkey has recalled 91,388 pounds of raw ground turkey products that may be associated with an illness outbreak of ...

  9. Seen Her? Police Issue Alert For Westchester Woman Wanted For Assault

    Seen Her? Police Issue Alert For Westchester Woman Wanted For Assault

    Have you seen her?Police are seeking the public’s assistance as they search for a wanted woman who allegedly assaulted another in the city.The Yonkers Police Department issued an alert on Thursday afternoon regarding 21-year-old Dymonde Cruz, who is wanted by law enforcement for a second-degree assault charge stemming back to an incident earlier this year.Police described Cruz as a ...

  10. Man Throws Chair, Chokes Victim In Northern Westchester Assault, Police Say

    Man Throws Chair, Chokes Victim In Northern Westchester Assault, Police Say

    A man who allegedly threw a chair and choked his victim during a domestic incident has turned himself into police custody in Westchester.Members of the Yorktown Police Department responded to a local home, where there was a report of a domestic dispute that turned physical.According to police, the investigation into the incident determined that Yorktown resident Bekim Rexhepi, 28, ...

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