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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. 

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  1. Pair Caught After Fleeing Area Walmart With Stolen Items

    Pair Caught After Fleeing Area Walmart With Stolen Items

    A pair were busted by police in Fairfield County over the weekend after allegedly shoplifting from a Walmart before becoming combative with a loss prevention officer.Police said that Danbury residents Delton Rogers, 22, and Luis Torres, 26, were arrested on Saturday, Aug. 18 for shoplifting at Walmart on Newtown Road after they were spotted entering and stealing merchandise from the ...

  2. Man Caught With 12 Pounds Of Pot After Stop For Unsafe Lane Change On Hutch, Police Say

    Man Caught With 12 Pounds Of Pot After Stop For Unsafe Lane Change On Hutch, Police Say

    An unsafe lane change on the Hutchinson River Parkway in Westchester led to the seizure of a dozen pounds of marijuana from a driver in Harrison.Randolph, Mass. resident Tan Van Nguyen, 55, was driving northbound on the Hutchinson River Parkway near North Street in Harrison on Wednesday, Aug. 15, when he was suddenly veered from the left lane into the right lane, forcing a second ...

  3. Suspicious Man Questions Girl Home Alone In Northern Westchester, Police Say

    Suspicious Man Questions Girl Home Alone In Northern Westchester, Police Say

    A suspicious man approached a girl in Northern Westchester while her parents weren’t home, asking if she “needed her lawn debugged,” police said.The North Castle Police Department received a report shortly after 7 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 10 of the solicitor, who asked the girl if anyone was home. The girl said that there wasn’t, “but her parents would be back soon.”The man said he could ...

  4. Free Narcan Training Will Be Offered At New York State Fair

    Free Narcan Training Will Be Offered At New York State Fair

    With opioids and overdoses reaching a peak in the country last year, the New York State Fair will be offering special life-saving training.At this year’s New York State Fair - which is being held in Syracuse from Aug. 22 through Sept. 3 - there will be Narcan training, which has helped save the lives of several New Yorkers who were suffering from near-fatal overdoses.The “Stomp Out ...

  5. Weeklong Lane Closures Scheduled During Route 100 Road Work

    Weeklong Lane Closures Scheduled During Route 100 Road Work

    Weekday lane closures may lead to delays in Westchester for motorists traveling on Central Avenue.The New York State Department of Transportation announced that from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., beginning Tuesday, Aug. 21, there will be southbound lane closures on Route 100 (Central Avenue) between I-87 and Tuckahoe Road in Yonkers, as crews continue maintenance work in the area.Those closures are ...

  6. Police: Drunk Driver Stole Running Pickup Truck Outside Mount Kisco House

    Police: Drunk Driver Stole Running Pickup Truck Outside Mount Kisco House

    An allegedly drunk driver in a stolen pickup took Westchester County Police officers on a short chase as he attempted to evade arrest in Mount Kisco.Officers were dispatched to Spring Street at approximately 5 a.m. on Monday, Aug. 13, where there was a report of a stolen truck. While responding, they spotted the Chevrolet Colorado traveling on Main Street. The officers made a U-turn to ...

  7. Overdose Deaths From Opioids Hit Record High In 2017

    Overdose Deaths From Opioids Hit Record High In 2017

    Opioids continue to plague the country, as overdose deaths peaked toa record high last year, according to the Centers for Disease Control.Preliminary estimates from the CDC found that drug overdoses killed nearly 72,000 people in America in 2017, a record number and rise of approximately 10 percent. The count includes deaths that occurred in all 50 states and the District of ...

  8. Man With False Visas Attempted To Steal Package From Westchester Gas Station, Police Say

    Man With False Visas Attempted To Steal Package From Westchester Gas Station, Police Say

    A man without a known address who was in possession of fraudulent U.S. Government Visa cards is behind bars after being busted attempting to steal a package from a Scarsdale gas station after having it re-routed.Members of the Scarsdale Police Department were dispatched to the Scarsdale Shell gas station on Scarsdale Avenue on Monday, Aug. 6, when 27-year-old Kaspars Giberts attempted ...

  9. Police: New Canaan Man Charged With Stalking, Harassment After Sending Sexually Explicit Emails

    Police: New Canaan Man Charged With Stalking, Harassment After Sending Sexually Explicit Emails

    Police were forced to intervene and arrest a New Canaan man who allegedly sent a series of sexually explicit emails to a woman.Investigators from the New Canaan Police Department received a complaint on Aug. 15 of harassing emails that were being sent, marking the second time it has happened over the past few weeks. Police said the emails were sexually explicit and caused concern for ...

  10. New Round Of Weeklong Lane Closures Scheduled On I-684

    New Round Of Weeklong Lane Closures Scheduled On I-684

    There will be more lane closures in both directions on I-684 in Westchester as crews perform maintenance in the area.The New York State Department of Transportation issued an alert cautioning that from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. starting Monday, Aug. 20, there will be closures northbound and southbound on the interstate between exit 1 (I-287 entrance ramp) and exit 2 (Route 120). Those ...

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