Michael Mashburn

Reporter

mmashburn@dailyvoice.com

Michael joined the Daily Voice team in April 2022 covering news throughout New York, including the Capital Region, Hudson Valley, and Long Island.

He previously worked as a radio reporter covering local news and traffic for ABC News Radio affiliates KTAR in Phoenix and KOMO in Seattle.

Michael graduated from Arizona State University with a bachelor’s degree in journalism in May 2014. 

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Ex-NY Nurse May Dodge Jail After Making $1M Selling Fake Vaccine Cards, Prescriptions Ex-NY Nurse May Dodge Jail After Making $1M Selling Fake Vaccine Cards, Prescriptions
Ex-NY Nurse May Dodge Jail After Making $1M Selling Fake Vaccine Cards, Prescriptions A former pediatric nurse from Long Island could avoid jail time after confessing that she raked in over $1 million selling forged COVID-19 vaccine cards and opioid prescriptions. Julie DeVuono, age 51, of Amityville, pleaded guilty to filing forged vaccination record cards, laundering the criminal proceeds from selling the cards, and filing false prescriptions for opioids in Suffolk County Court in September 2023. According to prosecutors, DeVuono charged her customers $220 or $350, depending on the year, between June 2021 and September 2022 for entering their false vaccine information into…
Know Him? Burglar Nabs $5K From Pair Of Lindenhurst Businesses; Reward Offered For Info Know Him? Burglar Nabs $5K From Pair Of Lindenhurst Businesses; Reward Offered For Info
Know Him? Burglar Nabs $5K From Pair Of Lindenhurst Businesses; Reward Offered For Info Police are asking for help in identifying a commercial burglary suspect who helped himself to thousands of dollars from a pair of Long Island businesses. Suffolk County Police said the break-ins occurred at around 5:30 a.m. Thursday, May 2, in Lindenhurst, at two businesses on Wellwood Avenue. Surveillance footage showed the suspect, clad in all black clothing and a black face mask, forcibly entering Paris 1 Nail Salon through a rear door.  He stole nearly $1,000 in cash before hitting the neighboring business, Vicky’s Casa del Sabor, where he grabbed another $4,000 from the register.…
'Great Addition': New Restaurant In East Hampton Cited For 'Well-Balanced, Delicious' Fare 'Great Addition': New Restaurant In East Hampton Cited For 'Well-Balanced, Delicious' Fare
'Great Addition': New Restaurant In East Hampton Cited For 'Well-Balanced, Delicious' Fare A new French restaurant on Long Island promising classic bistro fare in a warm atmosphere is delighting diners just weeks into business. Village Bistro – located in East Hampton at 10 Main Street – held its grand opening in early May 2024. Under the direction of owner Adam Potter, the 90-seat restaurant serves a number of French-inspired dishes, like croque monsieur made with comte cheese, bechamel sauce, and ham. Or the ricotta cavatelli, available with bolognese or classic tomato sauce. Diners can also choose from appetizers like tuna tartare, escargot, and heirloom tomato tart, and dess…
Duo Nabbed In Jewelry Store Burglary Spree That Hit Fairfield County Business Duo Nabbed In Jewelry Store Burglary Spree That Hit Fairfield County Business
Duo Nabbed In Jewelry Store Burglary Spree That Hit Fairfield County Business Two suspects are behind bars in connection with a string of jewelry store burglaries that targeted businesses in the Hudson Valley and Connecticut. In Dutchess County, police were called at around 4:30 a.m. Thursday, June 13, for a burglary in progress in Beacon at Sky Diamond Jewelers on Main Street. As officers arrived, the suspects were seen driving away from the scene.  Officers initially pursued the vehicle onto the Newburgh-Beacon Bridge but called off the chase “due to the unsafe speeds,” Beacon Police said. Investigators determined that the suspects broke into Sky Diamond Jew…
Trio Sells Fentanyl-Laced Heroin In Troy, Police Say Trio Sells Fentanyl-Laced Heroin In Troy, Police Say
Trio Sells Fentanyl-Laced Heroin In Troy, Police Say Three people are facing drug charges for allegedly planning to sell heroin laced with fentanyl in the region. In Rensselaer County, Troy Police executed a search warrant Thursday afternoon, June 13, at a home in the Lansingburgh neighborhood, on 5th Avenue near 118th Street. The search followed a “lengthy investigation” into reported drug sales at the property, police said. Inside, officers allegedly found evidence that tested positive for both heroin and fentanyl. The following suspects were arrested on suspicion of criminal possession of a controlled substance with intent to sell …
‘Sad Day’: SCOTUS Bump Stock Ruling Sparks Bipartisan Condemnation From NY Politicians ‘Sad Day’: SCOTUS Bump Stock Ruling Sparks Bipartisan Condemnation From NY Politicians
‘Sad Day’: SCOTUS Bump Stock Ruling Sparks Bipartisan Condemnation From NY Politicians New York politicians wasted no time reacting to the Supreme Court’s decision striking down a federal ban on bump stocks, which allow semiautomatic rifles to fire more quickly. In their 6-3 ruling Friday, June 14, with conservatives in the majority, the high court sided with a Texas gun store owner who surrendered his bump stocks after the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) reclassified the devices as machine guns in 2018. He later sued to get them back. The ATF’s regulation, issued under the Trump administration with his full support, came about after the 2017 Las Veg…
Man Dead Following Shooting At Malta Home Man Dead Following Shooting At Malta Home
Man Dead Following Shooting At Malta Home A man is dead following a shooting at a home in the region. The Saratoga County incident happened at around 11:30 a.m. Friday, June 14, in Malta at the Northway Estates mobile home park on Route 9. Sheriff’s deputies said someone called 911 reporting a shooting inside a residence. When deputies arrived, they found a man dead from a gunshot wound. Nobody else inside the home was injured. Authorities did not speculate on a possible motive for the shooting or say whether anyone was arrested. The victim's name and age had not been released as of Friday afternoon. This is a developing stor…
Researchers Spot 161 Whales, Including 7 Different Species, Off Mass Coast Researchers Spot 161 Whales, Including 7 Different Species, Off Mass Coast
Researchers Spot 161 Whales, Including 7 Different Species, Off Mass Coast It’s a whale of a tale and researchers have the pictures to prove it. A recent aerial survey conducted by the Northeast Fisheries Science Center came across a jaw-dropping 161 whales in the waters south of Martha’s Vineyard and southeast of Nantucket. The stunning display was comprised of seven different whale species, including 93 sei, 36 humpback, 21 fin, as well as minke, sperm, and North Atlantic right whales. Researchers also spotted two Orcas, also known as killer whales, one of whom was seen chowing down on a tuna. NOAA Fisheries’ New England/Mid-Atlantic region called it a “dazzli…
Baskin-Robbins Sets Opening Date For New Guilderland Store Baskin-Robbins Sets Opening Date For New Guilderland Store
Baskin-Robbins Sets Opening Date For New Guilderland Store Ice cream giant Baskin-Robbins is set to open its only location in the Capital Region. The national chain, known for its “31 flavors” slogan, will hold a soft opening for its Albany County store – located in Guilderland’s Hamilton Square – on Friday, June 14, owner Taslim Yousaf told WTEN. A grand opening celebration will take place before the end of the month, manager Jennifer Loso teased on Facebook. Earlier Report: Baskin-Robbins Opening Store In Guilderland “It’s a proudly, locally-owned franchise,” Yousaf told WTEN. “We are here to serve our local community, bringing something…
Extras Sought For Popular HBO Series Filming In Albany, Schenectady, Troy Extras Sought For Popular HBO Series Filming In Albany, Schenectady, Troy
Extras Sought For Popular HBO Series Filming In Albany, Schenectady, Troy Ready for your closeup? Filming for the third season of HBO’s “The Gilded Age” is set to resume in the Capital Region this summer, and producers are on the hunt for background actors. Grant Wilfley Casting is looking for Albany and Rensselaer County residents to be extras in scenes that will be filmed in Albany, Schenectady, and Troy between Monday, Aug. 5, and Friday, Aug. 23. Those interested must be comfortable working around smoke, have no allergies to wool, and have no visible tattoos, according to the casting call. All actors must attend a costume fitting, set to begin on Wednesda…
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