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Zak Failla

Content Producer 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. Second Closure For I-95 Bridge Replacement Project Starts

    Second Closure For I-95 Bridge Replacement Project Starts

    Contracting crews are gearing up to shut down a stretch of I-95 for the second weekend in a row as they continue working on a multi-million dollar bridge replacement project in Fairfield County.Earlier this year, the Connecticut State Department of Transportation announced plans to replace the Route 1 overpass at Exit 9 in Stamford with a new steel and concrete structure over the ...

  2. Mailman Accused Of Sexually Assaulting Woman On His Fairfield County Route Gets Probation

    Mailman Accused Of Sexually Assaulting Woman On His Fairfield County Route Gets Probation

    There will be no time behind bars for a Fairfield County mailman accused of sexually assaulting a 57-year-old woman in Bridgeport.David Prater, 62, a USPS employee, was sentenced to two years probation and granted accelerated rehabilitation after he was accused of kissing and groping his victim. Under the terms of the sentence, Prater will also undergo sex offender evaluation and ...

  3. Darien Man Charged In Near Fatal Norwalk Overdose

    Darien Man Charged In Near Fatal Norwalk Overdose

    A Fairfield County man is in custody after allegedly supplying an addict with heroin when he sought Suboxone to wean off opioids in Norwalk, police said.Darien resident Clayton Gandini, 47, turned himself into police custody this week following an investigation that tied him to a nearly fatal overdose in Norwalk last month. Officers from the Norwalk Police Department were dispatched to ...

  4. Mother Leaves 3-Year-Old In Hot Car, Shelton Police Say

    Mother Leaves 3-Year-Old In Hot Car, Shelton Police Say

    A toddler was left in a hot car outside a school in Shelton with the windows closed, leading to her mother’s arrest, police said.The Shelton Police Department was notified of a toddler left in an unoccupied toddler in a car with the windows closed at approximately 4 p.m. on Wednesday, June 5 at the Mohegan School.Upon arrival at the school, officers found a Honda Civic with the windows ...

  5. Driver Trapped After Truck Crashes Into Telephone Pole In Trumbull

    Driver Trapped After Truck Crashes Into Telephone Pole In Trumbull

    A driver found himself in a sticky situation after wrapping his truck around a telephone pole in Trumbull and getting trapped in the vehicle.First responders from the Long Hill and Trumbull Center Fire Departments and Trumbull paramedics were dispatched to a stretch of Tashua Road near the intersection of Kent Lane at approximately 1:30 a.m. on Tuesday, June 4, where there was a report ...

  6. Five Fatal Fentanyl Overdoses In One Day Leads To Unrest For CT Police, Officials

    Five Fatal Fentanyl Overdoses In One Day Leads To Unrest For CT Police, Officials

    Elected and police officials in Connecticut are expressing concerns after there was a spike in overdose deaths - including five in 15 hours - involving fentanyl and other drugs.Officers from the Hartford Police Department reported that between approximately 7 p.m. on Monday, June 3 through 10 a.m. on Tuesday, June 4, officers were dispatched to five fatal fentanyl overdoses in specific ...

  7. Bookkeeper Admits Assisting Fairfield County Restaurant Owner Evade Taxes

    Bookkeeper Admits Assisting Fairfield County Restaurant Owner Evade Taxes

    A former bookkeeper working for a prominent pizzeria owner in Fairfield and Westchester counties is facing time behind bars after admitting to helping her boss evade paying federal taxes.Queens Village resident Idalecia Lopes Santos, 59, has pleaded guilty in Bridgeport district court to one count of tax evasion for her role in helping Bruno DiFabio, the owner of several restaurants, ...

  8. Younger Brother Stabs, Seriously Injures Fire Lieutenant In CT, Police Say

    Younger Brother Stabs, Seriously Injures Fire Lieutenant In CT, Police Say

    A fire department lieutenant in Connecticut was hospitalized after allegedly being stabbed by his young brother, police said.Hartford Fire Department Lt. Roman Carter, 31, was stabbed multiple times at approximately 10 p.m. on Sunday, May, 2, outside an apartment complex on Park Street, police said. The off-duty firefighter was found by officers on the street who had to perform ...

  9. This Interactive Map Shows Where Rats Are In NYC With 38 Percent Population Increase In 5 Years

    This Interactive Map Shows Where Rats Are In NYC With 38 Percent Population Increase In 5 Years

    New York City residents have been forced to welcome some unwanted visitors in the neighborhood as the rat population continues to soar.Since 2014, rat sightings are up 38 percent, according to watchdog site OpenTheBooks.com. There were 12,617 sightings reported in 2014, a number which has jumped to 17,353 just four years later.In response to the growing population, Open the Books, a ...

  10. Five Fatal Fentanyl Overdoses Reported In 15-Hour Span In Hartford, Police Say

    Five Fatal Fentanyl Overdoses Reported In 15-Hour Span In Hartford, Police Say

    The opioid crisis came to a head in Hartford this week, as police responded to multiple fatal overdoses in just a 15-hour stretch, police said.Officers from the Hartford Police Department reported that between approximately 8 p.m. on Monday, June 3 through noon on Tuesday, June 4, officers were dispatched to five fatal fentanyl overdoses throughout the city.According to police, the ...

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