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. 

Michael Mashburn's Contributions

'Adventurous Spirit': Pilot Killed In NY Plane Crash Remembered For 'Palpable Zest For Life' 'Adventurous Spirit': Pilot Killed In NY Plane Crash Remembered For 'Palpable Zest For Life'
'Adventurous Spirit': Pilot Killed In NY Plane Crash Remembered For 'Palpable Zest For Life' Natalie Gillis saw much of the world in her 34 years, most of it from the air. The pilot from Toronto, Canada died Monday morning, June 17, when her twin engine Piper plane crashed just moments after taking off from Albany International Airport. Gillis, the aircraft’s sole occupant, was pronounced dead at the scene, according to Colonie Police. The cause of the crash remains under investigation by the NTSB. Earlier Report: Pilot Killed In Small Plane Crash Near Albany Airport Her employer, KASI Aviation Services, confirmed her death in a Facebook tribute posted Thursday morning, Ju…
Couple Leaves Infant On Beach While Boating At Lake George, Police Say Couple Leaves Infant On Beach While Boating At Lake George, Police Say
Couple Leaves Infant On Beach While Boating At Lake George, Police Say Two parents are accused of leaving their infant child alone while they went boating on a popular beach in New York frequented by residents throughout the state and elsewhere. The incident happened Tuesday afternoon, June 18, on the western shore of Lake George, near Lake Shore Drive. New York State Police said someone called 911 after hearing the infant crying and finding the child unattended roughly five feet from the shoreline. The child was not injured. An investigation found that the child’s parents left them alone for approximately 15 minutes while they went boating. Troopers arrest…
Rookie 21-Year-Old Cop In Capital Region Illegally Accessed Computer Records, Police Say Rookie 21-Year-Old Cop In Capital Region Illegally Accessed Computer Records, Police Say
Rookie 21-Year-Old Cop In Capital Region Illegally Accessed Computer Records, Police Say A rookie cop in the region is facing misconduct charges after he allegedly abused his authority by illegally accessing computer records. Fulton County resident Chance Petteys, age 21, of Johnstown, was arrested Monday, June 17, on suspicion of official misconduct and related charges following an investigation by New York State Police. According to troopers, Petteys used his position at the Gloversville Police Department to improperly access computer records “without any legitimate law enforcement purposes.” The records included sensitive personal information and accounts of prior police int…
Ex-Bay Shore Teacher Accused Of Sexually Abusing Students Photographed Third Victim, DA Says Ex-Bay Shore Teacher Accused Of Sexually Abusing Students Photographed Third Victim, DA Says
Ex-Bay Shore Teacher Accused Of Sexually Abusing Students Photographed Third Victim, DA Says A retired elementary school teacher on Long Island charged with sexually abusing two of his students is now accused of harming a third student. Thomas Bernagozzi, age 75, of Babylon, was arrested on sex crimes charges in December 2023 after an investigation by Suffolk County Police found that he sexually abused two male students between the 1980s and early 2000s while teaching third grade in the Bay Shore School District. At the time of the alleged abuse, the boys were third-grade students at Gardiner Manor Elementary School and Mary G. Clarkson Elementary School.  Bernagozzi taught a…
Stuck In Space: Astronaut From New England Faces Uncertain Return Date Amid Starliner Troubles Stuck In Space: Astronaut From New England Faces Uncertain Return Date Amid Starliner Troubles
Stuck In Space: Astronaut From New England Faces Uncertain Return Date Amid Starliner Troubles A Massachusetts native is among two American astronauts facing an uncertain return date to Earth amid ongoing problems with the Boeing-built Starliner spacecraft. Pilot and Needham native Suni Williams, along with commander Butch Wilmore, remains stuck on the International Space Station nearly a week after their expected departure date while NASA crews work to understand several issues that have arisen since the pair launched into orbit on Wednesday, June 5. Among the problems sparking concern are malfunctions of the vehicle’s thrusters and numerous helium leaks that sprang up during their…
What's Your Sign? Zodiac License Plates Unveiled By New York DMV What's Your Sign? Zodiac License Plates Unveiled By New York DMV
What's Your Sign? Zodiac License Plates Unveiled By New York DMV Curious about someone’s zodiac sign? Just check their license plate. The New York State Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) on Wednesday, June 5, introduced its latest series of custom license plates: the 12 zodiac signs. Astrology enthusiasts can select their corresponding zodiac symbol, like a scorpion for Scorpio, a bull for Taurus, or a lion for Leo. Plates can be purchased on the DMV’s website, over the phone, by mail, or through a local DMV office.  Drivers can expect to pay $60 for an assigned plate number or $91.25 if they opt for a personalized one. New Yorkers can already …
Owner Busted Selling Marijuana At New Fairfield Business, Police Say Owner Busted Selling Marijuana At New Fairfield Business, Police Say
Owner Busted Selling Marijuana At New Fairfield Business, Police Say A Connecticut business owner is accused of illegally selling drugs out of his establishment. In Fairfield County, agents conducted a routine inspection at L&A Smoke Shop, located on Route 39 in New Fairfield, on Tuesday morning, June 18. According to Connecticut State Police, they uncovered "significant" evidence of illegal distribution of THC edibles, flowers, and vape cartridges. Agents seized the items. The shop’s owner, 68-year-old Mohamed Albrashi, of the Bronx, was arrested on suspicion of sale of a narcotic substance and was later released on a $5,000 bond. He is scheduled to …
Waterbury Duo Carjacks NYPD Sergeant While Armed With Machine Gun, Feds Say Waterbury Duo Carjacks NYPD Sergeant While Armed With Machine Gun, Feds Say
Waterbury Duo Carjacks Nypd Sergeant While Armed With Machine Gun, Feds Say Two Connecticut men are facing federal charges after allegedly carjacking an off-duty NYPD sergeant at gunpoint. New Haven County residents Jomar Crespo, age 21, and Jose Rivera, age 20, both of Waterbury, were arrested by federal agents on Tuesday, June 18, on suspicion of carjacking and related charges. According to the US Attorney’s Office for the Southern District, Crespo and Rivera donned black clothing and facemasks before approaching the victim’s car from behind in Harlem on Friday evening, June 14. Both men allegedly brandished firearms, including a loaded .40-caliber pistol equipp…
23-Year-Old Assaults, Holds Victim Against Will In Hours-Long New Scotland Dispute, Cops Say 23-Year-Old Assaults, Holds Victim Against Will In Hours-Long New Scotland Dispute, Cops Say
23-Year-Old Assaults, Holds Victim Against Will In Hours-Long New Scotland Dispute, Cops Say A 23-year-old man from the region is facing over a half dozen charges after allegedly holding a victim against their will and assaulting them in a dispute that lasted hours. Jacob Muniz, of Albany, was arraigned on assault and related charges in Albany County Court on Monday, June 17. An investigation by New York State Police found that Muniz physically assaulted and injured the victim while holding them against their will at a New Scotland resident, police said. The altercation began on the evening of Tuesday, June 11, and lasted until the following morning, according to investigators. Tr…
2 Victims Partially Blinded In MS-13 Member’s ‘Brutal’ Attack Outside Huntington Business: DA 2 Victims Partially Blinded In MS-13 Member’s ‘Brutal’ Attack Outside Huntington Business: DA
2 Victims Partially Blinded In MS-13 Member’s ‘Brutal’ Attack Outside Huntington Business: DA An alleged MS-13 gang member was formally charged in a vicious stabbing attack outside a Long Island business that permanently disfigured two victims. Gensel Soler Avila, age 21, of Huntington Station, was arraigned on assault and related charges in Suffolk County Court on Tuesday, June 18. According to prosecutors, Soler Avila got into a physical fight with another man at a Huntington Station bar at around 11:45 p.m. on Dec. 4, 2023. When the other man attempted to run away, he reportedly chased him into the middle of the intersection of Pulaski Road and New York Avenue and knocked him to…
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