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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New Update: More Body Parts Found At Babylon Park After Child's Gruesome Discovery New Update: More Body Parts Found At Babylon Park After Child's Gruesome Discovery
New Update: More Body Parts Found At Babylon Park After Child's Gruesome Discovery This story has been updated. A homicide investigation is underway after multiple human body parts were discovered at a Long Island park. Suffolk County Police said a girl was walking to school in Babylon at around 8:40 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 29 when she found a human left arm near Southards Pond Park. The remains were located in a wooded area on the west side of Siegal Boulevard, between Park and Madison avenues. Police said the girl immediately called her father who then called 911. Southards Pond Park was closed while officers investigated using cadaver dogs to search for additional rema…
Hate Color? This $38M Monochromatic Mansion In East Hampton May Be Your Sweet Escape Hate Color? This $38M Monochromatic Mansion In East Hampton May Be Your Sweet Escape
Hate Color? This $38M Monochromatic Mansion In East Hampton May Be Your Sweet Escape Call it the White House of Long Island, literally. Color-averse house hunters should feel right at home in this monochromatic mansion in East Hampton boasting 5,500-square-feet of living space situated on 2.7 acres. Asking price? $38 million. The exterior of 64 West End Ave in East Hampton. Douglas Elliman Real Estate The four-bedroom, five-bathroom estate, located at 64 West End Avenue, offers complete privacy with “breathtaking” views of the Atlantic Ocean and Georgica Pond. Surrounded by preserved land, new buyers will also enjoy over 950 feet of pond frontage. “Enjoy abunda…
Man Wielding Knives Threatens Patrons At Albany Bar, Police Say Man Wielding Knives Threatens Patrons At Albany Bar, Police Say
Man Wielding Knives Threatens Patrons At Albany Bar, Police Say A 56-year-old man is accused of threatening patrons inside a bar in the region while brandishing multiple knives. The Albany County incident happened just before 2 a.m. Monday, Feb. 26 at Albany’s Oh Bar, a predominantly gay bar located on Lark Street. Albany Police said officers responded to the business after someone called 911 reporting a man with a weapon. An investigation found that Walter Mastan, of Albany, went behind the bar without permission and grabbed several knives. He then threatened multiple patrons, police said. No customers or employees were injured in the ordeal. Mastan…
'Deplorable': Pimp Forced Suffolk Co. Woman Into Sex Work, Beat Her When She Refused, DA Says 'Deplorable': Pimp Forced Suffolk Co. Woman Into Sex Work, Beat Her When She Refused, DA Says
'Deplorable': Pimp Forced Suffolk Co. Woman Into Sex Work, Beat Her When She Refused, DA Says Formal charges have been filed against a man accused of forcing a Long Island woman into prostitution and allegedly beating her when she refused. Michael Howell, age 64, of Brooklyn, was indicted on sex trafficking and related charges in Suffolk County Court on Thursday, Feb. 29. Prosecutors allege that between September 2022 and February 2024, Howell forced the Suffolk County woman to engage in sexual acts with others for money. He rented hotel rooms and posted ads of the victim on websites typically used to advertise sex work, investigators said. In order to get the woman to comply, How…
Inmate Assaults Corrections Officer At Saratoga County Jail, Police Say Inmate Assaults Corrections Officer At Saratoga County Jail, Police Say
Inmate Assaults Corrections Officer At Saratoga County Jail, Police Say An inmate at a local jail is facing more charges after allegedly assaulting a corrections officer. The incident happened Saturday, Feb. 24, at the Saratoga County jail in Ballston Spa. Sheriff’s officials said Jose Guity, age 25, of Queens, kicked the officer in the ribs, injuring them. The officer was treated at an urgent care facility in Malta and was released. On Tuesday, Feb. 27, Guity was arraigned in Saratoga Springs City Court on one count of second-degree assault, a felony. He was returned to the county jail without bail.
Best Burger In Massachusetts Found At This Norwood Restaurant, Survey Says Best Burger In Massachusetts Found At This Norwood Restaurant, Survey Says
Best Burger In Massachusetts Found At This Norwood Restaurant, Survey Says The votes are in, and these are the best hamburgers in Massachusetts, according to burgerphiles. Over 5,000 voters took part in a survey conducted by Taste of Massachusetts asking where to find the best beef patties in the Bay State. More than 1,000 people tossed their favorite restaurants into the running and, after four rounds of “some very close voting,” the website had its ranking of the 16 best burgers in Massachusetts. Taking the crown with the number one spot was Norfolk County’s Lewis’ Bar and Grill, located in Norwood at 92 Central Street. A neighborhood staple since 1939, the s…
Duo Set Fire To PSEG Substations So They Could Burglarize Suffolk County Businesses, DA Says Duo Set Fire To PSEG Substations So They Could Burglarize Suffolk County Businesses, DA Says
Duo Set Fire To Pseg Substations So They Could Burglarize Suffolk County Businesses, DA Says Two men accused in nearly a dozen commercial burglaries on Long Island tried distracting police by setting fires at electrical substations, prosecutors allege. Frank Costa, age 54, of Port Jefferson Station, and Jon Pucci, age 29, of Middle Island, were arraigned on arson and related charges in Suffolk County Court on Tuesday, Feb. 27 According to prosecutors, the men broke into nine Suffolk County businesses – including six convenience stores, a laundry mat, and a deli – between December 2023 and February 2024. Earlier Report: Duo Nabbed For String Of Long Island Business Burglarie…
Repeat Violent Felon Who Opened Fire On Riverhead Crowd Gets Decades In Prison Repeat Violent Felon Who Opened Fire On Riverhead Crowd Gets Decades In Prison
Repeat Violent Felon Who Opened Fire On Riverhead Crowd Gets Decades In Prison A repeat violent felon will spend decades more behind bars for opening fire on a crowd outside a Long Island apartment complex. Messiah Booker, age 38, of Riverhead, was sentenced to 25 years to life in prison in Suffolk County Court on Wednesday, Feb. 28. It came after a jury found him guilty on more than a half dozen counts in connection with a broad daylight shooting at Riverhead’s Riverpointe Apartments in May 2022. Earlier Report: Man Accused Of Firing Shot Near Riverhead Apartment Complex, Police Say According to prosecutors, Booker got into an argument with a teenager in the…
Of All Places: $34K Winning Lottery Ticket Sold At Oyster Bay Party Supply Store Of All Places: $34K Winning Lottery Ticket Sold At Oyster Bay Party Supply Store
Of All Places: $34K Winning Lottery Ticket Sold At Oyster Bay Party Supply Store This winner shouldn’t have any trouble finding balloons to celebrate. A lucky lottery player snagged a winning TAKE 5 ticket worth tens of thousands of dollars at, of all places, a party supply store on Long Island. The top-prize-winning ticket – worth $34,127 – was sold in Oyster Bay at the Marty’s Party store located on Pine Hollow Road. It was purchased for the evening drawing held Tuesday, Feb. 27, New York Lottery announced. TAKE 5 numbers are drawn from a field of one through 39. The drawings are televised twice daily at 2:30 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. Winners have one year from the drawi…
Ex-Corrections Officer Who Brought 'Ghost Gun' Into Saratoga Springs Business Gets Prison Time Ex-Corrections Officer Who Brought 'Ghost Gun' Into Saratoga Springs Business Gets Prison Time
Ex-Corrections Officer Who Brought 'Ghost Gun' Into Saratoga Springs Business Gets Prison Time A former corrections officer will spend years in prison for attempting to bring an untraceable gun into a business in the region. Timothy Feldman, age 23, was sentenced to between two and six years behind bars in Saratoga County Court on Wednesday, Feb. 28. According to prosecutors, a bouncer at a Saratoga Springs bar caught Feldman, a former Schoharie County Corrections Officer, with the weapon as he entered the crowded Caroline Street business early on July 23, 2023. Earlier Report: Ex-Corrections Officer Brings 'Ghost Gun' Into Saratoga Springs Business The bouncer contacted pol…
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