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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. Sex Offender Convicted Of Sodomizing Woman Reports Move In Hartsdale

    Sex Offender Convicted Of Sodomizing Woman Reports Move In Hartsdale

    A registered sex offender convicted of forcibly raping and sodomizing a 20-year-old woman in 1986 has reported an address change in Westchester County.The New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services issued an alert on Friday to Westchester residents regarding the residency of 58-year-old David Freitag, who has moved from out of state to a Secor Glen Road home in Hartsdale.The ...

  2. Ousted Deputy Police Commissioner's Company In Westchester Files For Bankruptcy

    Ousted Deputy Police Commissioner's Company In Westchester Files For Bankruptcy

    The hits keep coming for former Mount Vernon Deputy Police Commissioner Joseph Spiezio, whose business is reportedly filing for bankruptcy two weeks after he lost his position for driving a city vehicle with a suspended license.Spiezio, who is in the process of selling Waste Services Inc. to a Connecticut company has filed for bankruptcy, according to a lohud report. Spiezio reportedly ...

  3. Joe Scarborough Blames Trump For Domestic Terror Plot Targeting Media, Pols

    Joe Scarborough Blames Trump For Domestic Terror Plot Targeting Media, Pols

    MSNBC host and New Canaan resident Joe Scarborough took President Donald Trump to task during his "Morning Joe" show, blaming the commander-in-chief for the domestic terror threat that targeted media members and high-ranking Democrats.Scarborough, a former Republican Congressman from Florida, said that the president’s words and rhetoric have encouraged some supporters to commit ...

  4. Lowe’s Looks To Hire 100 Employees For New Store In Westchester

    Lowe’s Looks To Hire 100 Employees For New Store In Westchester

    The new Lowe’s Home Improvement store set to open this spring in Yorktown is looking for quality employees to help fill its ranks.Lowe’s started a two-day hiring event in Yorktown on Thursday, Feb. 21 in which it interviewed and met prospective employees. They are looking everything from cashiers and stockers to customer service specialists and supervisors.Prospective employees ...

  5. Owl Crashes Through Window Of Kitchen In Westchester

    Owl Crashes Through Window Of Kitchen In Westchester

    A Westchester homeowner was not having a hoot this week when an owl came crashing through her kitchen window, sending glass flying.Police said that officers responded to a Pines Bridge Road home in Bedford, when they received a call that a barred owl had made a crash landing in a kitchen sink.The responding officers were able to safely remove the owl from the glass-filled sink and ...

  6. Cuomo To Blame For Westchester Gas Crisis, NY Post Editorial Says

    Cuomo To Blame For Westchester Gas Crisis, NY Post Editorial Says

    There has been plenty of finger pointing and proclamations made since Con Edison announced its planned gas moratorium in Westchester. Now one of New York’s biggest newspapers is turning its gaze toward Gov. Andrew Cuomo.The New York Post Editorial Board released an opinion piece over the weekend, stating that the proposed moratorium - which takes effect on March 15 - is the fault of the ...

  7. Storm Knocks Out Power To Hundreds In Westchester

    Storm Knocks Out Power To Hundreds In Westchester

    More than 200 Westchester residents lost power on Wednesday afternoon as snow began turning to sleet and freezing rain in the area.Con Edison has reported three outages in Westchester, impacting 205 of the utility company’s 348,198 customers. No NYSEG customers in the county were without power.The bulk of the late outages were in Peekskill, where 195 customers were temporarily without ...

  8. Attempted Home Burglary Caught On Camera In Scarsdale

    Attempted Home Burglary Caught On Camera In Scarsdale

    A suspicious man was caught on camera attempting to break into a Westchester home over the weekend, police said.Officers from the Scarsdale Police Department received a report of an attempted burglary that took place shortly after 5 a.m. on Sunday, Feb. 17.When investigators arrived at the Graham Road home following the complaint, they were met by a resident who stated that she reviewed ...

  9. Burglar Caught Climbing Out Of Westchester Window, Police Say

    Burglar Caught Climbing Out Of Westchester Window, Police Say

    A man was caught climbing out of a second-story window after allegedly breaking in and attempting to steal commemorative coins from the home, police said.Officers from the Westchester County Police Department responded to a residence on Main Street in Mount Kisco at approximately 11 a.m. on Sunday, Feb. 10, when the homeowner returned home and found that someone was unexpectedly ...

  10. $5,000 Reward Offered For Dog Stolen In Scarsdale

    $5,000 Reward Offered For Dog Stolen In Scarsdale

    A Northern Westchester dog owner is offering a $5,000 reward after his “beloved” pooch was stolen out of his car on Valentine’s Day.Fliers have been distributed in the area by a Bedford man whose dog was stolen from his car while it was parked in a Scarsdale shopping center. He first offered a $2,500 reward, which has since been doubled.“Oliver, my beloved dog was stolen out of my car ...

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