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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Employee Caught Stealing Cash From Mansfield Restaurant While Daughter Waits In Car, Police Say Employee Caught Stealing Cash From Mansfield Restaurant While Daughter Waits In Car, Police Say
Employee Caught Stealing Cash From Mansfield Restaurant While Daughter Waits In Car, Police Say An employee was caught red-handed stealing cash from a Connecticut restaurant as her daughter waited in the car, police said. The Tolland County incident happened in the town of Mansfield, at a restaurant on Storrs Road, at around 9:30 p.m. Tuesday, July 23. Connecticut State Police said 28-year-old Jennifer Spencer entered the business after hours, without the owner’s permission, and stole cash from the register. She was caught after the restaurant’s owner, already suspecting that someone was stealing from them, noticed that Spencer had gone into the business after hours on two nights in…
'Delight From Start To Finish': New Brookhaven Restaurant Lauded As 'Different, Delicious' 'Delight From Start To Finish': New Brookhaven Restaurant Lauded As 'Different, Delicious'
'Delight From Start To Finish': New Brookhaven Restaurant Lauded As 'Different, Delicious' A new restaurant on Long Island promising “an unforgettable culinary journey” is already delighting diners days into business. Inca’s Peruvian Cuisine – located in the Brookhaven hamlet of Sound Beach at 157 Whitestone Road – held its soft opening in early July 2024. As the name implies, the eatery’s menu boasts a number of Peruvian-inspired dishes, like the bistec a lo pobre: grilled skirt steak marinated with chimichurri sauce, served with a fried egg, plantain, and fries. Facebook/Inca’s Peruvian Cuisine Diners can also opt for the beef or steak lomo saltado, a traditional Peruvian st…
Shoplifter's Accomplice Threatens Bystanders With Knife Outside Putnam Walmart, Police Say Shoplifter's Accomplice Threatens Bystanders With Knife Outside Putnam Walmart, Police Say
Shoplifter's Accomplice Threatens Bystanders With Knife Outside Putnam Walmart, Police Say A woman is accused of chasing and threatening bystanders with a knife during an attempted shoplifting at a Connecticut Walmart store. In Windham County, Contessa Vayo, age 34, of Brooklyn, was arrested on suspicion of threatening and related charges outside the Putnam Walmart on School Street on Friday afternoon, July 29. Connecticut State Police said it was around 2:30 p.m. when a man pushed a cart full of merchandise out of the store without paying, prompting a male bystander to begin chasing him through the parking lot. Witnesses told troopers that the man started loading the stolen it…
Cha-Ching! $1M Lottery Prize Claimed By Valley Stream Man Cha-Ching! $1M Lottery Prize Claimed By Valley Stream Man
Cha-Ching! $1M Lottery Prize Claimed By Valley Stream Man This Long Island man has one million more reasons to be smiling. Salim Kahn, of Valley Stream, cashed in a second prize-winning Mega Millions ticket worth $1 million by matching the first five numbers, New York Lottery announced. He purchased the lucky ticket in Locust Valley, at the Citgo located at 320 Forest Avenue, for the drawing held on Tuesday, March 26. Kahn received a lump sum payout totaling $651,000 after paying taxes. The Mega Millions game generated more than $492 million in sales during fiscal year 2022-2023, according to lottery officials.  Of that, school districts …
'Deeply Grateful': Support Swells For Family Of Area Principal Killed In Crash 'Deeply Grateful': Support Swells For Family Of Area Principal Killed In Crash
'Deeply Grateful': Support Swells For Family Of Area Principal Killed In Crash The community is rallying around the family of a beloved elementary school principal in the region who was killed in a car crash. Saratoga County resident Nicholas Criscone, age 50, of Charlton, died Saturday, July 20, when his vehicle went off Stage Road in Charlton, struck a tree, and caught fire. He was pronounced dead at the scene, according to New York State Police. Earlier Report: Scotia Elementary Principal Nicholas Criscone Dies In Crash News of Criscone’s death sent shock and sadness through the halls of the Scotia-Glenville Central School District in Schenectady County, w…
‘Friend’ Who Stabbed Father Of 4 To Death, Attacked Victim's Wife In Huntington Sentenced ‘Friend’ Who Stabbed Father Of 4 To Death, Attacked Victim's Wife In Huntington Sentenced
‘Friend’ Who Stabbed Father Of 4 To Death, Attacked Victim's Wife In Huntington Sentenced A Long Island man will spend decades in prison for stabbing a father of four to death before turning the knife on the victim’s wife. Candelario Cordova, age 54, of Huntington Station, was sentenced to 30 years behind bars in Suffolk County Court on Wednesday, July 24, for the murder of Roque Cisneros. Emergency crews in Huntington Station were called on Feb. 16, 2023, with reports of an altercation outside a home near Oakwood Road. Officers found the 58-year-old Cisneros and his wife suffering from multiple stab wounds outside their home. Earlier Report: Manslaughter Plea In Slaying…
Know Him? Crocs-Wearing Burglar Snags Cash From Valley Stream Macy's Store Know Him? Crocs-Wearing Burglar Snags Cash From Valley Stream Macy's Store
Know Him? Crocs-Wearing Burglar Snags Cash From Valley Stream Macy's Store If you recognize this fashion-forward burglar, police want to hear from you. Nassau County Police were called to the Green Acres Mall in Valley Stream at around 8 a.m. Sunday, July 21, for a burglary at the Macy’s store. Surveillance video captured a man entering the store through an unlocked door before the business opened. He then pried open and damaged four cash registers before stealing an undisclosed amount of money and fleeing on foot. Police described the suspect as 5-foot-8, between 25 and 30 years old, with dreadlocks. He was wearing a black sweatshirt, black shorts, and, notably,…
New Update: 17-Year-Old Girl From Region Missing 4 Days Found Safe New Update: 17-Year-Old Girl From Region Missing 4 Days Found Safe
New Update: 17-Year-Old Girl From Region Missing 4 Days Found Safe Update: A 17-year-old girl from the region who had been missing for several days has been located. Albany County resident Mariaha Surgick, of Watervliet, had last been seen in East Greenbush in Rensselaer County on Saturday, July 20. On Wednesday evening, July 24, Watervliet Police announced that Surgick was found. No other details were given. Original story: Police are seeking tips in the search for a 17-year-old girl from the region who has been missing for several days. Albany County resident Mariaha Surgick, of Watervliet, was last in East Greenbush in Rensselaer County on Satu…
Man Wanted For Forcible Touching At Merrick Stop & Shop Man Wanted For Forcible Touching At Merrick Stop & Shop
Man Wanted For Forcible Touching At Merrick Stop & Shop Police are working to identify a man accused of sexually assaulting someone at a Long Island Stop & Shop. The incident happened shortly after 5 p.m. on Monday, July 8, in Merrick at the Stop & Shop located near Merrick Avenue and Smith Street. Nassau County Police said the man forcibly touched the victim “in an inappropriate sexual manner.” No other details were given. Crime Stoppers is offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to an arrest.  Anyone with information is asked to contact Nassau County Crime Stoppers at 1-800-244-TIPS.
'Trusted' Unlicensed Contractors Defrauded Nassau County Homeowners, Police Say 'Trusted' Unlicensed Contractors Defrauded Nassau County Homeowners, Police Say
'Trusted' Unlicensed Contractors Defrauded Nassau County Homeowners, Police Say They were hired to make repairs but ended up scamming Long Island homeowners instead, police allege. Nassau County Police arrested two men on suspicion of fraud and related charges Monday, July 22, for allegedly posing as construction contractors in order to con homeowners. Investigators said David Young, age 31, of Philadelphia, and Adam Turner, age 25, who is homeless, targeted elderly homeowners and offered to perform construction services through their unlicensed company, “Top Line Masonry.” The two then defrauded victims by falsely reporting damage that wasn’t there or by causing more…
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