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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. Westchester Woman Accused Of Hiding Mother's Death, Stealing $60K Pension

    Westchester Woman Accused Of Hiding Mother's Death, Stealing $60K Pension

    A Westchester woman has been busted for allegedly concealing her mother’s death in an effort to collect tens of thousands of dollars from her pension.Mount Vernon resident Rochelle Rose, 40, was arrested this week for allegedly collecting $60,285 in pension payments from her dead mother. That stolen money was then used for personal expenses such as cellphone bills, a car loan, insurance ...

  2. Alert Issued For Fox Sightings In Eastchester

    Alert Issued For Fox Sightings In Eastchester

    There has been a series of fox sightings in the area, leading to concerns for certain residents who spotted the animals.The Eastchester Police Department issued an alert this week following several reported sightings in the north end of town. Citing their close proximity to several wooded areas, police said that “our town is subject to occasional sightings of wildlife that may seem ...

  3. Employee In Westchester Sentenced In $231K Car Part Scam

    Employee In Westchester Sentenced In $231K Car Part Scam

    A former employee of a Westchester auto dealership is going to spend a year behind bars after concocting an elaborate scheme to defraud his employer by stealing auto parts and selling them off for a profit online.Poughquag resident John Labarbera, 50, has been sentenced to a year in Westchester County Jail and must pay back more than $225,000 after pleading guilty to a grand larceny ...

  4. Rally Organized In Westchester For Mother Facing Separation From Family

    Rally Organized In Westchester For Mother Facing Separation From Family

    There will be a rally in Westchester for a Guatemalan mother who took sanctuary in a New York City church and faces separation from her family.Debora Barrios-Vasquez, 32, fled Guatemala in 2005 and has lived in Mamaroneck for years with her two young children, who are both United States citizens. She is now facing deportation by Immigration and Customs Enforcement after taking sanctuary ...

  5. Westchester Woman Who Faked Cancer Diagnosis In $50K Fraud To Be Sentenced

    Westchester Woman Who Faked Cancer Diagnosis In $50K Fraud To Be Sentenced

    The woman who admitted to defrauding donors out of more than $50,000 by misrepresenting the fact that she had terminal cancer is scheduled to be sentenced this week.Vedoutie Hoorbraj of Ardsley - also known as Shivonie Deokaran - is scheduled to be sentenced on Friday. She faces up to 20 years behind bars, though a lighter sentence is expected.Hoorbraj after pleading guilty to one count ...

  6. Alert Issued For Fake Attorney Scam

    Alert Issued For Fake Attorney Scam

    Local law enforcement agencies are cautioning area residents to be on alert following several scams involving elderly individuals being taken advantage of by fraudsters posing as attorneys.Opportunistic scammers have been preying on the elderly around the country, posing as attorneys and demanding thousands of dollars in cash in bail or bond money for an alleged grandchild who they ...

  7. Recall Issued For Raw Chicken Products

    Recall Issued For Raw Chicken Products

    Did you buy them? An undisclosed amount of raw poultry products from Afandina Halal in Long Island City is being recalled by the United States Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service after it was distributed to retailers without being inspected by federal officials.The problem was discovered when FSIS personnel was performing inspection activities, officials said. ...

  8. Three-Peat: Iona College Athlete Makes History

    Three-Peat: Iona College Athlete Makes History

    Iona College track star Chartt Miller has run right into the history books.Miller became the first-ever three-time Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference Student-Athlete of the Year in league history, earning the honor for the third consecutive year as he led the Gaels to their 27th straight MAAC cross country championship, finishing fourth overall individually. He also starred for the ...

  9. Restraining Order On Memorial Field Cleanup Stays In Place

    Restraining Order On Memorial Field Cleanup Stays In Place

    A restraining order remains in place following stalled work at Memorial Field, as Mayor Richard Thomas and other elected officials continue to butt heads, this time before a Supreme Court Judge.On Tuesday, lawyers representing both sides of the debate met with New York State Supreme Court Judge Gerald Loehr to discuss the debacle that has become Memorial Field, which remains a destitute ...

  10. Twitter Says It Will Delete Millions Of Accounts

    Twitter Says It Will Delete Millions Of Accounts

    Twitter users may soon see a lot fewer followers, as the company prepares to purge the system from locked accounts that have been disabled due to suspicious activity.Officials said that locked accounts occur when they see sudden changes in behavior. They then reach out to the owners of the accounts and unless they validate the account and reset their passwords, they stay locked with no ...

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