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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. Voicemails To School Superintendent Lead To Harassment Charge

    Voicemails To School Superintendent Lead To Harassment Charge

    A Northern Westchester man who admitted to leaving more than two dozen harassing voicemails to Lakeland Schools Superintendent George Stone is back in trouble with police in Yorktown for leaving more unwanted messages.On Oct. 2, officers from the Yorktown Police Department were dispatched to Thomas Jefferson Elementary School, where there was a report of harassment, prompting an ...

  2. Tesla Driver Busted For Aggravated DWI, Driving Too Slow, In Westchester

    Tesla Driver Busted For Aggravated DWI, Driving Too Slow, In Westchester

    A Westchester resident was busted by police with a blood alcohol content nearly triple the legal limit after he was spotted driving a Tesla excessively slow with a flat tire.Officers on patrol shortly before 4:15 a.m. on Sunday, Nov. 11 on Post Road in Scarsdale spotted Xuanmin Chen, 40, driving south on the roadway “at a very low rate of speed” with a flat right front tire. He ...

  3. Sentencing Delayed For Fatal Road Rage Incident In Westchester

    Sentencing Delayed For Fatal Road Rage Incident In Westchester

    The sentencing of a 22-year-old man who pleaded guilty earlier this year to fatally stabbing another motorist during a road rage incident on the Taconic State Parkway in Northern Westchester has been delayed.Lagrangeville resident Christian Walcyzk pleaded guilty to manslaughter for the stabbing death in May last year of Daniel Siino, a 28-year-old father who lived in Hartsdale on Sept. ...

  4. Deadly Combination: Teen Driver Plus Teen Passenger Increase Crash Chance 51 Percent, AAA Says

    Deadly Combination: Teen Driver Plus Teen Passenger Increase Crash Chance 51 Percent, AAA Says

    Teenage passengers may be the biggest threat to teenage drivers, according to a recently released report from AAA.Research from the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety found that when a teen driver has only teen passengers in their vehicle, the fatality rate for all people involved in a crash increased 51 percent. In comparison, when passengers over the age of 35 ride with a teen driver, ...

  5. Ex-Employee From Westchester Refuses To Leave Club Grounds, Police Say

    Ex-Employee From Westchester Refuses To Leave Club Grounds, Police Say

    Despite being told not to step foot at his former employer's grounds, the Greenwich Country Club, a Northern Westchester man toed the line, disobeyed, and is now facing a trespassing charge, according to police.Members from the Greenwich Police Department were dispatched to the club on Doubling Road shortly after 5:15 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 14, where there was a report of a former ...

  6. Facebook Opens Pop-Ups In Macy's Stores

    Facebook Opens Pop-Ups In Macy's Stores

    While traditional brick-and-mortar retail locations continue to survive on life support, social media giant Facebook is going in the opposite direction, opening a series of pop-up stores at Macy’s throughout the country.Facebook is opening small business pop-up locations at nine Macy’s stores, marking the social media giant’s first foray into traditional retail sales. The stores will ...

  7. Suspicious Man In Hoodie Busted With Stolen Laptop In Westchester, Police Say

    Suspicious Man In Hoodie Busted With Stolen Laptop In Westchester, Police Say

    A suspicious suspect is back behind bars after being busted by police with a stolen laptop and other stolen items during an early morning stop by an officer.While conducting larceny patrol on the Hutchinson River Parkway Corridor at approximately 2 a.m. on Nov. 7, an officer from the Scarsdale Police Department spotted a suspicious man walking in a hoodie on Weaver Street with a ...

  8. Man Causes $1.5K In Damage To Vehicle In Road Rage Incident, State Police Say

    Man Causes $1.5K In Damage To Vehicle In Road Rage Incident, State Police Say

    A 55-year-old man allegedly caused more than $1,500 in damage to a car during a road rage incident, state police said.New York State Police troopers in Dutchess County from the Rhinebeck barracks were dispatched to Church Street in Pine Plains on Oct. 24, where there was a report of criminal mischief incident. Troopers said that the victim told investigators that an unknown person ...

  9. MTA Plans New Rate Hike, Citing 'Very Difficult Economic Times'

    MTA Plans New Rate Hike, Citing 'Very Difficult Economic Times'

    Travelers can expect a hike in prices as the Metropolitan Transportation Authority proposes a rise in fares and tolls for the coming year to cover rising expenses.Citing projected declines in revenues and increases in cost for providing services, the MTA announced that it will require “fare and toll adjustment and new sustainable revenue sources in order to avert significant service ...

  10. Suspicious Packages Give Scare To Westchester Court Jury Member

    Suspicious Packages Give Scare To Westchester Court Jury Member

    A Westchester homeowner received a scare after serving on a jury, convicting a suspect and receiving a suspicious package with his name on it.In the wake of the pipe bombs sent to political figures throughout the country, a Scarsdale resident reported a sketchy package that was shipped to her home while she was on vacation.Members of the Scarsdale Police Department were contacted by a ...

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