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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. Fire Risk Leads To Recall Of More Than 200K Nissan Cars, SUVs

    Fire Risk Leads To Recall Of More Than 200K Nissan Cars, SUVs

    Nissan is recalling more than 200,00 vehicles that could get a little too hot to handle.Nissan announced the recall of 215,000 vehicles that may have anti-lock brake problems that may prompt actuator pumps to leak brake fluid onto internal circuit boards, causing fires. The recall is similar to one in 2016.The recall comes after Nissan received a complaint in January about an ...

  2. Know Him? Police Seek To ID Suspect In Criminal Investigation

    Know Him? Police Seek To ID Suspect In Criminal Investigation

    Do you know him?Police are seeking the public’s assistance as they attempt to identify a man who is wanted as part of an ongoing criminal investigation.The Brookfield Police Department released surveillance photos of a suspect who is wanted on several charges as part of an ongoing investigation. In the photos, he can be seen wearing a gray hat, long-sleeved dark black and gray shirt, ...

  3. Norwalk Man Charged With DWI In Northern Westchester Stop

    Norwalk Man Charged With DWI In Northern Westchester Stop

    More than two dozen motorists were busted by New York State Police troopers recently as law enforcement agencies in the Hudson Valley continue a nationwide crackdown on drunk, drugged and distracted driving.Among the local motorists charged include: Westchester CountyOn Saturday, Sept. 15, State Police from Cortlandt arrested Luis V. Barreto Angamarca, 26, of Peekskill, for DWI. He was ...

  4. Woman, 27, With Three Active Warrants Threatens To Blow Up Schick Factory,  Police Say

    Woman, 27, With Three Active Warrants Threatens To Blow Up Schick Factory, Police Say

    A 27-year-old woman with multiple active warrants for her arrest is being held on $105,000 after allegedly threatening to blow up the Schick razor factor on Wednesday night, police said.Police officers were dispatched to the factory on Leighton Road in Milford at approximately 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 19, where there was The investigation into the incident determined that Hartford ...

  5. Business Owner Sentenced In Bridgeport Court For Scheme To Export Goods To Pakistan

    Business Owner Sentenced In Bridgeport Court For Scheme To Export Goods To Pakistan

    A man has been sentenced for his role in a four-year scheme with his family to purchase goods controlled under the Export Administration Regulations and exporting them to Pakistan for military uses.Imran Khan, 44, of New Haven, was sentenced to three years of probation -  the first six of which must be served in home confinement - in Bridgeport Federal Court this week for violating ...

  6. Convicted Felon Admits To Using Forged CT ID At Four Banks In One Day

    Convicted Felon Admits To Using Forged CT ID At Four Banks In One Day

    A 55-year-old convicted felon who attempted to steal a Connecticut man’s identity at multiple Westchester County banks has admitted to his crimes.Jose Cabrera has pleaded guilty to one count of criminal possession of a forged instrument, a felony, after he went to banks in Mount Vernon, Yonkers, Ossining and Thornwood with a forged Connecticut driver’s license and attempted to take out ...

  7. Popular Restaurant & Motel, A Staple In The Area For Six Decades, Closes

    Popular Restaurant & Motel, A Staple In The Area For Six Decades, Closes

    Stratford is in shock after Marnicks and the Rodeway Inn, both beachside staples, abruptly closed its doors without warning after being sold by its owner.Marnicks, which has been a popular motel and restaurant destination at the Stratford Sea Wall for more than six decades, officially closed over the weekend, as the owner reportedly sold the location to an undisclosed buyer. The sale ...

  8. Police Warn Residents Of Scam Involving Internet Transactions

    Police Warn Residents Of Scam Involving Internet Transactions

    A new scam is making the rounds in the area, police are cautioning.The scam has become prevalent involving Internet transactions on platforms such as Craigslist and other similar sites, the Stamford Police Department said.Police said that the scam takes place when a suspect, posing as a buyer, pays the victim for an item with either a fraudulent or bad check.Before the check can bounce ...

  9. Suspects In Theft At Auto Dealer Caught After Police Call Off Post Road Chase

    Suspects In Theft At Auto Dealer Caught After Police Call Off Post Road Chase

    A pair of suspects who allegedly stole a set of tires and rims from a Westport auto dealership took police on a brief high-speed chase before ultimately being apprehended attempting to flee the area on foot.A Westport police officer on patrol at approximately 1:45 a.m. on Thursday, Sept. 13 spotted a vehicle slowly leaving the area of a local car dealership without any headlights on. ...

  10. 19-Year-Old Admits To Selling Heroin to Teen Overdose Victim

    19-Year-Old Admits To Selling Heroin to Teen Overdose Victim

    A 19-year-old drug dealer has admitted to selling the heroin that led to the fatal overdose of a 17-year-old in Connecticut.Winsted resident Anthony Hunt waived his right to be indicted and pleaded guilty in Hartford Federal Court on Thursday to one count of possession with intent to distribute and distribution of, heroin. The arrest comes as part of an ongoing statewide crackdown ...

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