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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. 

Zak Failla's Contributions

  1. Oh, Deer: Check Out Video Of Buck Who Stopped Here

    Oh, Deer: Check Out Video Of Buck Who Stopped Here

    A resident got an unexpected visitor last week when a massive buck was caught on camera in a Putnam County backyard.The buck was spotted on a surveillance camera shortly before 3:30 a.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 14 in Patterson. It stares directly into the camera for several seconds before making its way further onto the property.According to Havahart, a company that sells animal repellants, ...

  2. Driver Arrested After Hospitalizing Westchester County Police Officer During Chase On The Hutch

    Driver Arrested After Hospitalizing Westchester County Police Officer During Chase On The Hutch

    A Westchester County Police officer was injured when a man rear-ended her patrol car while attempting to evade arrest in a stolen gypsy cab.The Westchester County Police Real Time Crime Center alerted the Mount Vernon Police Department of a stolen vehicle in the city shortly after 9:30 a.m. on Sunday, Nov. 18, County Police spokesman Kieran O’Leary said. When officers attempted to ...

  3. 16 Displaced In Westchester Fire

    16 Displaced In Westchester Fire

    More than a dozen people were left out in the cold over the weekend as a fire forced them to leave their homes.The blaze burned two attached houses on Gold Street in Yonkers on Saturday, leaving 16 people and their pets without a place to lay their heads, fire officials said. No injuries were reported.The fire was reported to the Yonkers Fire Department at approximately 6 p.m. on ...

  4. Human Remains Found In Duffel Bag Outside Bank In Westchester

    Human Remains Found In Duffel Bag Outside Bank In Westchester

    Police have launched an investigation after the discovery of a suspicious duffel bag outside a bank that had human remains inside.Members of the Yonkers Police Department responded to the Wells Fargo Bank on Odell Avenue shortly after noon on Monday, Nov. 19, where there was a report of a suspicious bag.Police said that upon arrival, members of the Emergency Service Unit found the bag ...

  5. 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 ...

  6. Man Who Allegedly Videotaped Galleria Mall Co-Worker Undressing In Fitting Room Indicted

    Man Who Allegedly Videotaped Galleria Mall Co-Worker Undressing In Fitting Room Indicted

    A 28-year-old former employee at a children’s store in the area has been indicted for allegedly filming a co-worker who was undressing in a fitting room.Jose Munoz of Middletown was arraigned on three counts of felony second-degree unlawful surveillance. Munoz pleaded not guilty to the charges on Thursday, Nov. 15 in Orange County Court.The incident took place on Tuesday, Oct. 23 ...

  7. 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 set 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 ...

  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. 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 ...

  10. Employee Threatens, Grabs Boss In Westchester, Police Say

    Employee Threatens, Grabs Boss In Westchester, Police Say

    Westchester County Police intervention was required when an employee at a  cleaning company got physical with his boss.Officers from the Westchester County Police Department responded to a South Bedford Road (Route 172) business in Mount Kisco shortly before 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 7, where there was a reported physical incident.Police said that a supervisor at the cleaning ...

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