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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. Goodell Gives Tarrytown Firefighter Battling Cancer Super Bowl Tickets

    Goodell Gives Tarrytown Firefighter Battling Cancer Super Bowl Tickets

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. - A Tarrytown firefighter facing a fate scarier than a burning building is going to live out a lifelong dream courtesy of Westchester native and NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell.Goodell - who hails from Bronxville - surprised firefighter Bill Duggan, who recently received news that he had terminal brain cancer, with tickets to Super Bowl 52, which will be played ...

  2. Driver With Multiple License Suspensions Busted By Bronxville Police

    Driver With Multiple License Suspensions Busted By Bronxville Police

    BRONXVILLE, N.Y. - A 21-year-old man with multiple suspensions on his license was busted in Bronxville by police after blowing through a red light over the weekend.Shortly before 11 a.m. on Saturday, Dec. 9, officers stopped Bronx resident Kelvonte Colclough on White Plains Road when he failed to stop for a red light.Police said that during the subsequent stop, an inquiry on Colclough’s ...

  3. Bronxville Police Investigating 'Porch Pirates' That Stole Packages

    Bronxville Police Investigating 'Porch Pirates' That Stole Packages

    BRONXVILLE, N.Y. - Detectives with the Bronxville Police Department are investigating a series of FedEx packages that were poached in the village by “porch pirates.”Officials are investigating a slew of stolen packages that were taken from residences on Courseview Road, Fordal Road and the surrounding area, police said. A suspect or suspects have not been identified by ...

  4. Pedestrian Hospitalized After Being Struck By Motorist In Bronxville

    Pedestrian Hospitalized After Being Struck By Motorist In Bronxville

    BRONXVILLE, N.Y. - A pedestrian was hospitalized in Bronxville after being struck by a motorist.A female driver reported to police shortly after 3 p.m. on Monday afternoon that she had accidentally struck a pedestrian with her side mirror while driving on Wellington Circle.Police said that the man who was struck was treated at the scene by paramedics and transported to Lawrence Hospital ...

  5. Victims Of Westchester Priest Get $250K Each From Archdiocese

    Victims Of Westchester Priest Get $250K Each From Archdiocese

    Three Hudson Valley men abused by a Croton-on-Hudson Catholic priest decades ago will receive $250,000 each in compensation from the New York Archdiocese.Three men filed claims earlier this year, stating that Gennaro “Jerry” Gentile, who worked as a priest for nine Hudson Valley parishes over the span of several decades before being removed from the ministry in 2002, molested them ...

  6. Three Charged In Massive Cocaine, Heroin Bust In Westchester

    Three Charged In Massive Cocaine, Heroin Bust In Westchester

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. - A trio was busted with more than a dozen kilograms of cocaine and nearly 20,000 envelopes of heroin in a Yonkers house.Joon Kim, the acting United States District Attorney for the Southern District of New York announced the arrests of Ansley Estrella, Ronald Leon and Luis Oscar Reyes this week, after they were busted “with conspiracy to distribute and possess ...

  7. Woman Busted Driving With BAC Nearly Triple The Legal Limit In Scarsdale

    Woman Busted Driving With BAC Nearly Triple The Legal Limit In Scarsdale

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. - A woman from Mamaroneck was busted driving with a blood alcohol content nearly triple the legal limit in Scarsdale after losing control of her car and crashing.Officers were dispatched to the intersection of Cornell Street and Weaver Street shortly after 1:30 a.m. on Dec. 5 following reports of the crash, according to a police report released Monday. Upon ...

  8. Westchester Woman Alleges Rape By Cop/Husband In Lawsuit

    Westchester Woman Alleges Rape By Cop/Husband In Lawsuit

    A Westchester woman is suing the city and the Yonkers Police Department claiming she was raped by her former husband - an officer with the department - and falsely arrested, according to a lohud report.Marlaina Koller-Gurgigno of Yonkers is claiming that she was the victim of domestic violence at the hands of her estranged husband, Vincent Gurgigno, Jr. and that the police were aware, ...

  9. $10K Westchester Jewelry Store Theft Under Investigation

    $10K Westchester Jewelry Store Theft Under Investigation

    Westchester County Police are investigating a pair that posed as a couple in Mount Kisco and stole nearly $10,000 in jewelry.An employee of a jewelry business on South Moger Avenue reported to County Police on Monday, Dec. 4 that a man and woman posing as customers had stolen several items from the store.Police said that the duo stole two bracelets studded with diamonds and rubies, a ...

  10. Jewelry Store Break-In Under Investigation In Westchester, Report Says

    Jewelry Store Break-In Under Investigation In Westchester, Report Says

    Thieves reportedly took elaborate steps to break into a Port Chester jewelry store early on Monday morning.Triple J Jewelry was broken into at approximately 5 a.m. on Monday, Dec. 11, according to a News12 report. The thieves allegedly made off with hoop earrings and diamond necklaces.According to the report, the owner was alerted to an alarm that went off in the store, after the ...

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