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Frank MacEachern

Urgent News Reporter fmaceachern@dailyvoice.com

Originally from Canada, Frank started his journalism in his native country before moving to Fairfield County a decade ago where he continued his career. He is a graduate of St. Francis Xavier University in Antigonish, Nova Scotia and of University of King's College in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

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  1. Stamford Cops: Woman's Tale To Evade Blame In Hit-And-Run Crash Falls Apart

    Stamford Cops: Woman's Tale To Evade Blame In Hit-And-Run Crash Falls Apart

    STAMFORD, Conn. — A woman's attempt to cover up her involvement in hit-and-run accident finally led police to persuade her boyfriend to lure her to his apartment so they could arrest her, Stamford Police said.Karen Hernandez, 34, of Oakwood Place, is facing charges of falsely reporting an incident, evading responsibility, driving without a license, interfering with an officer and ...

  2. Army Veteran From Stamford Joins New Canaan Police Department

    Army Veteran From Stamford Joins New Canaan Police Department

    NEW CANAAN, Conn. -- The newest New Canaan Police recruit is a 27-year-old nine-year veteran of the U.S. Army.Owen Ochs was one of 114 people who applied to join the department last fall. He begins his training at the Connecticut Police Academy's 357th training session on April 7. The academy is located in Meriden.The Stamford resident was honorably discharged from the U.S. Army on Jan. ...

  3. Stamford Man Says Scalzi Park Is Safe Day After Knife Attack There

    Stamford Man Says Scalzi Park Is Safe Day After Knife Attack There

    STAMFORD, Conn. — The day after a frightening attack in which a man swung a knife at a 24-year-old woman leaving Scalzi Park, a man who was out walking his dog said he feels safe in the Stamford park. During a windy noontime walk at Scalzi Park, Ian Lazarus of Stamford said he has no fear walking in the popular park near downtown."I feel safe around here. When you walk with a dog, ...

  4. Woman Escapes Random Knife Attack; Stamford Cops Arrest Suspect At Gunpoint

    Woman Escapes Random Knife Attack; Stamford Cops Arrest Suspect At Gunpoint

    STAMFORD, Conn. — A man swung a knife at a 24-year-old woman as she was walking with her family in a terrifying random incident near Scalzi Park on Tuesday evening, Stamford police said.The woman wasn't injured, and officers were soon able to capture Ludwin D. Grijalba, 33, of 554 E. Main St., police said. The woman was walking with her mother; her two younger siblings, an 8-year-old ...

  5. WWE's McMahon Escapes Injury; Other Driver Ticketed In Stamford Crash

    WWE's McMahon Escapes Injury; Other Driver Ticketed In Stamford Crash

    STAMFORD, Conn. -- WWE head honcho Vince McMahon escaped injury but a second driver was issued an infraction for not having a driver's license following a Tuesday morning two-car accident in downtown Stamford, police said.The female driver was also given a warning for not granting the right of way, police said. The accident occurred near the intersection of Tresser and Washington ...

  6. Monroe Police: Bridgeport Woman Used U-Haul In October Burglary

    Monroe Police: Bridgeport Woman Used U-Haul In October Burglary

    MONROE, Conn. -- A Bridgeport woman was arrested Monday for the brazen burglary in which she and an accomplice used a U-Haul rental van at an elderly Monroe woman's home on Oct. 6, according to police.Natasha Pennywell, 35, was charged with third-degree burglary, conspiracy to commit third-degree burglary, second-degree criminal mischief and fourth-degree larceny. Monroe Police laid the ...

  7. Stamford Man Facing New Charges For Downtown Building Burglaries

    Stamford Man Facing New Charges For Downtown Building Burglaries

    STAMFORD, Conn., -- More charges have been laid against a city man who is already facing numerous burglary-related charges for a crime spree against downtown office buildings late last year.Robert Stephen Butler, 58, with a listed address of the men's homeless shelter at 597 S. Pacific St in Stamford, was charged Monday with two counts of third-degree burglary, second-degree criminal ...

  8. Greenwich Cops: Woman Jumps On Roof Of Moving Vehicle During Dispute

    Greenwich Cops: Woman Jumps On Roof Of Moving Vehicle During Dispute

    GREENWICH, Conn. — A woman jumped on the roof a moving vehicle to prevent a man she was having a violent argument with from driving away Friday afternoon, resulting in the arrest of both of them, Greenwich police said.The dispute broke out at the home of Neil Collins, 51, at 364 Riversville Road, police said. Wendy Adele Collins, 22, of 57 Richards Lane, New Canaan, struck Collins on ...

  9. No Sushi For You! Trumbull Japanese Restaurant Worker Pulls Knife On Patron

    No Sushi For You! Trumbull Japanese Restaurant Worker Pulls Knife On Patron

    TRUMBULL, Conn. — Is it the Sushi Nazi? A Trumbull Japanese restaurant worker pulled a butcher knife on a customer after ordering the patrons to leave on Sunday, Trumbull Police said.Kevi Gonzalez, 20, of Bridgeport, an employee of Sarku Japan Restaurant in the Westfield Trumbull Mall, began yelling at customers and telling them to leave because there was no more food to be served, ...

  10. New York Man Arrested On Counterfeiting Charge At Greenwich CVS

    New York Man Arrested On Counterfeiting Charge At Greenwich CVS

    GREENWICH, Conn. — An alert CVS manager contacted police when a man tried to pass a counterfeit $100 bill at the 99 Greenwich Ave. store Friday afternoon, police said.When officers arrived shortly before 2 p.m.,  the manager was holding a photo of the suspect that he had just received from another CVS store, police said. The officer immediately recognized the man as a suspect in a ...

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