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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. Monroe Man Charged With Letting Girlfriend's 10-Year-Old Son Drive Car

    Monroe Man Charged With Letting Girlfriend's 10-Year-Old Son Drive Car

    MONROE, Conn. -- At least he kept his eyes open for his mugshot. A Monroe man is facing charges that he allowed his girlfriend's 10-year-old son to drive a vehicle through Monroe and streamed it on Facebook live — just like his girlfriend Lisa Nussbam is accused of doing on a separate occasion, Monroe Police said.Harry Hamlet, 40, was charged with risk of injury to a child Friday. He ...

  2. Two Men Wanted In New Canaan For Stealing Mail From Weed Street Mailboxes

    Two Men Wanted In New Canaan For Stealing Mail From Weed Street Mailboxes

    NEW CANANN, Conn. -- One of two men suspected of stealing mail from mailboxes Friday was later recorded cashing a check for $467, New Canaan Police said.Police said the theft was reported shortly after noon in the area of the 200 block of Weed Street. The suspects are two black middle aged males who were driving a black Dodge Charger, police said.The vehicle was later seen near Karl ...

  3. Stamford Cops: Mom Charged After Daughter Fought With Another AITE Student

    Stamford Cops: Mom Charged After Daughter Fought With Another AITE Student

    STAMFORD, Conn. -- A Stamford woman is facing a pair of charges after she yelled at and approached a security guard who had just helped break up a fight between her daughter and another student at AITE in Stamford on Thursday afternoon, police said.Dollie Thompson, 35, of 97 Mill Spring Lane, is charged with two counts of second-degree breach of peace. Two female students at the Academy ...

  4. Stamford Firefighters Forced To Break Into Auto Body Shop To Attack Blaze

    Stamford Firefighters Forced To Break Into Auto Body Shop To Attack Blaze

    STAMFORD, Conn. -- Stamford firefighters had to use power saws to cut open locked security gates to fight a fire at an auto body shop early Friday.Firefighters responded to a 911 call at 1:14 a.m. Friday for a fire at Bill's Service at 49 Gleason Ave. Initially, firefighters couldn't get into the building that had heavy smoke emanating from the single-story building.Firefighters had to ...

  5. Former Stamford Lawyer Arrested Again On Charges Of Stealing From Client

    Former Stamford Lawyer Arrested Again On Charges Of Stealing From Client

    STAMFORD, Conn. -- A Stamford lawyer has been arrested again on charges of stealing a client's money, police said.Larry Morris Glucksman, 69, was charged Thursday with first-degree larceny after he allegedly diverted $157,378 from a client's estate between October 2013 and June 2014, police said. He was released after posting $25,000 bond. He was arrested on larceny and forgery charges ...

  6. Police Seek Help Identifying Woman Who Died In Jump Onto I-95 In Stamford

    Police Seek Help Identifying Woman Who Died In Jump Onto I-95 In Stamford

    STAMFORD, Conn. — State Police are seeking the public's help in identifying the woman who died after jumping on to Interstate 95 from an overpass in Stamford just before noon Thursday.The woman, who is believed to be Hispanic, jumped from the Main Street overpass at Exit 9 at 11:46 a.m. on to I-95's left lane. She died from severe head injuries, state police said.She was about 5-foot-4 ...

  7. Norwalk Cops: Woman Snatched Pills, Swallowed Them At Police HQ

    Norwalk Cops: Woman Snatched Pills, Swallowed Them At Police HQ

    NORWALK, Conn. — A Stamford woman reached through the opening in the glass wall in the booking area of the Norwalk Police Headquarters and grabbed and then swallowed four pills that had been seized from her after she was arrested, Norwalk police said.Shannon Schaeffer, 37, of 47 Selleck St., was charged with interfering with an officer, operating while under the influence, possession of ...

  8. Police: Monroe Mom Live-Streamed 10-Year-Old Son Driving Through Town

    Police: Monroe Mom Live-Streamed 10-Year-Old Son Driving Through Town

    MONROE, Conn. — A Monroe mother who decided it was a smart thing to let her 10-year-old drive a car through town while she broadcast it on Facebook Live has been arrested by Monroe Police.Lisa Nussbaum, 38, was charged Friday with risk of injury to a child after police received several complaints from Monroe residents who viewed the video, Lt. Stephen Corrone said.In the video, which ...

  9. Police: Man Snatches Purse From Woman Walking Toward Stamford Train Station

    Police: Man Snatches Purse From Woman Walking Toward Stamford Train Station

    STAMFORD, Conn. -- A man slipped up behind a 35-year-old woman, pushed her and grabbed her purse in a robbery Monday afternoon, Stamford Police said.The woman was walking on Dock Street in the direction of the train station at about 2:30 p.m. when she was robbed, police said. The suspect, described as a black man of medium height and build with a scraggly beard, fled the scene, police ...

  10. Milford Man Arrested On Drug Charges In Stamford Parking Lot

    Milford Man Arrested On Drug Charges In Stamford Parking Lot

    STAMFORD, Conn. — A Milford man told officers he was in a parking lot known for its crime and drug dealing late Monday night to visit a friend, police said.But when officers asked Shawn Robert Miller, 34, of 29 Westwood Road, the name of his friend, he couldn't up with it, police said. Officers ended up arresting him on a pair of drug charges: possession of narcotics and possession of ...

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