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Frank MacEachern

Urgent News Reporter

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.

Frank MacEachern's Contributions

  1. Westport Police Track Down Stratford Man Suspected In Hit-And-Run Accident

    Westport Police Track Down Stratford Man Suspected In Hit-And-Run Accident

    WESTPORT, Conn. — A driver was able to get the license plate of a driver who rear-ended her vehicle Wednesday afternoon on Wilton Road and fled the scene, Westport police said.The motorist was stopped at a red light on Wilton Road at 3;30 p.m. when her vehicle was struck from behind, police said. The car that hit her fled the scene, but Westport Police tracked down the driver's identity ...

  2. Police: Westport Gap Employee Didn't 'Charge' All Her Customers

    Police: Westport Gap Employee Didn't 'Charge' All Her Customers

    WESTPORT, Conn. – A Westport Gap employee was charged with running a scheme that allowed some customers to get their merchandise for free, police said.Claudia Elliston, 52, of 132 Bennett St., Bridgeport, was charged Tuesday with fifth-degree larceny.Police said they were called to The Gap at 125 Main St. in November to meet with the company's regional loss prevention manager about ...

  3. Suspects In Stratford Burglaries Face Charges In Westport Deli Break-Ins

    Suspects In Stratford Burglaries Face Charges In Westport Deli Break-Ins

    WESTPORT, Conn. — Two Bridgeport men who were already facing an astonishing number of burglary and theft charges in various towns have been slapped with more charges in two deli break-ins in Westport, police said.Roman Nieves and Keron Nixon were charged Wednesday in the pair of burglaries back on Dec. 17.Nieves, 37, of 181 Sherwood Ave., Bridgeport, has 15 other court files that are ...

  4. Police: IT Consultant Stole Documents From Huge Westport Hedge Fund

    Police: IT Consultant Stole Documents From Huge Westport Hedge Fund

    WESTPORT, Conn. — A consultant stole confidential IT documents from Bridgewater Associates, the massive Westport-based hedge fund, Westport Police said.Sankaranarayan Subramanian, 33, of 630 Mix Ave., Hamden, was arrested at his home without incident by Westport detectives March 23.Subramanian, who worked as a consultant at Bridgewater, had emailed himself on numerous occasions several ...

  5. Bridgeport Police: Niece/Caretaker Charged With Murder In Uncle’s Death

    Bridgeport Police: Niece/Caretaker Charged With Murder In Uncle’s Death

    BRIDGEPORT, Conn. — A Bridgeport woman who worked as the caretaker for her disabled uncle has been charged with murder in connection with his death last month, Bridgeport police said. Tynisha Hall, 35 was arrested Thursday and charged with the murder of her uncle, Robert Jones, who died Feb. 8 of blunt force trauma to the head, Captain Brian Fitzgerald said in a statement. Jones died at ...

  6. NYC Woman: 'We In Trouble' As Norwalk Cops Burst In On Prostitution Bust

    NYC Woman: 'We In Trouble' As Norwalk Cops Burst In On Prostitution Bust

    NORWALK, Conn. -- A Queens, N.Y., woman blurted out: “We in trouble” to her customer — who was an undercover cop — as other Norwalk police officers burst into a spa on a prostitution bust Wednesday evening.Guishun Li, 49, of 13981 35th Flushing, was arrested Wednesday on two counts of promoting prostitution and one count of prostitution, police said.  She had previously been arrested in ...

  7. 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 ...

  8. 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 ...

  9. Bridgeport Man Charged With Stealing $40,000 In Tools From Monroe Employer

    Bridgeport Man Charged With Stealing $40,000 In Tools From Monroe Employer

    MONROE, Conn. -- An employee at a Monroe plumbing business put a lot of effort into his side hustle of stealing more than $40,000 in tools from his job, said Monroe Police who arrested a Bridgeport man on Friday.Michael Conway, 37, was charged with first-degree larceny and was held on a $20,000 bond for a court appearance Monday in Bridgeport.Police said the business owner went to ...

  10. 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, ...

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