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Dave is a proud Nutmegger. He grew up outside of New Haven in Northford, Connecticut where he attended North Branford High School. He graduated from the University of New Haven in 2015 with a Bachelors of Science in Communication. Dave also attended graduate school at Quinnipiac University graduating Summa Cum Laude with a Master’s of Science in Sports Journalism in 2018.

Before joining FOX61, Dave worked for two and a half years at NBC Connecticut as a production assistant and sports producer. He currently works as a Media Production Specialist and professor for Quinnipiac University’s School of Communication. Dave also coaches youth hockey for the Greater New Haven Warriors.

Dave is a passionate sports fan with allegiances to the Rangers, Mets and Giants. He also dreams of the day the Whalers come back to Hartford!

Dave is a FOX61 student news alumni excited to be able to deliver content to Connecticut residents. When Dave isn’t at work, you can find him at your local rink playing pickup hockey, hitting the links, at the gym, cooking or preparing for his next class.

Recent Articles
  • Protesters call for troopers job; call West Haven officer-involved shooting unjust

    NEW HAVEN – Protesters marched in New Haven to protest the killing of 19-year-old Murbarak Soulemane.The chants from the steps of City Hall were clear, “Justice for Mubi.” “I’m angry. It’s something that happens across the United States over and over again with different black boys. It’s the same story with a different name,” said Soulemane’s close friend Kira Ortoleva. Family, friends and city leaders spoke to the large crowd describing a call for justice. “Above all he didn’t deserve […]

  • Local vets return from Puerto Rico, say work still to be done

    CHESTER – Alpha team landed in San Juan at 3 a.m. Wednesday morning. They quickly got to work deliver tents, water filtration systems, and other goods to communities along the Southern Coast that haven’t been reached by the government. Their mission is only just beginning. “In the morning at 2 o’clock, 3 o’clock, 4 o’clock in the morning you feel two or three tremors at a time,” said Angel Fernandez. Constant and unpredictable tremors continue to unset the Southern Coast […]

  • Officer-involved shooting leaves one dead in West Haven

      WEST HAVEN – A suspect is dead following a pursuit with State Police. It started when authorities say a man with a knife stole a car from someone at an AT&T store in Norwalk. State Troopers pursued the stolen vehicle to West Haven. The car got off the exit 43 ramp ending up under the bridge on Campbell Avenue. “Seconds later we heard a car crash,” said a witness who did not want to be identified. “Seconds after that we […]

  • Bridgeport Board of Ed faces scrutiny over rogue hiring and criminal investigations

    BRIDGEPORT– Two investigations and a rogue hiring had people at the Bridgeport Board of Education meeting up in arms. “We don’t have a Board of Education we have a criminal cabal that is making critical decisions that are impacting the academic and social success of over 20,000 Bridgeport public school students,” said Bridgeport City Councilwoman Maria Pereira. Emotions spilled over at times during the highly attended meeting. It was the first with newly appointed Superintendent Michael Testani. The former acting […]

  • Fotis Dulos’ lawyer files motion to dismiss all criminal charges

    FARMINGTON — FOX61 has learned that Norm Pattis filed a motion to have all the charges against his client Fotis Dulos dropped. The motion came the same day as Dulos’ arraignment Wednesday. Fotis Dulos could be seen on the grounds of his multi-million dollar Jefferson Crossing home Thursday evening after posting his $6-million-dollar bond. Dulos was placed under house arrest with GPS monitoring. He can only leave the house for work on a case-by-case basis with prior approval. The Judge […]

  • New Canaan community relieved by arrests in Jennifer Dulos investigation 

    NEW CANAAN – It’s been a long wait for a community with Jennifer Dulos firmly planted in their hearts. “I hope justice is swift,” said Liz Arredondo. The news of Fotis Dulos’ arrest for murder quickly flooded downtown New Canaan. For people who knew Jennifer, the news came as long-awaited relief. “I think this is a step in the right direction and our prayers are with the family.” Pink rocks with the words “Justice for Jennifer” remain in front of […]

  • Bridgeport officer stops rolling car from crashing into school children

    BRIDGEPORT – Carlos Carmo Jr was honored this evening in Bridgeport for his heroic effort that police say saved lives. Officer Carmo says it was just another day on the job when he noticed a black SUV rolling past him without a driver. He said his instincts kicked in causing him to spring into action. “I grabbed the door frame and held on for dear life,” said Officer Carmo. Officer Carmo was working traffic duty during dismissal at Harding High […]

  • Man arrested on voyeurism charges in Farmington gym 

    FARMINGTON – An investigation into Antonio Selby, 26, in South Windsor led to his arrest in Farmington. Police say he filmed men changing in the locker rooms at the LA Fitness on Hartford road. “It’s pretty weird,” said William Medina. A cellphone propped up on a backpack in an open locker, set to record. “It’s a little bit creepy. There’s always a lot of traffic in there too,” said Justin Lohnes. Selby turned himself into Farmington police on nine counts […]

  • Dance studio fundraiser in Waterbury for Jette family offers outlet for emotion

    WATERBURY – It’s been nearly a month since the tragic deaths of Della, 15, and Sterling, 16, Jette. The community continues to come together to show their support for the family. The Art in Motion Dance studio held a benefit class for the Jette’s. The instruction offered participants the chance to express themselves through dance in a time still difficult to describe in words. “Just knowing that I can come back here express my feelings, it’s just amazing,” said Mackenzie […]

  • Killingly K-9 locates suspects of a home invasion, shooting

    DANIELSON – A home invasion led to shots fired. Two suspects fled the scene. That’s when Troop D called in Broko and Wasserman. Within minutes the two would track down the suspects responsible, saving valuable time and keeping a community safe.   “To be able to utilize a tool as valuable as a dog, you are able to take that evil off the street,” said K9 handler Chris Wasserman. Broko and Wasserman joined Troop-D on December 19th. The two are the second […]

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