Why 'of ' is used in this sentence, not ' from '?
Please read the sentence below firstly.
Darren Halliwell, 48, of Greater Manchester, England, reportedly 'became disruptive' during British Airways Flight 195, which had departed from London's Heathrow Airport at 10.33am on Wednesday.
In the sentence, does the words, ' of Greater Manchester ' , mean the man is from Greater Manchester? If it is the meaning, why doesn't it use thee word ' from '?