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Ashley Soley-Cerro is a digital producer at PIX11. She is a born-and-raised Angeleno who previously worked at PIX’s sister station KTLA in Los Angeles. Prior to her time in TV news, she was a producer at Southern California Public Radio.


Recent Articles
  • EMT accused of sexually abusing patient in back of ambulance: sources

    NEW YORK — An EMT has been charged with sexually abusing a patient in the back of an ambulance. Michael Seebrat, 46, of Queens, was arrested Friday around 11:30 a.m. and was with sexual abuse, police said. On July 17, 2017, Seebrat, an FDNY EMT, picked up an intoxicated 24-year-old woman from The Standard Hotel in Greenwich Village, according to police. While he transported the patient to a Manhattan hospital, she woke up to him groping her breasts and licking […]

  • Death of 5-month-old baby in Manhattan appears suspicious: sources

    EAST HARLEM, Manhattan — Police are investigating the suspicious death of a 5-month-old baby Friday, according to sources. Police responded to the Robert F. Wagner Houses on Second Avenue in East Harlem around 11:21 p.m. A 5-month-old baby girl was found unresponsive, police said. She was transported to Harlem Hospital where she was pronounced dead. The baby was identified as Tamiyah Davis. The Medical Examiner will determine the cause of death and the investigation is ongoing. Police believe the death is […]

  • Infant found covered in feces and urine in Brooklyn; mother arrested: police

    SHEEPSHEAD BAY, Brooklyn — The discovery of a 3-month-old baby covered in feces and urine in Brooklyn has led to the arrest of a mother detained for child-related incidents at least nine times before, sources said Friday. Police responded to reports of a child possibly left alone at an apartment on Batchelder Street between Avenue V and W Thursday around 5 a.m., NYPD officials said. Responding officers said they were greeted by Yasheameia Hamilton, but noticed roaches scattering throughout the apartment. […]

  • Mother found shopping at Victoria’s Secret with dead baby in bag is sentenced

    MANHATTAN — A mother caught shopping at a Victoria Secret in Manhattan with her dead newborn baby in a bag has been sentenced, the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office said Friday. Tiona Rodriguez was sentenced Thursday to 16 years after pleading guilty to manslaughter in January, the District Attorney’s Office stated. The mother was a teenager in 2013 when she was stopped by security, who suspected of shoplifting a pair of skinny jeans worth $44.50 at a Victoria’s Secret in Herald […]

  • Gothamist, sister sites are back, thanks to public radio stations

    NEW YORK — Gothamist and its sister sites in Los Angeles and Washington are back, WNYC announced Friday, nearly four months after the websites were shut down shortly after employees voted to unionize. New York Public Radio made the announcement because, it reports, WNYC and two other public radio stations will take over Gothamist and sister sites LAist and DCist. The deal was largely funded by two anonymous donors, WNYC reports. WNYC will acquire Gothamist’s archives, domain name and social […]

  • Tri-state governors form ‘States for Gun Safety’ coalition to combat gun violence

    NEW YORK — In an effort to combat gun violence, tri-state area governors on Thursday announced the creation of the “States for Gun Safety” coalition as well as a consortium to assess gun violence data. Govs. Phil Murphy, of New Jersey; Andrew Cuomo, of New York; Dannel Malloy, of Connecticut; and Gina Raimondo, of Rhode Island, announced the formation of the coalition in a news release, and invited other states across the nation to join. “Gun violence is not a New […]

  • Man wanted in hit-and-run injuring officer in the Bronx is ID’d: police

    UNIVERSITY HEIGHTS, the Bronx — The man sought in a hit-and-run injuring an officer in the Bronx was identified by police Thursday. The hit-and-run happened near West 183rd Street and Grand Avenue in University Heights, sources said. FDNY responded around 10:05 a.m. The officer suffered a leg injury when he was struck, according to sources. The vehicle was found a few blocks away, unoccupied, sources said. Robert Rivera is the suspected driver, NYPD Chief Robert Boyce later tweeted. No arrests […]

  • 2nd teen arrested in fatal stabbing of student inside New Rochelle Dunkin’ Donuts: police

    NEW ROCHELLE, N.Y. — A 15-year-old is the second teenager to be arrested in the stabbing death of a New Rochelle High School student inside a Dunkin’ Donuts near the campus, police said Wednesday. The teen, who was not identified because he is being charged as a juvenile, was arrested Tuesday afternoon, New Rochelle Police Captain Robert Gazzola said. He faces two felony charges, including hindering prosecution and tampering with physical evidence, according to Gazzola. The charges stem from the teen’s alleged […]

  • Record-breaking temps expected in NYC Wednesday, but a big drop is ahead

    NEW YORK — It looks like Punxsutawney Phil had it wrong — or did he? Spring-like temperatures with the potential to break records is expected Wednesday. After a cloudy start, clear skies are ahead with highs above 70 degrees in the city. NYC is likely to break heat records for a second day in a row after Kennedy Airport, LaGuardia, Islip and Bridgeport all surpassed records Tuesday. The records to watch Wednesday are: Central Park with a record of 68 in […]

  • Federal report says Metro-North valued punctuality over safety

    Metro-North commuters face delays after person is hit by train

    FAIRFIELD, Conn. — Metro-North commuters riding the New Haven line faced delays Wednesday morning after a person was struck by a train, according to the MTA. A person was hit near the Fairfield Metro Station, the MTA stated on its website at 6:15 a.m. The person’s condition is not known. The New Haven line is delayed 30 to 40 minutes. New Haven Line Customers – Anticipate delays of 30-40 min due to a person being struck by a train near […]