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Myles Miller joined the PIX11 News team in 2015.

He covers the NYPD—the nation’s largest police force, city government and crime.

He was a New York Times video journalist.

A White House reporter for The Daily, he traveled across the country with President Barack Obama, covering landmark stories including the death of Osama bin Laden, the Supreme Court decision on the Affordable Care Act and the 2012 Presidential campaign.

In 2012, he reported for and helped launch “Chasing News” for Fox TV Stations.

Myles started his career writing for the Daily News, in high school. Covering city politics and government for their suburban newspapers—Bronx Boro, Queens and Brooklyn News.

He’s written for Reuters, New York Post, FOXNews.com, The Daily Caller and Womens Wear Daily.

He is a member of Investigative Reporters and Editors.

He was raised in the Bronx but lives in the West Village.

Tips: myles[at]pix11.com


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    A look inside the NYPD’s recruiting efforts

    GRAMERCY PARK, Manhattan — Before they can wear the uniform and have the privilege to carry the gun and shield, those looking to join the NYPD have to pass through the new candidate assessment unit. It’s a one stop shopping center for job applicants at the former police academy. “Our new recruiting efforts are somewhat unorthodox and the reason why I say that, is because we’re looking for a certain cohort. We call them the ‘millennials’ from 18 to 34 […]

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    17-year-old charged for attempted rape in Stuy Town

    STUY TOWN, Manhattan — A 17-year-old man was charged with attacking and sexually assaulting a woman in Stuyvesant Town, police said. The woman, 22, was entering a building on East 20th Street around 5 a.m. on Sunday when Aaron Kish, 17, allegedly approached the woman from behind, ripped off all her clothes and attacked her, sources said. He repeatedly tried to sexually assault her, sources said. The beating lasted for nearly 10 minutes but the woman fought back leaving the […]

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    Exclusive: San Diego teacher bilks homeowners out of $500,000, sources say

    NEW YORK — For a San Diego teacher stealing half a million dollars was as easy as a-b-c. Cristina Montijo, 52, a kindergarten teacher at Lafayette Elementary School, was arrested February 8, and charged with a scheme to steal money from homeowners and companies in several states from 2015 to 2016, law enforcement sources said. Montijo posed as a real estate agent and instructed a Queens homeowner to wire $190,000 to a bank account at a San Diego credit union […]

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    Queens mom, 75, mauled to death by mastiff mix

    LONG ISLAND CITY, Queens — A 75-year-old Long Island City woman was mauled to death early Monday by her dog, police said. The woman, identified as Louise Hermida, went into the basement of her 27th Street home and was attacked by the mastiff-great dane mix, Hermida’s neighbor Rosa Lopez said. Hermida phoned one of her sons for help. The son, who lives in Brooklyn, called Lopez. Lopez said she found Hermida covered with scratch wounds to the stomach. Hermida was still conscious and talking […]

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    Sessions, Sharpton discuss civil rights, Eric Garner chokehold case

    NEW YORK — Reverend Al Sharpton and new Attorney General Jeff Sessions spoke about civil rights and the ongoing Justice Department investigation into Eric Garner’s death in a phone call. “He called me yesterday evening,” Reverend Al Sharpton told members of the National Action Network on Saturday. The call came just hours after Sessions was sworn in as attorney general. The tone of the call between Sharpton and Sessions appeared to be straight forward — not cordial. Sharpton said he […]

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    Karina Vetrano’s parents indicate they are aware of person of interest in jogger’s slaying

    HOWARD BEACH, Queens – The parents of Karina Vetrano, killed while on a jog through a marshy area in Queens, said on Thursday it’s “just a matter of days” before an arrest is made in the slaying of their daughter, but high-ranking police sources are refuting the family’s claim and no NYPD officials were present at the afternoon news conference. From outside their home in Howard Beach, Cathie and Phil Vetrano urged the killer and their relatives to come forward. […]

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    Queensbridge Houses celebrates 1 year without shooting

    LONG ISLAND CITY, Queens — For years, the Queensbridge Houses had a reputation of gang and gun violence, but in 2016, it’s a place where there were no reported shootings. With six blocks and 96 buildings, the Queensbridge Houses is the largest housing development in North America. For years its reputation was sullied by gang violence and shootings, but in 2016 it saw a dramatic turnaround. The housing development saw 365 days without a single shooting. PIX11 News had exclusive access to Mayor Bill de […]

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    Pay raises, body cameras part of agreement reached between NYC, police union

    NEW YORK — The city and NYPD union reached a tentative agreement for the first time in five years that includes higher pay for community police officers and raises for officers who wear body cameras, devices that will be mandatory for all NYPD patrol officers come 2019, city officials announced Tuesday. For months, NYPD officers have followed Mayor Bill de Blasio’s every move, rallying outside his daily workout spot and Gracie Mansion to demand a pay raise. “This agreement is the […]

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    Cops bust Fresh Meadows Chase Bank robbers in the act

    FRESH MEADOWS, Queens — Cops busted two armed robbery suspects in the act as they held up a Chase Bank Saturday morning, police sources said. The suspects walked into the Chase Bank on Utopia Parkway and Union Turnpike shortly after opening and demanded money, forcing the manager to have the tellers open the partitioned area, sources said. As one teller was tied up, a quick thinking employee pushed the panic alarm, which notified the security company who called police. Police were already in the area and […]

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    Death of 3-year-old boy in 2016 ruled a homicide, police say

    EAST HARLEM, Manhattan – The death of a 3-year-old boy days after he was found in his Harlem apartment with bruises all over his body has been deemed a homicide, police said Friday. Caleb Rivera, 3, died on Aug. 5, 2016. Two days prior, the toddler was rushed to a hospital “in a state of distress,” police said. Law enforcement sources told PIX11 News at the time that Rivera’s mother told detectives she left her son in the care of […]