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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,, 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.

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Recent Articles
  • Cops shoot at suspects’ vehicle during traffic stop in Queens

    HOLLIS, Queens — Police fired at two suspects in Queens who charged their vehicle toward them during a traffic stop Saturday evening. The incident happened around 5:30 p.m. near 200th Street and Hollis Avenue, police said. The plainclothes officers saw the suspects in the vehicle and asked them to stop because of suspected drug activity. As they approached them, the vehicle came charging toward them, police said. One of the officers fired one shot at the car. The suspects stopped the […]

  • Serial burglar strikes 31 times in Queens

    QUEENS, N.Y. – A serial burglar has struck 31 times dating back to December – the last three on the same street. The bold burglar typically waits for no one to be home and is looking for cash jewelry and anything valuable, according to police. His total take is about $30,000. His crime spree centered around Middle Village and Ridgewood homes. The victims who had their homes broken into range from 23 to 61 years old – who many times […]

  • Arrest made in brutal beating of man on Lower East Side sidewalk

    LOWER EAST SIDE, Manhattan — An arrest has been made in the brutal beating of a man who was attacked on a sidewalk in the Lower East Side Friday morning as pedestrians walked by, police sources tell PIX11 News. Nawang Choying, 23, of Queens, is charged with gang assault. Sources say the beating was over the victim stepping on the attacker’s shoe at Piano Bar. The attack happened about 2:45 a.m. Police say two men chased a 24-year-old man north on Orchard Street […]

  • Wagner Houses residents say there’s been no heat in their building for days

    EAST HARLEM, Manhattan — Inside Jessica Gonzalez’s apartment at the Wagner Houses, her mother-in-law is shivering, huddled under a mass of blankets. It’s been that way for days after boiler problems created frigid conditions inside their building. “This is unbelievable. We’re living like we’re living outside,” Gonzalez said. Among the tools Gonzalez is using to keep her family warm: her stove, an electrical fireplace and several heaters. “If by tomorrow we have no heat, I’m going to stop paying for […]

  • After-school teacher charged with sexual assault on 9-year-old girl, sources say

    UPPER WEST SIDE, Manhattan – Police sources say an employee of an after school provider sexually assaulted a 9-year-old girl during after-school hours Friday afternoon. Channing Parker, 22, was arrested after he allegedly forced a student at the IDEAL school of Manhattan on the Upper West Side to perform oral sex on him, according to sources. The child was playing basketball with students Friday between the hours of 2 p.m. and 6 p.m. When they decided to go see a movie inside, the […]

  • Suspect sought in robbery pattern targeting exotic dancers on way home

    THE BRONX –  Police identified a suspect in a robbery pattern in at least two states targeting exotic dancers on their way home, sources said. Melissa Triana, 20, is wanted in a scheme along with a second individual in which they follow exotic dancers home from the strip club and rob them of their money, police sources said late Thursday. Cops say Melissa Triana, 20, and an unidentified man worked in tandem, preying on a 34-year-old woman walking toward her home in the vicinity of Fairmount […]

  • Retired cop charged in shooting of landlord in Greenpoint: NYPD

    GREENPOINT, Brooklyn — A dispute that spiraled out of control between a former police officer and his landlord led to a shooting and standoff in Greenpoint Monday afternoon, police say. The shooting happened around 2 p.m. on the sidewalk outside 185 Greenpoint Ave. near the intersection of McGuinness Boulevard. According to the NYPD, 51-year-old Gene Barrett, who is a former police officer, shot the landlord, identified as Joe Stepinski, once in the head during an argument. He also took the his cellphone and […]

  • ‘I’ll cut you up’: Man allegedly pretends to help woman, 81, robs her in Bronx elevator

    MOUNT EDEN, The Bronx — A man is wanted for pretending to help a woman in a Bronx building’s elevator, then threatening and robbing her Friday. “I’m scared as hell,” the woman, 81, told PIX11 News. She did not identify herself over fear that the thief might find her. The woman was with the man in the elevator of her apartment building near Grand Concourse and Marcy Place about 2:20 p.m., police said. She did not know the man at the time. […]

  • Child dead, man seriously injured after Union City fire destroys home, damages church

    UNION CITY, N.J. — A child died and a man was seriously injured after a fire tore through a Union City home and a church Friday night. The blaze began around 1 a.m. at two 3-story frame houses on Summit Avenue, firefighters said. Neighbors told PIX11 News the fire was “out of control” by the time they arrived. The family in the apartment where the fire began evacuated the area, but the child, identified as 2-year-old Eddie Gonzales Jr., was still trapped […]

  • 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 […]