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Myles Miller joined the PIX11 News team as a reporter and MMJ in 2015.

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

He is also a reporter for WCBS Newsradio 880.

A former 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, National Association of Black Journalists and NPPA.

He is Bronx native and currently resides on the Upper East Side.

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Recent Articles
  • EXCLUSIVE: CVS loss prevention agent accused of sexually assaulting several women: police sources

    KENSINGTON, Brooklyn — A loss prevention agent at a Brooklyn CVS used his position to sexually assault women, police sources said. Jose E. Ramos, 29, is accused of confronting a woman he suspected of shoplifting on March 15, inside a CVS at 411 Ditmas Ave. and ordering her to a back office, police sources said. Once inside, he allegedly coerced her to let him take nude photos of her and touch her genitals so he wouldn’t call police. Ramos allegedly […]

  • 2 men allegedly rape woman inside Williamsburg portable bathroom: police sources

    WILLIAMSBURG, Brooklyn –– A woman says two men pulled her into a portable bathroom on a Brooklyn street then sexually assaulted her Monday evening, police sources told PIX11 News. The victim, 26, says she was walking in the 100 block of Banker Street in Williamsburg around 6 p.m. when two men in their early 20s asked her for directions, according to sources. She says they then pulled her into the portable bathroom where they allegedly attacked her, sources said. Two […]

  • Bystander injured as ticket dispute leads to shooting near Battery Park

    LOWER MANHATTAN — The investigation continues after two people were struck by gunfire near Battery Park when a dispute between two men selling tickets in the area Monday afternoon escalated and became violent, with one of them opening fire in an area packed with professionals, students and tourists, officials said. It happened about 3:15 p.m. near Battery Place and Washington Street, close to Manhattan’s Financial District. A woman in her 30s, an innocent bystander, was walking down Washington Street when she […]

  • 3 children, 2 adults killed in Queens Village house fire

    QUEENS VILLAGE, Queens — Three children and two adults were killed in a Queens Village fire Sunday afternoon. The blaze broke out in the two-story building on 208th Street near 112th Avenue around 2:30 p.m. Fire Commissioner Daniel Nigro said a passing motorist saw the fire moments after it broke out and called 911. It quickly escalated to a 3-alarm fire as it spread to the home next door, officials said. The FDNY brought it to 4-alarms for relief purposes. By 4:30 […]

  • FDNY probes death of 14-year veteran firefighter William Tolley

    RIDGEWOOD, Queens – Hundreds of New York’s bravest stood shoulder to shoulder at Wyckoff Heights Medical Center as the flag draped the body of 42-year-old veteran William Tolley was carried out by members of his ladder company. Tolley responded to a fire at Putnam Avenue in Ridgewood, Queens around 2:30 p.m. Thursday and worked to put it out. He was on the roof during a routine operation, clearing heat and smoke. As he attempted to enter Tower Ladder 135, it began […]

  • Boy, 7, allegedly kicked by principal: ‘He told me that he knocks kids out’

    BROOKLYN, N.Y. — The principal at a Brooklyn elementary school is accused of pulling a 7-year-old student into a stairwell then kicking and hitting him because the child allegedly hit a school aide trying to block the boy from running, authorities and sources said. Machael Spencer-Edwards, 42, was arrested Tuesday at his home in Far Rockaway, police said. He is the principal at P.S. 202 in East New York, and was not home Wednesday to answer PIX11 News’ questions about […]

  • Driver sentenced in drunken Southern State Parkway crash that killed father, 2 children

    CENTRAL ISLIP, N.Y. – A man convicted of aggravated vehicular homicide has been sentenced to 12 to 36 years behind bars for a 2015 crash on Long Island that killed a father and his two children. Oniel Sharpe Jr. was sentenced Tuesday evening after being convicted in February in July 12, 2015, deaths of Ancio Ostane, his 8-year-old son and 4-year-old daughter on the Southern State Parkway. Ostane’s wife, Lucnie Bouaz-Ostane survived the crash, which caused the family’s car to explode. […]

  • NYPD officer accused of flashing teens claims evidence proves his innocence

    NEW YORK — NYPD detective Robert Francis pleaded not guilty Monday on charges that he exposed himself to five teenage girls. According to the 11 page criminal complaint, prosecutors say Francis stood outside of a 14-year-old’s window naked and masturbating. Another page says a 15-year-old told police he was “standing in her backyard exposing his penis and stomach and shining a light upon his exposed body.” Prosecutors say he exposed himself to three teenaged girls from February to March. His […]

  • Man grabs, tries raping woman in Jackson Heights alley: NYPD

    JACKSON HEIGHTS, Queens— Police are searching for the man who allegedly forced a woman into an alley and tried to rape her in Queens. The 35-year-old woman was walking on 74th Street and 37th Avenue at around 5 a.m. when the suspect grabbed her from behind and punched her several times. Police say the suspect tried tearing off her clothing in an effort to rape her. The woman fought him off but he was able to steal her purse, which […]

  • Bronx jewelry store owner shot during afternoon attempted robbery

    THE BRONX – Cops are looking two men who shot a jewelry store owner inside his shop Saturday noon. It happened at Marilyn’s Diamond Collection on Johnson Avenue around 12:15 p.m. After receiving a 911 call, responding officers found a 57-year-old man with a gunshot wound to his abdomen, police said. He was taken to a hospital, where he is in stable condition. Police say the victim buzzed the pair inside the store after they asked to see a ring. One of them pulled […]