Ashley Soley-Cerro the multiplatform content supervisor at PIX11. She is a born-and-raised Angeleno who previously worked as a digital new producer at PIX11’s sister station KTLA in Los Angeles.


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  • 6-year-old boy kidnapped in stolen car found safe; suspect still on the loose: police

    CANARSIE, Brooklyn — A 6-year-old boy who was taken inside a stolen vehicle has been found safe in Brooklyn after two hours on the road alone with the kidnapper and thief. The SUV, with the boy inside it, was left around 3:00 p.m. at the intersection of Georgia Avenue and Linden Avenue. The suspect, who stole the car with the child in it, is still on the loose. Police came out in force, minutes after receiving a 911 call around […]

  • 19-year-old dead after shooting on Queens street: police

    QUEENS — A 19-year-old found on a Queens street with a gunshot wound died Wednesday, according to police. The man, who has been identified as Jay Patel, had been shot in the chest and was found on 268th Street between 82nd and 83rd avenues in the Bellerose Manor neighborhood, shortly after 1 p.m., police said. Patel died at a nearby hospital. Witnesses that PIX11 spoke with said they did not hear gunshots. Police said they’re investigating where and when the […]

  • Man, 64, found dead after fire breaks out at Brooklyn home: NYPD

    BROOKLYN — A man was found dead Tuesday after a blaze broke out at a Brooklyn home, NYPD officials said. Police responded to reports of a fire at a home at East 96th and Willmohr streets, bordering East Flatbush and Brownsville, around 1:55 p.m., according to police. A 64-year-old man was found unconscious and unresponsive in the building’s basement, and pronounced dead on scene, police said. Additional information about the fire was not immediately available.

  • 2-year-old dies after falling out Brooklyn building window: police

    EAST NEW YORK, Brooklyn — A 2-year-old boy died after falling out of a Brooklyn building window on Monday, according to police. The incident happened on  Eldert Lane between Blake and Dumont avenues, according to FDNY. The area borders East New York and Ozone Park. Lareese Williams Jr., 2, lived at the building. He was found at 11:06 a.m. in the building’s courtyard suffering injuries consistent with a fall, police said. The child was initially hospitalized in critical condition, according […]

  • Video shows moment armed robbers pulled out guns at Manhattan jewelry store: police

    MIDTOWN, Manhattan — Video released Monday shows the moment armed robbers pulled out their weapons during a Manhattan jewelry store heist in which the thieves allegedly made off with more than $4 million in jewels. The robbery took place at Avianne & Co Jewelers on West 47th Street between Sixth and Fifth avenues Sunday just after noon, police said. Three armed robbers posed as customers in order to pull off the daytime heist, according to police. Newly released surveillance footage, seen […]

  • Prostitute arrested in connection to deaths of 3 men, apparently including Cipriani chef: officials

    QUEENS — A prostitute has been arrested on drug charges in connection to the deaths of three men, all found dead in Queens hotels, officials with the United States Department of Justice said Monday. One of those men is believed to be a well-known chef whose body was located last Wednesday after a days-long search for the missing man. Angelina Barini is expected to appear in federal court on Monday on charges of conspiracy to distribute and possess with intent […]

  • Man sought in connection to suspicious devices found at Manhattan subway station: police

    LOWER MANHATTAN — As evening fell on Friday, NYPD officers and investigators kept crime scene tape up, and kept a portion of the mezzanine and platform at the Fulton Street transit hub here closed down. It was part of their ongoing investigation into someone leaving suspicious items at the subway terminal, one of the city’s busiest, during morning rush hour. The man has been identified as Larry Kenton Griffin II. Police say he is in his 20s or 30s, and […]

  • Person fatally struck by train in Manhattan: officials

    MANHATTAN — A person who possibly suffered cardiac arrest was struck by a train in Manhattan Friday, temporarily impacting subway service in the Bronx and Manhattan, officials said. The 49-year-old man was hit by a southbound train at the 116th St. station, according to the MTA, which first tweeted about the incident just after 9:30 a.m. He was pronounced dead at the scene, police said. Fire officials said man possibly suffered cardiac arrest. The Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4 and […]

  • LI mother allegedly admitted to killing twins with her ‘bare hands’

    MONTAUK, N.Y. — A mother allegedly admitted to killing her twins with her “bare hands” before attempting suicide by cop, court documents and officials revealed Friday. Two-year-old Jasmine and Jaida Campbell died after being found in their car seats inside their mother’s vehicle at the entrance Montauk County Park hours after a panicked call from Tenia Campbell prompted a multiagency search Thursday afternoon, according to officials. Tenia Campbell, 24, the girls’ mother, allegedly called her own mother, Vanessa McQueen, earlier […]

  • Pilot dead after helicopter crash lands onto roof of Manhattan office tower

    MANHATTAN — A helicopter made a crash landing onto the roof a 54-story skyscraper in midtown Manhattan on Monday afternoon, killing the pilot, who was the only person on board, sparking a fire that sent smoke billowing into the foggy sky and troubling a city still scarred by 9/11. The pilot has been identified by American Continental Properties, the company that owns the helicopter, as Tim McCormack. “We are mourning the loss of Tim McCormack, who has flown for us […]

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