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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  • Window washer dead after being hit by falling brick in Manhattan: police

    MANHATTAN — A window washer is dead after being hit on the head with a brick in Manhattan, according to police. The incident happened on East 50th Street between Second and First avenues around 12:15 p.m., FDNY officials said. The worker, later identified as 51-year-old Nelson Salinas, was on suspended scaffolding with one other person, officials said. The other person on the scaffolding was not hit or injured. “I feel so sad. It’s already dangerous, the construction job,” said Jenny […]

  • Estranged husband and his girlfriend arrested in killing of Staten Island teacher

    STATEN ISLAND — The day after human remains “burned beyond recognition” were found at a Staten Island storage facility, police confirmed the body to be a missing teacher. Her estranged husband and a his girlfriend have been arrested in the killing. Michael Cammarata and Ayisha Egea face second-degree murder charges, according to NYPD Chief Dermot Shea. Shea also confirmed the body of Jeanine Cammarata, a teacher and mother of three, had been found. The victim’s estranged husband, Michael Cammarata, was […]

  • Driver accused of trying to lure 10-year-old in the Bronx

    HUNTS POINT, Bronx — Police asked for the public’s help Friday identifying a driver accused of trying to lure a 10-year-old child. The boy was walking at the southeast corner of Seneca and Longfellow avenues at 3:34 p.m. Thursday when a man driving a silver minivan asked the child to get inside, police said. The 10-year-old declined, and the driver fled westbound on Seneca Avenue, according to police. The boy was not physically harmed. The driver is described as having […]

  • Missing teacher’s remains ‘burned beyond recognition’ found in SI storage facility: source

    ARDEN HEIGHTS, Staten Island — “Charred and unidentifiable” human remains found at a Staten Island storage facility Thursday morning are believed to be missing teacher Jeanine Cammarata, a law enforcement source told PIX11 News. The body was located at Extra Space Storage at 7 Arden Ave., officials said. Police confirm that they are officially investigating the grisly find in relation to the Cammarata case. “With the discovery of these human remains, the investigation has taken a turn into a murder […]

  • Man throws victim onto Brooklyn subway tracks, hits him with metal lock: police

    BAY RIDGE, Brooklyn — Police arrested a man who allegedly threw a person onto subway tracks and hit him in the head with a metal lock. The two men got into an altercation last Wednesday around 11:35 p.m. inside the 95 Street R train subway station, police said. That’s when Jairus Diaz, 24, allegedly threw the 29-year-old victim onto the southbound train tracks. People in the station helped the victim back onto the platform, but the Diaz allegedly hit him […]

  • Man arrested in killing of jogger found in lake at Lincoln Park: prosecutor

    JERSEY CITY, N.J. — A man was arrested Sunday in the sexual assault and murder of a jogger whose body was found in a lake at Lincoln Park, according to the Office of the Hudson County Prosecutor. Jorge Rios, 33, of Jersey City, is charged with felony murder, kidnapping and aggravated sexual assault, prosecutor Esther Suarez said in a statement. The arrest comes a week after Carolina Cano’s body was pulled from a lake in Lincoln Park. Cano had left home […]

  • ‘Major fire’ burns thousands of acres in South Jersey; smell of smoke reported in NYC

    BURLINGTON COUNTY, N.J. — A “major fire” burning in Burlington County has sent plumes of smoke over the area and forced a portion of Route 72 to close. People from as far away as Manhattan and Bergen County, New Jersey, have reported to PIX11 that they smell smoke. The fire burned around Route 72, west of Barnegat, as of Sunday morning, according to the Monmouth County Sheriff’s Office, which described the fire as “major.” Haze can be seen, and there […]

  • Nanny found dead in NJ park lake after going for a jog

    JERSEY CITY, N.J. — A homicide investigation is underway Thursday after a nanny, who was last seen leaving her home to go for a jog, was found dead in the lake at Lincoln Park. A person reported to the sheriff’s office on Sunday, March 24 that a body may be floating in the lake, according to the Hudson County Prosecutors Office Carolina Cano was later pulled from the water and pronounced dead. Although her cause of death has not been […]

  • NY Mets face Nationals on opening day

    NEW YORK — The New York Mets face the Washington Nationals in D.C. on opening day. First pitch was at 1:05 p.m. — the same time the New York Yankees play against the Baltimore Orioles at Yankee Stadium in Bombers’ home The Mets and Nationals will meet once again on the Mets’ home turf, Citi Field, a week later — April 4. Unlike the Mets’ and Yankees’ opening day games last year, which were both postponed because of snow, Thursday […]

  • Son stabs parents, killing mother, at LI home: police

    SYOSSET, N.Y.  — A man stabbed both of his parents, killing his mother and injuring his father, after losing his job, police said Thursday. The deadly attack happened in a home on Syosset Circle after 9 p.m. Wednesday, according to police. The unidentified 29-year-old man allegedly stabbed his mother during an argument after losing his job. When the man’s father attempted to intervene, he was also stabbed, police said. The mother, who was in her 60s, died, according to police. […]

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