Joe Kohle is a production assistant at PIX11. He was born and raised in Pequannock, New Jersey. Prior to his time in TV News, he worked as a production assistant on Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee, Project Runway and several other TV shows filmed in NYC.

Recent Articles
  • David Letterman’s return to TV will feature Barack Obama on new Netflix show

    Netflix announced Friday the official title, guest list and release date of their new original show that will serve as David Letterman’s first television series since stepping down as host of CBS’s “Late Show” in May of 2015. “My Next Guest Needs No Introduction With David Letterman” will debut on the streaming service this January 12.  The Letterman-hosted show will release only one episode this month, with five more episodes being released each subsequent month of 2018.  This is rare for […]

  • Employees assaulted and robbed at Bronx Texas Chicken Burger: police

    MOTT HAVEN, The Bronx —Employees at a Texas Chicken Burger fast food restaurant in the Bronx were assaulted and robbed by two people on Wednesday, police said. According to police, the two unidentified people entered the restaurant at about 5 p.m. and engaged in a verbal dispute with a male employee, 22, that eventually turned physical. One of them jumped over the counter, repeatedly punched the employee and removed $15 worth of food and the other threw a tray at the […]

  • ‘Grinch bots’ are stealing Christmas; buy out toys, resell at higher prices

    A new kind of grinch has it out for Christmas. “Grinch bots,” the same cyber scalpers who were responsible for buying tickets to Broadway shows and major concerts and reselling them for unfairly higher prices, have now changed their focus to popular holiday toys, U.S. Senator Chuck Schumer said Sunday. These cyber bots buy all sorts of holiday gifts that range from dolls to gaming equipment.  For example, the popular ‘Fingerling’ toy—which usually sell for $14.99—are being sold by the […]

  • Uniondale man arrested for striking man in the neck with sharp object

    LEVITTOWN, New York — A Uniondale man was arrested for allegedly striking a man in the neck with a sharp object, police announced Saturday. Edwin Gonzalez arrived at the victim’s home in Levittown on Friday, according to police. A verbal argument ensued and escalated into a physical altercation when Gonzalez, 23, reportedly struck the victim in the neck with an unknown sharp object at approximately 11 pm. Gonzalez then fled on foot and left his car behind, cops said. The victim, 24, was transported to a […]

  • Man steals $90 from woman’s hands as she pays cashier: police

    THE BRONX, New York — An unidentified individual grabbed $90 from a woman’s hands as she was paying a cashier in a Bronx grocery store, police said Saturday. The incident was reported to police at approximately 3 p.m. inside a grocery store on East Gun Hill Road. The victim, 55, was attempting to pay a cashier when she was approached by the individual, who then grabbed the money from her hands and fled in an unknown direction, police said. The […]

  • Man slashes woman in the face with razor blade on Bronx bus: police

    THE BRONX, New York — Police are searching for an individual who slashed a woman with a razor blade multiple times in the face Friday on a BX4 MTA bus. The incident was reported to police at approximately 3 p.m. on the intersection of Westchester Avenue and Pugsley Street.  The altercation reportedly began as a verbal dispute between the victim and the individual that turned physical, police said. The victim was taken to Jacobi Hospital in stable condition and treated […]

  • Woman suffers burns after pouring gasoline on NJ bonfire

    FRANKLIN TOWNSHIP, NJ — A New Jersey woman is in an induced coma after suffering significant burns, according to family. Taylor Lanthier, 28, of Lindenwold, suffered the injuries after pouring gasoline on a bonfire at approximately 3 a.m. while at a home on Malaga Lake Boulevard in Franklin Township.  While pouring, the fire spread up into the can, causing it to explode, police told After the incident, Lanthier was transported to the burn treatment center at Crozer-Chester Medical Center in […]

  • Massage Envy facing sexual harassment allegations from more than 180 women

    A well-known national massage chain is now the latest public entity under the microscope following accusations of sexual assault. More than 180 female customers of Massage Envy have accused male massage therapists of groping and penetrating them while on the massage table, BuzzFeed reported, citing lawsuits, police reports and other complaints. Several of the female accusers have issued complaints to management of Massage Envy – which operates more than 1,200 spas across the country – about the alleged assault that they […]

  • Florida teen caught at Canadian border after grandmother found buried in his backyard: police

    BUFFALO, New York — A Florida teenager who is wanted for questioning for his grandmother’s death was detained by US Border patrol agents late Friday. Florida police began searching for 15-year-old Logan Mott and his grandmother, Kristina French, 53, Wednesday after they did not show up at the airport to pick up Mott’s father who had returned from a vacation with his girlfriend. Officials say when Mott’s father, a corrections officer, arrived home and realized several weapons he owned were […]

  • Teenage delivery worker struck and killed in Brooklyn

    BROOKLYN — A teenager making deliveries on his bike was struck and killed by a car in Park Slope on Saturday. The incident occurred around 5:43 p.m. when 14-year-old Edwin Ajacalon was struck by a BMW sedan as he was biking along 23rd Street near Park Slope, police said. Officers arrived and found Ajacalon unconscious with major head trauma.  He was taken to the hospital where he was later pronounced dead. The driver of the BMW stayed on scene and […]

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