Tina Adovasio

Photo/Coello (CBS 2), Adovasio (Handout)

Eddy Coello Indicted In Strangulation Death Of Wife Tina Adovasio

Coello will be back in court Friday to be arraigned on the charge of second-degree murder.


Tina Adovasio (handout)

Ex-Cop Husband Of Slain Bronx Mom Tina Adovasio Arraigned

The day after Tina Adovasio, a Bronx mother of four, was laid to rest, her husband, former NYPD officer Edwin Coello, was arraigned.


Tina Adovasio (handout)

Eddy Coello Charged With Murder On Day Of Slain Wife’s Funeral

Eddy Coello was stoic Tuesday night as he walked through a gauntlet of cameras and profanities outside the 45th Precinct, where he was booked.


Adovasio (Handout), Indian Point Nuclear Plant (Flickr), Breitkopf (Nassau Co. Police)

The Week In Review: Nuclear Concerns, Unspeakable Tragedy & Irish Pride

By Philip J. Victor, CBSNewYork.com The week in the Tri-State area was one marked by tragic deaths and safety concerns.  Two New York police officers were killed in very different incidents.  A New York City […]


Tina Adovasio (Photo/Handout)

NYPD: Bronx Mom Tina Adovasio Was Suffocated

Tina Adovasio also suffered blunt trauma to the head and chest, according to police. Her body was found Wednesday in a wooded area just south of the Taconic Parkway in Yorktown Heights.


Tina Adovasio (Photo/Handout)

Missing Mom Adovasio’s Hubby Talks To Cops, But Refuses DNA Test

Police confirmed Thursday that the body found in Westchester County is a missing mother of four from the Bronx. Her estranged husband turned himself in and then refused to take a DNA test.


Tina Adovasio (Photo/Handout)

Body Found In Yorktown Heights May Be Missing Bronx Mom

A body found in Westchester County on Wednesday night could be that of a missing Bronx woman. A resident riding an ATV discovered a body just south of the Taconic State Parkway exit ramp.


Tina Adovasio (Photo/Handout)

Search On For Bronx Mother Of 4 Missing Since Friday

Authorities said 40-year-old Tina Adovasio was last seen at her home at 1166 Edison Avenue in the Bronx around 9 p.m. on March 11.