Alivia Christine Kail: 19-year-old missing from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Alivia Kail

UPDATE 2/6/17 –  New information from The Anti-Predator Project stated that Alivia and her dealer would make several trips a year from the Pittsburgh Pennsylvania area to the Naples/Miami area to pick up their supply and take it back to Pittsburgh. Along the way between Pittsburgh and Florida her dealer would stop and make Alivia and other girls dance in strip clubs for money. In early March of 2011, Alivia and her dealer made a trip to Florida but when he returned to Pittsburgh on March 6, she was not with him. He has not been cooperative with law enforcement but has made statements to third parties that lead us to believe Alivia may have been sold off to a trafficking operation in Florida to cover his expenses to his supplier. We have found nothing to support this substantially and there are several different theories still in play regarding this case. We are looking for anyone that may have some information that could help us out.  If you have any information, please contact The Anti-Predator Project here.

 


UPDATE  Jan 15, 2013 – The theory that Alivia may be held against her will, came up at a conference to raise awareness and educate the Pittsburgh area about the subject of human trafficking.

“They take women, get them into this sex trade and move them around the country, and that’s why, in some instances, it’s hard to trace them,” said Allegheny County Police Superintendent Charles Moffatt.

Editor’s note: If she is out there, someone will know. There is a specific group that has come forward anonymously and left tips of past girls that have been missing that resulted in their recovery. Please take a look at Alivia and if you recognize her and know where she is, please do what you did before and let us know. You were kept anonymous before and you will be this time.


Original Story 3/4/2011:   Police are pulling out all the stops to find 19-year-old Alivia Christine Kail of Mt. Washington, Pennsylvania,who has been missing since March 5, 2011. She was last seen by her brother, Lance Kail on March 4, in West Mifflen, when she stopped by to pick up some clothes and tell him that she was leaving to go to Florida with her boyfriend, Alexander Lorenzi. She has not been heard of since.  Since then police have picked up Alexander on drug charges, and also Alivia’s ex-boyfriend Zac Zilles, on a bench warrant.  If she did go to Florida, she didn’t go with Alexander, because he is still in Pittsburg.

On August 10, 2011, Alexander was charged for killing a dog. Samantina Perri left her dog, Armani, at Lorenzi’s home on Caledonia Way, according to police. When she got home the dog was dead. A veterinarian determined that the animal died of recent blunt-force trauma to the kidney and had suffered internal bleeding. Pittsburgh police were called to the residence because Lorenzi and Samuel Perri, Samatina’s father, were arguing. They learned about the dog’s deathand later Detectives arrested him on animal cruelty charges. They found him him standing near a pickup in the garage. He was attempting to dump a bag of suspected cocaine. He had $6,000 in case on him and assaulted a detective.
Police searched  Alexander Lorenzi’s home on the 3000 block of Orange Street in Esplen with several search warrants. There was a lot of stuff that was found in the truck: three spent shell casings, a pink tote bag filled with woman’s clothes, earrings, fishnet stockings, a cooler with ice, sandwiches and miscellaneous food, a white sheet with a possible blood stain on it, and a plane ticket from Pittsburgh to Ft. Myers dated February 27. In the garage itself, police found two 9mm shell casings inside a vacuum and a .22-caliber casing on the garage floor.  Alivia’s mother identified the woman’s clothes as her daughters.

August 2011  – I have just heard that a police officer is facing charges for running a call-girl service in Pittsburg. Evidently he was running a website and provided drugs and vehicles.  Now the police are saying they found a key ring that belongs to missing Alivia Kail inside one of those vehicles.  The officer was later identified as Pittsburgh Police Officer Michael Johns.

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