Jan 29th, 2014 Sex Slavery Arrest in Sarasota Case Girl sold Online: A Bradenton Fl man has been charged with human trafficking a 15-year-old runaway. Elroy Johnson, 38, was arrested Monday, according to the Manatee County Sheriff's Office. The girl said she was picked up by a guy named "Coby" — later identified as Elroy Johnson — on Jan. 19 near Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard in Newtown Sarasota Fl. She agreed to ride around with him, and he allegedly gave her marijuana, according to the sheriff's office. The girl reported that Johnson also gave her alcohol that she believed may have been drugged, his arrest report states. Over the course of that night, she and Johnson had sex in the back of his SUV three times, his arrest report states. Johnson allegedly took a photo of the girl and posted it to www.backpage.com. The girl told deputies she saw an advertisement with her picture and similar postings all with Johnson's phone number listed. See http://sarasota.backpage.com/FemaleEscorts/. Elroy Johnson allegedly drove the girl to GardenWalk apartments, 5310 26th St. W., Bradenton, where she was supposed to have sex with a 27-year-old man. She was to be paid $200 for one hour, and that money would be split between her and Johnson, his arrest report states, read more CLICK HERE.
Missing Patricia Scala resembles missing Alivia Kail who has long blond hair, 5′ 1″ tall and 109 lbs, 19 years old, went missing Friday 3/05/2011 from the Pittsburgh PA area on a trip to Miami Florida. Kail told family she was going to Florida with a boyfriend for the second time after returning only days earlier from Florida. Family members became concerned when her phone was shut off for nonpayment after she failed to answer for days and was not making contact with them, or her friends. This was out of character.
FBI: Alivia Kail may have been abducted into sex slavery in Florida. According to the FBI, the case of a missing Brookline girl has taken a major twist. Channel 11’s Alan Jennings confirmed Tuesday that the FBI believes Alivia Kail is still alive, and she may be a victim of sex trafficking in Florida.
FBI PITTSBURGH —Alivia Kail has been missing for over two years, but the young Mount Washington woman may still be alive and caught up in an out-of-state human trafficking ring against her will. Allegheny County Police Superintendent Charles Moffatt said that's one of several possible explanations for what happened to Kail, whose case remains under investigation. "We're still looking at any financial trail, any kind of a paper trail or any sightings, but it's very possible that Alivia's alive in some other part of the country, or the world for that matter, being used in this manner," said Moffatt. "You can rest assured we have not given up on Alivia Kail, be she deceased or alive." The theory surfaced at Heinz Field, where the FBI was hosting a conference to raise awareness and educate the Pittsburgh area about the subject of human trafficking.
Bill Warner Private Investigator Sarasota Fl at www.wbipi.com