Vital Statistics at Time of Disappearance
Missing Since: October 26, 1989 from Radcliff, Kentucky
Classification: Non-Family Abduction
Date Of Birth: November 26, 1983
Age: 5 years old
Height and Weight: 2'9, 40 pounds
Distinguishing Characteristics: Black hair, brown eyes. Alexandria has a blue discoloration on the base of her spine. Her nickname is Alex.
Clothing Description: A blue denim skirt, a white blouse, and white tennis shoes.

Details of Disappearance
Alexandria was last seen playing outside of her family's residence in Radcliff, Kentucky on October 23, 1989. She has never been seen again. A missing child report was filed by her family on October 26, three days later.

Alexandria's father and stepmother, Thomas and Roxanne Suleski, moved to Los Angeles, California after her disappearance. In 1993, they were arrested. They were initially charged only with making false statements about Alexandria's disappearance, but they were later charged with abusing, kidnapping and murdering the child.

Alexandria's teenage stepsister testified that Alexandria was regularly abused by Roxanne prior to her 1989 disappearance. Her stepsister also stated that she witnessed Roxanne place Alexandria inside of two large plastic trash bags and made her stay there all day as punishment for her soiling herself on October 23, 1989, three days before the family filed a missing person report on the child. Roxanne then began to abuse another of her stepchildren while Alexandria was confined. Roxanne discovered that Alexandria was deceased the following morning, October 24, 1989. She tried to revive the child using medical resuscitation techniques and failed. Thomas allegedly buried Alexandria's body in Otter Creek Park in Meade County, Kentucky. Alexandria's stepsister stated Thomas told her he later dug up the body and destroyed it.

Thomas and Roxanne maintained their innocence, but were convicted of all charges in 1994 and sentenced to life with no chance of parole for 25 years. They could have gotten the death penalty. The Suleskis' defense attorneys petitioned the court to set their sentences aside in early 2001, but the requests were denied. Alexandria has never been located. Her case continues to be listed as a Non-Family Abduction with most missing children's agencies.