|Full name||Kayla Pieterse|
|Cause of death||Electrocution|
|First appeared||Case #19 God Save the Father|
Kayla was 29-year-old bartender.She had shoulder-length curly blonde hair swept to the left, and also had green eyes.She donned white shirt and a dark blue scarf with white triangle patterns.
Kayla became a suspect after she identified victim as her uncle.She said that her uncle decided to turn religious and that before he was really abusive to his mother.
Kayla was spoken to again after Chief told the team that he was making a mess at the crime scene. She explained she needed to find some ''private'' pictures victim took of her.She said that when he was drunk and awful,he was doing really bad stuff,but everything changed because he became a priest.
Kayla was found innocent after team arrested Eleanor Longdorn for this crime.
However in AI,it was confirmed that Von Pratt was a vampire and that her real uncle was killed earlier by his lookalike and our current victim.
Kayla was interrogated after team found out that she was a bartender at halloween party.She said that she was,but she would never poison someone's drink.
Kayla was interrogated again after team found out that she had a crush on Diego.She said that she loved him,but he never realized that,and that made her a little bit angry.
Kayla was found innocent again after team arrested Hans Vogel for a crime.
Kayla was found electrocuted in The Venom's cave.Megan Alan said that killer soaked in her with water while she was changing a light bulb.She found traces of baking soda over Kayla's hair which means that the killer uses baking soda.
After this investigation,team arrested banker Coleen Truman for a murder.Coleen said that she had to kill Kayla in order to save her business because Kayla spotted her using fake cheques and fake money.Since she didn't want to make her business fall,she sneaked into cave,filled a bucket of water and splashed Kayla while she was changing a lightbulb,making her die from electric shock.Judge Eva Rose sentenced her to 25 years in prison without any chance for parole.