Murder charge pending against suspect in Stislicki disappearance

According to court records, a first degree murder charge is now pending against Floyd Galloway, Jr., the only named suspect in the disappearance of Farmington Hills resident Danielle Stislicki.

Stislicki, 28, was last seen leaving her Southfield workplace on December 2, 2016. Farmington Hills Police Department in 2017 identified Galloway, a former security guard in the building where Stislicki worked, as a “person of interest”.

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In November 2017, he confessed to choking and attempting to rape a jogger in Hines Park, three months before Stislicki’s disappearance. Galloway, 32, is serving a 16-35 year sentence on charges related to that crime.

On Monday morning, WJBK-TV’s Charlie Langton reported that Attorney General Dana Nessel will hold a Tuesday press conference about charges connected to a high profile case. Around 3 p.m., The Detroit News reported that online court records showed the murder charge had been filed against Galloway.

The court website shows 47th District Court Judge James Brady as the judge of record, with the charge filed by the State of Michigan listed as “pending”.

Nessel and the police department have both declined to comment in advance of the press conference, both news outlets reported.

The Stislicki family maintains a website,, where visitors can download fliers and learn how to help with the search, and a Facebook page, which is frequently updated.

A $129,000 reward for information remains available, with contributions from a GoFundMe campaign, her employer, MetLife, and the owners of her apartment complex, Independence Green. If you have any information about Danielle Stislicki’s disappearance, contact Farmington Hills police, 248-871-2610.




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