On Monday, December 2, three years will have passed since Danielle Stislicki, then 28, disappeared after leaving her job at MetLife in Southfield.
While her whereabouts are still unknown, a former security guard in the building where she worked now stands accused of murder. Floyd Galloway is currently serving a 16-35 year prison sentence for choking and attempting to rape a jogger in Hines Park, an incident that happened three months before Stislicki disappeared.
In March, Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel announced that her office would charge Galloway with first degree premeditated murder. Following a September preliminary exam, 47th District Court Judge James Brady bound Galloway over for trial in Oakland County’s Sixth Circuit Court.
A trial date of January 27, 2020 has been set. According to information on Oakland County’s website, a preliminary hearing will be held on December 12.