Michigan’s Attorney General, Dana Nessel, has announced that charges has been filed in the case of Danielle Stislicki’s disapperance.
Danielle was supposed to meet up with a friend for dinner on December 2nd, 2016, but didn’t show up. Her car was found with her purse locked inside, outside her apartment complex.
“Right from the beginning we knew things were very wrong, this was not just another missing case where somebody had run away or we were going to find somebody right away,” said Farmington Hills Police Chief Chuck Nebus.
The Attorney General’s office has filed a charge for pre-meditated first degree murder against Floyd Galloway Jr.
Nessel said her prosecutors have enough evidence to follow through with the charges, even with no body.
“We are obviously going to be prosecuting your daughters killer and we will not rest until she gets the justice that she deserves,” said Nessel.
Galloway was a security guard at Danielle’s work in Southfield, and has been a person of interest since July of 2016. Farmington Hills Police filed 77 warrants to search Galloway’s home, but found nothing to relate to Danielle’s disappearance, but did find something.
Police say they were able to find evidence to charge him with an unsolved case involving an attempted sexual assault back in September of 2016, right before Danielle disappeared. Galloway had attacked a jogger in a park and attempted to rape her.
It’s been 823 days since Danielle Stislicki went missing. Police and the family is not expecting to find Danielle alive, but is not giving up hope on finding Danielle’s body.
“For today and moving forward, and in my mind, this is about Danielle Stilslicki, and the justice for not only her but for other families who are missing who have been told that you can’t move any farther because there isn’t a body,” said Danielle’s mother, Ann Stislicki.
Since her disappearance, her parents have both become active in the community, joining the Michigan’s Missing organization, hoping to bring awareness to every family still trying to find a loved one.
“We hope that the attention we get also pays it forward to the many missing in Michigan people,” said Danielles father, Rich Slislicki.
Her story has been highlighted across the state with the hashtag “#finddani.” From bracelets, shirts to even bumper stickers, the search for Danielle Stislicki is still ongoing.
Galloway will be formally charged tomorrow morning in Danielle’s case.