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MI DANIELLE "DANI" STISLICKI: Missing from Farmington Hills, MI - 2 Dec 2016 - Age 28 *ARREST*

Discussion in 'Missing 2015 to Present' started by SheWhoMustNotBeNamed, Dec 20, 2016.

  1. Dobrev

    Dobrev Former Member

    It's been a long time coming! I'm so glad. Nothing that would be anything better was gonna come out of this case (like her being found alive). Justice needs to be served and he needs to pay for what he's done.
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  2. Dobrev

    Dobrev Former Member

    I'm so impatiently waiting on news for this case... :vigil:
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  3. Skitt

    Skitt Bronze Member

    We have waited for a long time, believing Galloway was involved. I will be thankful for this to finally bring Justice to the Stislicki family.

    (Hines Park is practically my in-law's backyard. Met Life, where Dani worked, is very close to my daughter and grandchildren's home. )
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  4. Skitt

    Skitt Bronze Member

    Interview with family on 2 year anniversary of Dani's disappearance included:


    DETROIT - The man who was considered a person of interest in Danielle Stislicki's disappearance will now face a murder charge in connection to the case.

    Floyd Galloway Jr. is in prison serving 16-35 years after admitting to strangling and sexually assaulting a jogger in Hines Park in Livonia just a few months before Stislicki disappeared. Galloway has never been charged in Stislicki's case, until now.

    He faces a premeditated first-degree murder charge, according to a Monday court filing.

    • Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel is expected to make the official charging announcement during a news conference Tuesday afternoon.
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  5. Skitt

    Skitt Bronze Member


    A murder charge has been filed against a longtime suspect in the disappearance of Danielle Stislicki.

    A charge of premeditated first-degree murder was filed Monday in 47th District Court in Farmington Hills against 32-year-old Floyd Russell Galloway, according to online court records.

    The charge comes the same day Attorney General Dana Nessel announced a Tuesday press conference to discuss a two-year southeast Michigan homicide investigation that’s been “highly visible.”

    Nessel’s office declined to say which case would be discussed at the press conference. Farmington Hills police declined to comment on the Stislicki investigation when reached Monday by The News.
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  6. Skitt

    Skitt Bronze Member

  7. Dobrev

    Dobrev Former Member

    Thanks for the updates Skitt. I’m so relieved. If Tammy Moorer can get 30 years for kidnapping Heather Elvis without a body, then it’s Floyds time. No more hiding behind those who protect him.

    Rest in Heaven, Danielle.
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  8. Dobrev

    Dobrev Former Member

    Floyd Galloway charged with first-degree premeditated murder of Danielle Stislicki

    Galloway is expected to be arraigned Wednesday in Farmington Hills.

    "This is about Danielle, for the justice, for not only her, but for other families who have been told, 'You can't move any further because there isn't a body,'" her mother, Ann Stislicki, said.

    Ann Stislicki's comments come after more than two years of mystery and heartbreak since her daughter's disappearance.

    "I'm very confident in the evidence that exists right now," Nessel said. "I will tell you that I've seen multiple cases without a body that were successfully prosecuted, and I feel like that will be what happens here, irrespective of whether Danielle's remains have been found."

    Galloway went to Shrine High School in Royal Oak, played sports and went to college before working as a security guard at MetLife in Southfield, where Danielle Stislicki and her mother worked.

    "I remember him being one of the few security guards that would extend himself," Ann Stislicki said. "You don't suspect someone like that."

    Karen sat down with the Stislickis in their Fowlerville home to talk about Galloway being charged. Ann Stislicki said that, looking back, there were some signs they should have paid attention to when she was with her daughter at work.

    "I would meet her in the cafeteria on her floor and we would have lunch together and he would appear there, which I thought was strange," Ann Stislicki said. "Not on a regular basis, but he was doing it and going to Danielle's cube, which she did mention to me that she was uncomfortable about that. I did ask whether or not that was something we needed to address with (human resources) or the company that he was working with and she felt that she had addressed it in the point of being very pointed and said, 'I don't think you should be up here.'"

  9. Dobrev

    Dobrev Former Member

    Danielle Stislicki's father: 'Floyd Galloway is a serial killer'

    OUTHFIELD, Mich. (FOX 2) - The Michigan attorney general is taking over the case of Danielle Stislicki and announcing murder charges filed against the prime suspect in her disappearance.

    Attorney general Dana Nessel's office is taking over the case and filing murder charges against Floyd Galloway. Galloway was charged Monday but has not yet been arraigned on the charges.

    "We know that she's no longer with us, however, she is still missing," Ann Stislicki said.

    Nessel's said the longer that they way to take action, there's a more of a risk that there will be issues with evidence - memories fade, people move, etc.

    "I felt that we had enough evidence to move forward that we did so as quickly as possible," she said.

    Farmington Hills Police Chief Chuck Nebus said they believe Galloway tried to hide evidence along the way.

    Stislicki went missing on December 2, 2016. The 28-year-old was last seen that day leaving her job at MetLife in Southfield. Galloway was a former security guard there and has been considered a person of interest in her disappearance.

    Galloway is in prison right now for an unrelated case in which he tried to rape a jogger in Livonia a few months before Stislicki disappeared. Over the course of the investigation, we've been told several dozen search warrants had been executed at various places connected to Galloway in connection with this case. In one instance, investigators searched his home three weeks after her disappearance and removed a bed, and even a section of flooring. Authorities have never said if that evidence was related to Stislicki.

    Meanwhile, Farmington Hills police wrote #FindDani on squad cars to keep the search alive. Flyers were also posted in dozens of businesses in surrounding cities. In December of 2018, a reward reached $129,000 for information on her whereabouts.

    In the two years since she disappeared, Galloway had not been charged in connection to Stislicki's case before now.

  10. Dobrev

    Dobrev Former Member

    Ann Stislicki has confirmed via Facebook that Michigan has declared Danielle legally deceased.
  11. Skitt

    Skitt Bronze Member

    I know it was expected, but this felt like a bit thud :candle: RIP, Dani . Justice is coming
  12. ima.grandma

    ima.grandma Believer of Miracles

    A man who is in prison for an attack on a jogger inHines Park was charged with murder in connection to the case of Danielle Stislicki, who vanished more than two years ago.

    Floyd Galloway Jr. is in prison serving 16-35 years after admitting to strangling and sexually assaulting a jogger in Hines Park in Livonia just a few months before Stislicki disappeared in December 2016. Galloway has never been charged in Stislicki's case, until now.

    He was arraigned earlier this month on a premeditated first-degree murder charge. A plea of not guilty was entered on his behalf.

    Galloway appeared in court Friday morning via video conference for a probable cause hearing. His next appearence is April 19.

    Read more about Galloway's relation to the Stislicki family had here.

    "It is alleged in the complaint and warrant before the court that on or about Dec. 2, 2016 in the city of Farmington Hills that you did deliberately with the intent to kill, and with premeditation, kill and murder one Danielle Stislicki. This is a felony punishable by life without parole. Do you understand the charge against you?" said Judge James Brady, of the 47th District Court. Galloway said yes. His next court date is scheduled for Friday, March 15. That will be a preliminary examination conference hearing.

    New AG announces charge
    Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel, who took office Jan. 1, said she reviewed the case with the Farmington Hills police department and felt charges were warranted.

    "Two years is a long time to wait for this to happen," said Nessel during a news conference Tuesday. "I don't know that there's anymore evidence, but what tends to happen is, the longer you wait, the more you risk that there's issues with the evidence."

    We felt we had enough evidence to move forward, as quickly as possible. I'm very confident with the evidence we have right now," Nessel added, saying evidence will be presented during the case.

    Nessel said she believes the evidence is strong enough, even without the discovery of Stislicki's body.

    “This young woman had everything to live for,” said Nessel. “Her disappearance more than two years ago has left a hole in her family and they deserve justice. The Farmington Hills Police Department has gone to extraordinary lengths to uncover every piece of evidence available. That evidence is compelling.”

    “We are very grateful that the Attorney General's office is taking charge of Danielle’s case,” said the Stislicki family. “Moving forward with the evidence that has been gathered, we feel our daughter Danielle Ann Stislicki will receive the justice she deserves.”

    Stislicki missing since December 2016
    Stislicki, 28, of Farmington Hills, was last seen Dec. 2, 2016 leaving her job at MetLifein the 25000 block of Telegraph Road in Southfield. She was planning to meet a friend for dinner after work.

    "That particular day she was scheduled to work longer. And because things were a little slow she asked, after getting a request from a friend, whether or not it would be OK if she left early," said Stislicki's father, Richard Stislicki.

    More @ https://www.clickondetroit.com/news...-in-danielle-stislicki-case-has-court-hearing
    Last edited: Mar 31, 2019
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  13. Summer_breeze

    Summer_breeze Blowing through the Jasmine in my mind

    Records sealed in Danielle Stislicki murder case ... for now

    Susan Vela, Hometownlife.com Published 11:44 a.m. ET April 23, 2019

    For the time being, records remain sealed in the high-profile case of Floyd Galloway, who is accused of killing a Farmington Hills woman, whose body still hasn’t been found.

    Judge James Brady of the 47th District Court in Farmington Hills next reviews motions filed in the case on May 22.
  14. SheWhoMustNotBeNamed

    SheWhoMustNotBeNamed Administrator Staff Member

    One of last people to see Danielle Stislicki testifies he saw her with Floyd Galloway

    One of the last people to see Danielle Stislicki alive took the stand Monday during a preliminary hearing and said he saw her with Floyd Galloway -- the man charged with murdering her.

    That was just one part of a long day of testimony in Farmington Hills, as the circumstantial evidence piled up against Galloway in the murder case with no body.

    "You saw Danielle?" a prosecutor asked.

    "Yes, I saw her," said Brandon Williams, Stislicki's co-worker.

    "Did you see someone in the vehicle with her?" the prosecutor asked.

    "Yes," Williams said.

    "Who was that?" the prosecutor asked.

    "The defendant," Williams said.

    Silvia Morris, a cab driver, testified that she picked up Galloway at a Tim Horton's restaurant about three-quarters of a mile from Stislicki's apartment that night.

    Restaurant surveillance video showed Galloway asking to use the phone, which he used to call the cab, officials said.

    "How was Mr. Galloway behaving?" the prosecutor asked.

    "Calmly," Morris said. "Real calm."

    Detectives testified that Stislicki's key chain and Fitbit were found between the walk from her apartment and the Tim Horton's that Galloway visited that night.

    There were gaps in the courtroom when prosecutors showed surveillance video of what they believe to be Stislicki's car heading toward Galloway's home the night of her disappearance.

    "That appears to be Danielle Stislicki's vehicle," Farmington Hills police Detective Ryan Molloy said. "You can see the very significant dirt area on her car."

    Evidence included a receipt and video surveillance from two days after Stislicki's disappearance showing Galloway went into a Bed Bath & Beyond in Beverly Hills to purchase a white comforter.

    "What was unusual?" the prosecutor asked.

    "Just the relevance of the case," Molloy said. "She goes missing. You have a new comforter on the bed. He doesn't make a lot of money. That's a pretty -- that's a lot of money purchase."

    Detectives also talked about a patch of carpeting that was clearly replaced in Galloway's master bedroom. They said there were carpet remnants in the trash.

    Officials hope to tie in the fact that carpet was replaced and a comforter was replaced just days after Stislicki went missing.

    Galloway's defense maintains the evidence is circumstantial. They said the fact that he was at a Tim Horton's near her apartment was a coincidence and argued that there are a lot of cars that look like Stislicki's.

    There were also text messages between Stislicki and Galloway, officials said.

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