(WXYZ) — Floyd Galloway has been charged with murder in the two-year disappearance of Danielle Stislicki.
Danielle was last seen on Dec. 2, 2016, at the Raleigh Officentre complex at 10 Mile and Telegraph in Southfield where she worked.
She was reportedly supposed to meet a friend the night of December 2, but never showed up. Her body has never been found.
Galloway used to work as a security guard at Stislicki's place of work. After her disappearance, police searched his home, taking away a mattress as possible evidence.
Galloway was sentenced 18-35 years in prison prison in December 2017 for the kidnapping, assault with intent to commit sexual conduct and assault by strangulation in connection to an attack on a Livonia jogger in September 2016, about two months before Stislicki went missing.
Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel officially announced he was charged with first degree pre-meditated murder during a new conference Tuesday.
“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 in a news release. “Moving forward with the evidence that has been gathered, we feel our daughter Danielle Ann Stislicki will receive the justice she deserves.”
Galloway is scheduled to be arraigned at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday in 47th District Court in Farmington Hills.
Jaime Powell Horowitz has been appointed as a Special Assistant Attorney General to prosecute the case. She is a Special Prosecutor working for Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worth.