The man who pleaded guilty to assaulting a jogger in Hines Park in Livonia last year gave chilling testimony in court on Tuesday.
Floyd Galloway Jr. entered a guilty plea to kidnapping, assault with intent to commit sexual conduct and assault by strangulation in the September attack.
His testimony transcribed:
On September 4, 2016, about 7 p.m., I was at Hines Park in Livonia. I saw the woman jogging on the path I was walking on, as she passed me, I pulled her to the ground from behind…and put my arm around her neck. I restrained her by getting on top of her, hitting her and choking her. I did all of this in order to have sex with her. After a few minutes, I got off of her, let her go and I ran away. I did not have sex with her.
Galloway Jr. is now facing 16-35 years in prison. His sentencing is scheduled for December 8.
Galloway Jr. was named a person of interest in the disappearance of Farmington Hills woman Danielle Stislicki, who was last seen on Dec. 2, 2016.
Galloway Jr. used to work as a security guard at Stislicki's place of work. After her disappearance, police searched Galloway Jr.'s home