What we know about person of interest's connection to Danielle Stislicki

Posted at 12:12 PM, Jun 28, 2017

Floyd Galloway Jr., the man police have named a person of interest in Danielle Stislicki's disappearance, was arraigned Wednesday on a separate case involving an attack on a Livonia jogger. 


Farmington Hills police say the 30-year-old resident of Berkley met Stislicki at MetLife in Southfield, her place of work. Galloway Jr. used to be a guard with a contracted company that provided security for MetLife, according to police. 

After Stislicki's disappearance, police searched Galloway Jr.'s home, taking a mattress away as possible evidence.

Stislicki was last seen on December 2 after leaving work. Investigators say Stislicki's car was found outside of her residence at Independence Green Apartments in Farmington Hills on December 3. 

She was supposed to meet her friend on the night of December 2, but never showed up.