March 9, 2019
Floyd Galloway Jr.
While joggers seem to enjoy murdering their knees, they don’t tend to like getting murdered outright.
But that’s exactly what will happen when blacks are around.
A man who is in prison for an attack on a jogger in Hines Park was arraigned Wednesday on a murder charge 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 Wednesday morning on a premeditated first-degree murder charge. A plea of not guilty was entered on his behalf.
“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.