Floyd Galloway Rejects Plea Deal Again In Kidnapping, Assault Case

DETROIT (WWJ) – A man charged with an attempted sexual assault in Hines Park in Livonia rejecting a plea deal Tuesday for the second time.

Thirty-year-old Floyd Galloway Jr. would face 15 to 35 years in prison if he pleaded guilty to kidnapping and assault.

He’s accused of attacking a 28-year-old jogger in September of last year.

Investigators say the victim was on a bike path, west of Levan, when the suspect attacked — strangling her and punching her in the face before dragging her into the woods toward the Rouge River. While she struggled, the man allegedly tried to take her clothes off, demanding sex — but the victim was able to fight him off and get away. She flagged down a passing motorist and used his phone to call 911 while the suspect fled on foot, police said.

Cell phone records and DNA tests helped make a case against Galloway, who was arrested and charged in the attack in June.

The attack on the Hines Park bicycle path happened two months before 28-year-old Danielle Stislicki went missing – Galloway has been questioned in the case.

Stislicki was last seen Dec. 2, 2016. She left her job at MetLife in Southfield and was supposed to meet a friend for dinner — but she never showed up. Her Jeep was found a day later, parked outside her home at the Independence Green apartments in the area of Halsted and Grand River in Farmington Hills — with her purse inside. Although police found no signs of a struggle, Ann Stislicki has said she suspects that her daughter was abducted.

Galloway’s house was searched a couple of weeks after Stislicki disappeared. Police didn’t say much about the search at the time, but neighbors say they saw officers taking a mattress and other items out of the 30-year-old’s home.

Galloway was also employed by a company contracted to provide security for MetLife, where Stislicki worked, at the time of her disappearance, according to police.

Although he has been called a suspect in Stislicki’s disappearance, he has not been charged in connection with that case. His attorney Jim Williams has said Galloway has been wrongfully linked to Stislicki and is innocent of all charges.

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