The last time anyone saw or heard from Danielle Stislicki was December 2, 2016 when she was leaving her job at MetLife in Southfield.
More than two years later, it is being reported that despite Danielle's body not being located, murder charges are expected to be filed. Floyd Galloway has been a person of interest in Danielle's disappearance since the beginning and now there appears to be enough circumstantial evidence to bring about charges.
Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel is expected to hold a press conference at 1:45 p.m. Tuesday with members of Stislicki's family and law enforcement to announce the latest information on the case.

Floyd Galloway is a former security guard at MetLife, where Stislicki worked. He is already in prison after pleading guilty to an attempted sexual assault along a Hines Park jogging trail in Livonia.

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 his home. Galloway has denied knowing what happened to Stislicki.

Farmington Hills police poured over "hundreds of pieces of evidence" in the case, served dozens of search warrants leading to this point.

Stislicki was last seen leaving her job at MetLife in the 25000 block of Telegraph Road in Southfield on December 2, 2016. She was planning to meet a friend for dinner after work. Stislicki left work about 5 p.m. that day. However, she never showed up to dinner and did not communicate to her friend. She was last seen wearing blue jeans, a black zip-up shirt, a blue Eddie Bauer coat and burgundy boots. On December 3, 2016, Stislicki's Jeep Renegade was found parked just 8 feet from her apartment door. Her purse was left in the SUV. The Jeep was left at her home near Halsted Road and Grand River Avenue in Farmington Hills, even though Stislicki was last seen at her workplace in Southfield.