Murder charge filed in missing MI woman’s case

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(WDIV/NBC News) A Michigan man has been charged with the murder of a woman who disappeared two years ago without a trace.

Danielle Stislicki’s body was never found.

Her parents have spent two years hoping for a break in the case, and they got it Tuesday when Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel filed a first-degree premeditated murder charge against Floyd Galloway, Jr.

The Stislicki family looked on as Nessel made the announcement. The charge comes after more than 75 search warrants were issued on the case.

“This is about Danielle, for the justice, for not only her, but for other families who have been told, ‘You can’t move any further because there isn’t a body,'” her mother, Ann Stislicki, said.

Ann Stislicki’s comments come after more than two years of mystery and heartbreak since her daughter’s disappearance.

“I’m very confident in the evidence that exists right now,” Nessel said. “I will tell you that I’ve seen multiple cases without a body that were successfully prosecuted, and I feel like that will be what happens here, irrespective of whether Danielle’s remains have been found.”

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