Oakland County man charged in Livonia Hines Park sexual assault case

Floyd Galloway held on $750,000 bond

Floyd Russell Galloway Jr.

LIVONIA, Mich. – An Oakland County man faces several charges in connection to a September attack on a woman who was jogging in Hines Park in Livonia.

Floyd Russell Galloway Jr., 30, is charged with kidnapping, criminal sexual conduct with intent to commit penetration, and assault with intent do great bodily harm by strangulation in connection to the attack on Sept 4, 2016. 

Prosecutors asked for a $1 million bond. The judge set bond at $750,000 cash surety. 

Galloway, of Berkley, is considered a person of interest in the missing case of 28-year-old Danielle Stislicki. Stislicki has been missing since Dec. 2, 2016. 

View: Timeline in Danielle Stislicki missing case

Meanwhile, Allen Park police said they are working with Livonia police to find out if a sketch they have for a sexual assault suspect is the same suspect in the Livonia Hines Park case. 

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