DETROIT - The mother of Danielle Stislicki had a message for the person of interest in her disappearance after he was sentenced to prison time for assaulting a jogger at Hines Park.
Rich and Ann Stislicki were in court as Floyd Galloway, 30, was sentenced to 16 to 35 years for the attack and attempted rape.
"We're thankful that predator has been removed from the greater community at this point," Rich Stislicki said.
The Stislickis told Local 4 in June that the Hines Park case was separate for their daughter's, and wanted the focus to be on the jogging victim.
Now that Galloway has been sentenced in the Hines Park case, Ann Stislicki had a message for him.
"Floyd, my message to you at this point is no longer, 'We're going to be here,' because you already know that," Ann Stislicki said. "We know things. Danielle had spoken to me about you, and the police know that as well.
"So when you're in that cell, and you're thinking about what you did and what you should do, you need to do the right thing."
Ann Stislicki said Galloway "will not know what we have, but we will pounce."
"We have an extraordinary case," Ann Stislicki said. "We have extraordinary people involved in law enforcement and in our community."
She said she is convinced Galloway knows where her daughter is.
"I am convinced, yes," Ann Stislicki said. "I won't divulge, because I will have our day in court."
Police said in late November that they had executed 74 search warrants in Danielle Stislicki's case.
"We feel very strongly we are going to solve this case," Farmington Hills Police Chief Chuck Nebus said. "We are very optimistic."
You can watch Karen Drew's full interview with Ann Stislicki in the video posted above.
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