Human remains found last week in a Toledo, Ohio, home are those of missing 18-month-old Elaina Steinfurth, police confirmed Tuesday. The remains were discovered in a box in the detached garage of the home where the toddler was last seen before she was reported missing on June 2.
No charges have been filed in the death of the toddler, but her mother, Angela Steinfurth, and her mother's ex-boyfriend, Steven King, are both facing charges on obstruction of justice. King is accused of making false statements to investigators and his trial is set to begin October 7.
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While the discovery of baby Elaina's body has given some closure to the case, many questions still remain regarding what exactly happened to the toddler, who was responsible for her death and who knew about her death. Family members have questioned the living conditions of the home where Angela Steinfurth and her two children often stayed -- the home of Julie King. According to the police report, there was sewage overflowing from the toilet, dog feces on the utility room floor, and clothing piled on that same floor. Authorities actually declared the home "unfit for living" after baby Elaina went missing.
At the time of Elaina's disappearance, there were several people in the home, and now several people close to the case have spoken out. We've rounded up some of the key players in the case and a timeline of the day Elaina went missing.
Around 6:30 p.m. on June 1, Baby Elaina and her mom Angela Steinfurth are caught on surveillance video on the porch of the house belonging to Julie King, the mother of Angela's now ex-boyfriend -- Steven King. Julie King said in an interview she told Angela that she and her kids could stay at the house overnight.
Early the next morning, around 1 a.m. on June 2, a neighbor said he saw Angela and her "sometimes" boyfriend Steven King leave the house and return about 15 minutes later. Later that morning, Angela claimed, she woke up and found Elaina with a black eye and a bump on her nose, but she didn't know how the toddler was injured.
Around 2 p.m., Elaina's father, TJ Steinfurth, came to pick up the baby and his other daughter, Elaina's 4-year-old sister. Ginger Smith, Elaina's cousin, said in an interview that when TJ arrived, he and Angela got into an argument after Angela said he could take the older daughter, but not Elaina. When Angela finally said she would let TJ take the baby, she went inside for about 15 to 20 minutes, and then came back out screaming that Elaina was missing.
The whereabouts of ex-boyfriend Steven King during the hours immediately after Elaina was discovered missing are still in question. While baby Elaina's cousin said King left and didn't return until 4:30 p.m., King's mother said he was with her searching the area, including the garage.