An east Toledo mother and her ex-boyriend, once charge with obstruction of justice in the case of her missing daughter, have been indicted on charges they murdered the baby.
Angela Steinfurth has been indicted by a Lucas County grand jury for the death of Elaina Steinfurth. The toddler went missing from the Federal Street home Angela shared with her then boyfriend Steven King.
King faces charges of aggravated murder, tampering with evidence, and abuse of a corpse.
The toddler's skeletal remains were found in a detached garage at the Federal Street home, belonging to King??s family, in September. WNWO spoke to King??s mother who said her son directed investigators to Elaina??s location.READ: Steven King tells Toledo Police where to find Elaina Steinfurth remains
Steinfurth was to appear in court Tuesday on an original obstruction of justice charge. King appeared in court Monday morning for a pre-trial hearing on his obstruction of justice charge. Reports indicated a plea deal may have been in the works. Hours later, prosecutors returned with murder indictments for both suspects.