Mother in court for preliminary hearing in missing baby Elaina Steinfurth case

Court said investigation rescheduled for Monday.

The mother of missing baby Elaina Steinfurth due in court for a preliminary hearing Thursday at 9 a.m. The court rescheduled for Monday.

Angela Steinfurth, 25, faced a judge Thursday, June 13 after she was arraigned on one count of child endangerment for her 18-month-old daughter who went missing Sunday, June 2. Steinfurth cried as the judge issued a $250,000 bond in Toledo Municipal court.

Elaina was last seen with Steinfurth at the home of her ex-boyfriend's mother. Toledo Police said Elaina sustained some injuries and Steinfurth did not seek medical treatment. Some family relatives are saying the child's disapperance could have been avoided.

Elaina's story has been making national headlines with host Jane Velez-Mitchell and on HLN's Nancy Grace show.

Volunteers are continuing to search for Elaina. Police are offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to Elaina's location.

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