Steven King to return to court Tuesday in baby Elaina case

<font size="2">No homicide charges have been filed in Elaina's death as of this time.</font>

A judge has pushed back another pre-trial hearing for the man who led investigators to the remains of missing east Toledo toddler Elaina Steinfurth.

Steven King appeared in court Monday morning after his case had been postponed for several months since his indictment on charges of obstruction of justice. King has been scheduled for a Tuesday, Dec.3 court appearance. A trial date of Monday, Dec. 9 still stands.

Autopsy results revealed the death of the east Toledo toddler had been ruled as a homicide, according to the Lucas County coroner. The coroner described Elaina's fractures to her arms and legs were consistent with "non-accidental trauma."

Toledo Police recovered
immature human skeletal remains
in September at a detached garage, at 704 Federal St., that belonged to Steven King's mother.

Steven King tells Toledo Police where to find Elaina Steinfurth remains

King along with Elaina's mother, Angela Steinfurth, were the last two people seen before the baby was reported missing in June. Steinfurth has also been behind bars on an obstruction of justice charge. Her next court appearance is also scheduled for Tuesday, Dec. 3.

No homicide charges have been filed in Elaina's death as of this time.