An Ohio woman charged with obstruction won't be allowed to leave jail for the funeral of her toddler, who was missing for months before her remains were found in a garage.
TOLEDO, Ohio - The boyfriend of a missing Ohio toddler's mother is being held in jail after police say he lied to investigators about the child's disappearance.
Steven King II appeared in court Tuesday morning in Toledo where a judge set his bond at $250,000.
King's attorney had argued for a lower amount and told the judge that 23-year-old was not facing a violent charge. King told reporters after his arrest Monday that he is innocent.
Elaina Steinfurth disappeared from her Toledo neighborhood June 2. Volunteers and authorities have searched all over Toledo for the 19-month-old girl.
The child's mother, 25-year-old Angela Steinfurth, remains jailed after being charged with obstructing official business in her daughter's disappearance.
A funeral is planned Saturday for the northwest Ohio toddler who was missing for months before her skeletal remains were found inside a box in the rafters of a garage.
Human remains found in a box in the rafters of a garage are those of a toddler last seen about three months ago inside a house on the same property, police said Tuesday.
Human remains found in the rafters of a garage are likely that of a toddler last seen about three months ago inside a house on the same property, police said Friday.
Toledo police found a box of possible human remains while investigating new information in the disappearance of missing toddler Elaina Steinfurth.
The boyfriend of a missing Ohio toddler's mother is being held in jail after police say he lied to investigators about the child's disappearance.
The family of a missing baby in Toledo says it's decided to scale back its search efforts.