The baby Elaina autopsy results have emerged. Information regarding the toddler's DNA after a box of human remains was found in a garage last week will be known to the public Tuesday after the Toledo Police Department discuss the results with the Steinfurth family and prosecutor's office.
NorthwestOhio.com reports Sept. 9 that the Ohio Attorney General's office said Monday evening that they verbally released the results of DNA testing in the Elaina Steinfurth case to Toledo Police. At first the baby Elaina autopsy results were anticipated to take weeks to get results, but there was a sense of urgency in this case to get it moving a lot faster.
The Bureau of Criminal Investigation (BCI) lab reportedly worked all weekend to test immature human skeletal remains found last Thursday where baby Elaina was last seen June 2 -- at the home of her mother's ex-boyfriend, Steven King. A cardboard box with immature human remains inside was found stuffed in the rafters of a garaged detached from the home on King's property.
Both baby Elaina's mother, Angela Steinfurth, and her King are in jail held on charges of obstructing justice. Their stories have been inconsistent with authorities since the day she went missing.
On Sept. 10 the press and everyone heavily invested in this tragic story will learn the results of the baby Elaina autopsy just conducted.