Baby Elaina's body found: Toledo Police in Ohio have confirmed that human remains found in a box stuffed in garage rafters were that of the missing toddler. People reports Sept. 10 that autopsy results show DNA of the remains belonging to Elaina Steinfurth, the little girl who had been missing since June 2.
Last Thursday authorities found a cardboard box with immature human remains inside placed in a garage of the home belonging to Steven King, Jr., the ex-boyfriend of Elaina's mother, Angela Steinfurth.
Police informed family members that baby Elaina's baby was found after results of the autopsy came in at about 6:30 p.m. Monday night. An urgent investigation into the human remains was conducted after they were discovered in King's garage last week. Police had searched King's property numerous times, but the body was never found. According to the report just released, King's mother told a news station that her son had told police where Elaina's remains were.
Angela Seinfurth's step-father, Richard Schiewe, said baby Elaina's body was retrieved from where it was then put in the garage.
"Somebody went and got that body and put that body up there," Schiewe said.
Elaina's mother and Steven King, Jr. are held on charges for obstruction of justice. Their stories have changed multiple times and nothing has added up in any of their statements.