Thursday, April 24 2014 3:47 PM EDT2014-04-24 19:47:30 GMT
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Angela Steinfurth, mother of Elaina Steinfurth, faced a judge in Toledo Municipal Court this morning with tears streaming down her face. She was arraigned on one charge on child endangering.
Judge Robert Christiansen set her bond at $250,000.
Angela was crying while Judge Christiansen read her charge to her for her arraignment.
According to court documents, Angela did admit to officers that she was aware that Elaina sustained a "serious physical injury." The documents go on to say Angela knew Elaina needed medical treatment but failed to ensure she got the necessary medical treatment for that injury.
Elaina Steinfurth still has not been found.
Her next court date is June 20th.
To read the whole story of the disappearance, including full interviews and an interactive timeline, click here.
Editor's Note: Earlier articles mention Angela as "Angela Mories." This is the name she was booked under at the jail. The name she was arraigned on this morning is Steinfurth.
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Friday, April 25 2014 2:00 AM EDT2014-04-25 06:00:45 GMT
Augusta businessman Rick Allen is responding to controversy generated by his recently released campaign ad. Allen is running in the Republican Primary for Georgia's 12th Congressional District seat. InMore >>
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Thursday, April 24 2014 8:32 PM EDT2014-04-25 00:32:25 GMT
We first reported on Tuesday about a Columbia County woman named Melanie Lee that went before a local school board, asking them to intervene after her son threaten other students and his own life. It'sMore >>
We first reported on Tuesday about a Columbia County woman named Melanie Lee that went before a local school board, asking them to intervene after her son threaten other students and his own life.More >>