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Angela Steinfurth denied supervision, back in jail on $100K bond

Angela Steinfurth appeared in court again Wednesday, where she was denied supervision and sent back to jail. Angela Steinfurth appeared in court again Wednesday, where she was denied supervision and sent back to jail.
TOLEDO, OH (Toledo News Now) -

Angela Steinfurth was back in court Wednesday morning, as her daughter's disappearance marks day 25.

Steinfurth's attorney asked the judge for supervision instead of remaining in jail. The judge denied the request and set her bond at $100,000.

Originally, Steinfurth was in municipal court arrested on a felonious child endangering charge. However, that charge was dropped earlier this week and switched with an indictment by a grand jury on an obstructing justice charge, which is also a felony.

Steinfurth is back in the Lucas County Jail, where she has been for two weeks. She will return to court July 24.

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