St. Luke's Hospital
Stephanie and Ron Lenz, Woodville, girl, April 2.
Mercy St. Vincent Medical Center
Angelique and Alexander Hennessy, Rossford, boy, April 2.
Kelsi and Terry Quinn, Blissfield, boy, April 2.
Jacqueline and Andrew Szymanski, Monclova, boy, April 2.
Lindsay and Matt Smith, Whitehouse, girl, April 2.
Michelle and Richard Langenderfer, Swanton, boy, April 2.
Valerie and Brian Josephson, Toledo, girl, April 1.
Shevon Golladay, Toledo, girl, April 1.
Ramla and Akram Mahmoud, Toledo, girl, March 31.
Williams, Marlene, 67, Globe Avenue, leukemia.
Wood, Taralynn, 10, Hamilton Street, accident.
Young, Lucile, 98, Perrysburg-Holland Road, Holland, cancer.
Graham Walker and Michael Little, threatened with handgun by man who fired shots outside bar in 1300 block of Front.
Family Dollar, clerk assaulted and robbed of air fresheners at chain store in 400 block of East Broadway.
Mouhamad Jaber, robbed of wallet with debit card and Social Security card in parking lot in 2100 block of South Reynolds.
Bradley Heaton, 4700 block of Willys, cash.
Ebony Harris, 1400 block of Buckingham, video game system with games and controllers.
Vasil Nedeski, 5000 block of Lewis, television, microwave oven, DVD player with DVDs, and wood burner.
Vernon Cannon, 2200 block of Upton, two flat-screen televisions, digital camera, and cash in sock.
Albert Wyman, 4100 block of Redondo, jewelry and jar of coins.
Richard Sosa, 1200 block of Broadway, DVD player, stereo system with CD player, and medicines.
Anthony Adams, 1500 block of Avondale, three mink coats, three leather coats, two flat-screen televisions, and laptop computer.
Tyson Fankhauser, 100 block of West Park, kitchen sink and copper.
CitiMortgage, Inc., 4400 block of Pennfield, copper plumbing.
Chase Home Finance, LLC, 1700 block of Berkshire, copper.
Florene Hicks, 300 block of Havre, gas and water pipes, circuit breaker box, and aluminum ladder.
Kenneth Hester, 900 block of Hoag, mountain bike, video game system, and computer with flat-screen monitor and keyboard.
Keith Allison, 1700 block of Calumet, furnace, water heater, and copper pipes.
Ricardo Sanchez, 300 block of Elm, wallet and medicine.
Danita Bond, 3600 block of Cecelia, laptop computer, two video game systems, and alligator shoes.
Ronald Reick, 300 block of California, laptop computer, jewelry boxes with jewelry, and pillowcase.
Richard Walinski, 2600 block of Densmore, 100-150 feet of copper pipe.
Ebony Hernandez, 400 block of Frank, flat-screen television, cash, and three pairs of tennis shoes.
Donald Brown, 400 block of Victoria, flat-screen television and jewelry.
Annie Garmon, 1500 block of Nebraska, copper plumbing, water heater, furniture, and aluminum siding.
Brianne Mason, 5900 block of Walnut, three laptop computers, two iPods, flat-screen television, two video game systems with games and controllers, three smartphones, Blu-ray player, movies, cash, prescription glasses, brand-name sunglasses, jewelry, two digital cameras, clothes, shoes, purses, perfume, and contact lenses.
Michelle Quitter, 1600 block of Kelsey, 60 feet of copper pipe.
Jolly Roger Sailing Club, 5900 block of Edgewater, two bank bags with cash, flat-screen television, and six boxes of liquor.
Heidi Jones, 4700 block of Willys, flat-screen television.
William Sullivan, 2000 block of Hoops, flat-screen televisions, desktop computer, and surround sound amplifier.
Ronald Coleman, 2300 block of Warren, flat-screen television, cash, and jewelry.
Christopher Thompson, 1900 block of Upton, laptop computer, jewelry, and cash.
Heather Orth, 1000 block of Walbridge, video game system.
Brightside Academy, 1200 block of City Park, computer, telephone, and food.
Renee Brand, 600 block of Lodge, flat-screen television, humidifier, home theater, and artwork.
Cheryl Ziegler, leather-and-mink coat and costume jewelry from residence in 3800 block of Watson.
Lyman Koonce, bag with medicines from victim on street at Cambridge and Arcadia.
Charity Krouse, jewelry from residence in 5400 block of Harvest.
Cass Harris, cash from bank in 2300 block of Laskey.
Mike Natyshak, wallet with bank cards, cash, checkbook, and personal documents from vehicle in 1200 block of West Alexis.
Lee Price, clay, fruit bowls, and unfinished vase from botanical gardens in 5400 block of Elmer.
Ifolo Nwulu, wallet with cash, bank cards, blank checks, and personal documents from 5300 block of Dorr.
Bryon Lawrence, gates, heaters, dryer, refrigerator, stove, aluminum siding, eaves troughs, and pipes from residence in 1300 block of Vance.
Michelle Stagner, jewelry and handgun from residence in 5400 block of Thornbrook.
Ivan Bampus, coin collection and three handguns with ammunition from residence in 6100 block of Willowvale.
Mary Bryan, laptop computer, jewelry, and camera from residence in 4600 block of Talmadge.
Alexandra Winters, cash and cell phone from residence in 5000 block of Lewis.
Sarah Hague, jewelry, video games, food stamp card, and cash from residence in 1200 block of Brookview.
Nathaniel Tall, cash, jewelry, and medicine from residence in 500 block of Jefferson.
Vickie Minor, cash from store in 3200 block of Secor.
Antoinette Franklin, medical equipment, baseball caps, cash, and cell phone from vehicle at Oak and Navarre.
Michael Presley, medicine from residence in unit block of Garfield.
Latoya King, laptop computer and cash from residence in 1500 block of Milburn.
Sharita Heard, wallet with cash and bank cards from parking lot in 4100 block of Monroe.
George Nontell, radio and receiver from vehicle in 2600 block of Norwalk.
Marquita Malone, payroll check, debit card, child support card, food stamp card, store card, and personal documents from purse at residence in 800 block of Euclid.
Rita Nelson from Francis Jones II.
Amy Hall from Gregory Hall.
Gregory Hall from Amy Hall.
Renee Fowler from Thomas Fowler, Jr.
Loretta Taylor from Ronald Johnson.
Abby Reinhart from Edward Reinhart.
Megan Sturm from Cesar Martinez.
Christopher Wulf from Rebecca Wulf.
Danielle Jurski from Jeremy Jurski.
Elizabeth Dean from Tommie Dean.
Harole Monhollen, Jr., from Tina Monhollen.
Lynn Estes from Jason Estes.
Alicia Arthur-Morris from Sean Morris.
Sttarrlet Witcher from La-Velle Rich.
Linda Montgomery from Terry Montgomery.
Mandy Nichols from Michael Nichols.
Todd Kochheiser from Lisa Kochheiser.
Diann Hetman from Jay Hetman.
Robert Koch from Tanya Koch.
Paula Onody from Rosario Krieger.
Pamela Latour from Calvin Latour.
Judith Bialicki from Stanley Bialecki.
Patricia Keefe from Brian Keefe.
Meshia Smith-Graham from Mark Graham, Sr.
Andrew Durnwald from Stephanie Durnwald.
Stephanie Durnwald from Andrew Durnwald.
Karmen Myers from Brown Myers, Jr.
Terri Place from Richard Place.
Amanda Baker from Philip Baker.
Roland Richardson from Donna Richardson.
Amy Briceno from Augustine Briceno.
Augustine Briceno from Amy Briceno.
Jerry Salts from Jasbir Bangar.
Jason Bartschy from Katrina Bartschy.
Katrina Bartschy from Jason Bartschy.
Kristie Bridgett from Stephen Halliburton.
Traci Cleghorn from Thad Cleghorn.
John Tuttle from Sylvia Tuttle.
Vicki Heshley from David Smith, Jr.
Amy Veler from Kevin Veler.
The Lucas County Coroner has ruled in the following deaths:
Robert Sturgill, 57, of Toledo, Feb. 10, at Mercy St. Vincent Medical Center. Accidental, blunt force injuries of the chest and abdomen sustained from auto accident.
Seybert Williams, 28, of Toledo, Dec. 18, in 700 block of Boles. Accidental, morphine toxicity.
Taralynn Wood, 10, of Toledo, March 23, at home. Accidental, acute carbon monoxide intoxication.
Robert Bobo, MD, 68, of Sylvania, Jan. 25, at home. Suicide, multiple incised; self-inflicted cut wounds.
Daniel Cutlip, 29, of Sylvania, Jan. 29, at Flower Hospital. Accidental, combined drug usage.
Lucy Dawby, 90, of Clinton, Mich., March 19, at Toledo Hospital. Accidental, acute subdural hematoma; deceased had an unwitnessed fall down basement stairs.
Kevin Kundert, 37, of Toledo, Feb. 8, at home. Suicide, asphyxia; deceased hanged himself.
Ronald Petee, 78, of Petersburg, Ohio, March 2, at Flower Hospital, Accidental, multiple blunt force injuries of the neck and chest sustained from auto accident.
Dominique Randolph, 18, of Toledo, Dec. 25, at home. Accidental, hypothermia; staying in vacant house with no heat.
Damien Reyes, 18, of Toledo, March 23, at home. Accidental, acute carbon monoxide intoxication.
Domonique Reyes, 16, of Toledo, March 23, at home. Accidental, acute carbon monoxide intoxication.
Recently released inspection reports of Lucas County food-service operations.
Glasscity Cafe, 811 Madison, Toledo, inspected Jan. 31. Raw shell eggs over cooked food items in the front two-door cooler. Raw shell eggs must be stored on the bottom shelf below all ready-to-eat food and cooked food items to prevent cross-contamination. Store the eggs on the bottom shelf and practice proper food storage order in all coolers. Corrected at time of inspection. No paper towels at the two back hand sinks. Stock all hand sinks at all times with paper towels, hand soap, and hot/cold (100 degrees) running water for proper hand washing to occur. Provide paper towels for the hand sinks. Observed improper cooling. Broccoli cheese soup being cooled at room temperature. When cooling, food such as soups need to be cooled with either an ice wand or placed in the cooler or freezer uncovered. Soup was at 115 degrees and was placed in cooler uncovered at time of inspection. Observed a missing light cover above utensils and pan shelf and chipped paint on wall behind fryer and oven. All walls need to be smooth and easily cleanable and lights need to be covered to prevent any cross-contamination with food and food contact surfaces. Paint wall and repair light fixture. Inspector: Gillian Wilke.
American Legion Pond Post #99, 3247 East Manhattan, inspected Feb. 3. Frozen raw fish thawing at room temperature. To limit bacteria growth that can cause food-borne illness, foods must never be thawed at room temperature. Observed buildup on the pop gun holster. Clean and sanitize daily. Inspector: Kerry Stanley.
T & Z China King, 4747 Suder, inspected Feb. 3. Observed raw chicken stored above raw beef and raw shrimp in the walk in cooler. To prevent cross-contamination that can cause food-borne illness, all raw meats and shell eggs must be stored according to their minimum required cooking temperatures: Whole cuts of beef or pork and seafood at 145 degrees, ground beef or pork at 155 degrees, and poultry at 165 degrees. Corrected at inspection. Observed the wiping bucket at 0 ppm chlorine because of the mixing with soap. When using chlorine for the wiping bucket the concentration must be 100 ppm. Do not mix wih soap. Corrected at inspection. Inspector: Stanley.
Erie Food Market, 727 Galena, inspected Feb. 9. Observed improper storage of raw meats in the meat self-service case and in the meat walk-in cooler. Example: raw sausage above prepared salads. To prevent cross-contamination, store all raw meats and shell eggs below all other food items. Then continue to store raw meats according to the required cooking temperatures. See handout hanging on walk-in door for further instructions. Repeat violation. Observed cut tomatoes on prepared/packaged salads in the produce display case at 51 degrees. To limit the growth of bacteria that can cause food-borne illness, all refrigeration must hold potentially hazardous food at 41 degrees or less. Product pulled from sale. Do not use product display cooler to hold foods until repaired to hold product at 41 degrees or less and verified by this department. Observed no wiping bucket setup at inspection and soiled/damp cloths on prep surfaces. During all hours of operation, the facility must maintain a sanitizing wiping bucket set up to properly store damp/soiled cloths and to properly sanitize surfaces. Observed boxes of produce stored on the floor in the produce and back storage areas. All food items must be protected from contamination. Store in a clean and dry area at least six inches off the floor. Observed open packages of deli meats (ends for sandwich spread) and all deli meats and salads without proper date marks. To limit bacteria growth that can cause food-borne illness all ready-to-eat potentially hazardous food, food must be dated. Inspector: Stanley.
Marina Market, 3740 North Summit, inspected Feb. 4. Observed the three-compartment sink not draining properly at inspection. Contact a licensed plumber to make necessary repairs/adjustments to allow sinks to drain properly. Check grease trap for cleaning. Observed no soap or paper towels at the hand sink in the bathroom or in the ware-washing area. At all times, hand sinks must be stocked with soap and paper towels to ensure proper hand washing. Inspector: Stanley.
Myler's, 5710 Telegraph, inspected Feb. 4. Observed an open package of hot dogs without a date mark. To limit the growth of bacteria that can cause food-borne illness, all food items kept longer than 24 hours require a date mark. They must be stored at 41 degrees or less or 7 day hold time. Observed the hand sink blocked by boxes and used as storage for a colander. Do not block the hand sink. Keep the hand sink accessible at all times to ensure proper hand washing. Observed an unlabeled spray bottle at the hand sink in the kitchen. Label all spray bottles with the common name of ingredients. Inspector: Stanley.
Trot N Charlies Inc., 4837 North Detroit, inspected Feb. 4. Observed a damp cloth on the drain board and no sanitizing wiping bucket setup at inspection. During all hours of operation, a sanitizing wiping bucket must be setup to properly sanitize surfaces and to properly store damp/soiled cloths when not in use. Inspector: Stanley.
Circle K, 1565 East Alexis, inspected Feb. 1. Observed ware washing of creamer tray in the hand sink. The hand sink is for hand washing only. All items must be properly washed, rinsed, and sanitized in the three compartment sink. Observed the three-compartment sink and the hand sink blocked at inspection. Keep all sinks accessible for intended usage. Inspector: Stanley.
Friendship New Vision Inc., 5301 Nebraska, inspected Feb. 7. Observed no probe-style thermometer available for verifying food temperatures. Provide a probe-style thermometer capable of reading from 0 to 220 degrees to verify food temperatures. Inspector: Stanley.
Buckeye Carry Out, 740 Buckeye, inspected Feb. 7. Observed a box of nacho chips stored on the floor in the back prep area. All food items must be protected from contamination, stored in a clean and dry area at least six inches off the ground. Observed the nacho machine holding product below 135 degrees. To limit the growth of bacteria that can cause food borne illness, all foods in hot holding must maintain 135 or above. Temperature unable to be adjusted. Use of machine must be discontinued until it is serviced and able to hold product at 135 degrees or above. Inspector: Stanley.
Stop and Shop, 6504 Airport, Holland, inspected Feb. 4. Observed facility with no sanitizer test strips. Keep these on hand at all times to ensure proper sanitizer concentration. Inspector: Nicholas Kusina.
Idle Time Club, 2044 Genesee, inspected Feb. 3. Observed raw turkey above french fries. Do not place raw meat above food. Cross-contamination can result when proper storage order is not practiced. Follow proper food storage rules to prevent cross-contamination to prevent a possible food-borne illness. No date labeling observed on open lunch meat, hot dogs, and hash browns. All open and prepared time/temperature control for safety foods must have a date opened and discard date. The day the food is opened or prepared is day one. There is a total of seven days to use the food. Inspector: Kusina.
Yummies Too, 801 Nebraska, inspected Feb. 4. Proper date marking must be taking place on all necessary items cooked foods like chili, cabbage, yams etc. Food must be discarded after seven days. Inspector: Kelly Cipiti.
Toledo Food Center, 303 Main, inspected Feb. 4. Observed cut fruit in the produce area holding at 49 degrees. Cut melon must be held at 41 degrees or below to prevent bacteria growth that can lead to food-related illnesses. Remove all cut fruit from sale. Inspector: Cipiti.
Jimmy Johns Gourmet Sandwiches, 405 Adams, inspected Feb. 3. Observed cheese left on the slicer at 55 degrees. To prevent the growth of bacteria that can lead to food-related illnesses, maintain foods at 41 degrees or below. Both food handlers who were working at the time of inspection were involved in other tasks. If food handler switches to a different task, cheese must be placed in a cooler until handler is ready for it. It must not be left out at room temperature. Inspector: Cipiti.
Daddy Oh's, 4044 Monroe, inspected Feb. 10. The hand sink in the kitchen was blocked at time of inspection. All hand sinks shall be easily accessible at all times to properly wash hands. Corrected. Observed wet wiping towels stored on the bar. Store all wet wiping towels in the sanitizer bucket to prevent the growth of bacteria. Inspector: Wilke.
Glass City Show Girls, 159 Matzinger, inspected Feb. 10. Observed no date marking of open packages of deli meat. To limit growth of bacteria that can cause food-borne illness, all ready-to-eat food items that are kept longer than 24 hours require a date mark. Observed buildup on the pop guns and holster. Clean and sanitize daily allowing to air dry before using. Inspector: Stanley.
Picrose, 3253 Franklin, inspected Feb. 8. Observed buildup on the ice scoop. Clean and sanitize daily allowing to air dry before using. Inspector: Stanley.
Ozone of Toledo, 1701 Lagrange, inspected Feb. 3. Observed buildup on the inside the ice machine in the back storage area. Clean and sanitize according to the manufacturer's specifications. Repeat violation. Observed the hand sink completely blocked by equipment in the kitchen. Do not block the hand sink. The kitchen equipment must be rearranged to allow full access to the hand sink. Inspector: Stanley.
Stop and Shop, 6504 Airport, Holland, inspected Feb. 4. Observed facility with no sanitize test strips, keep on hand at all times to ensure proper sanitizer concentration. Inspector: Kusina.
Lucas County Correction Center, 1622 Spielbusch, inspected Feb. 3. At the time of inspection the high-temperature dish machine was not functioning properly. The heat booster has been moved to a different location. The tray was run through the machine four times and never reached 180 degrees to properly sanitize. Excessive water was pouring out at the end of the machine. The ventilation system was not working properly: The entire area filled with steam, and the ceiling tiles were wet around this area. Reports from Hobart and Wichman Co. list current issues with this machine. This machine must be serviced by a licensed company to make all repairs and maintain unit in good repair. Do not use the dish machine until repairs are made and it is verified by this department. Observed improper temperatures of food that were on various trays. Trays checked were serving this site and off-site locations. Green beans were at 126, 123, and 129 degrees, pasta at 125, 131, and 130 degrees. To prevent the growth of bacteria that can lead to food-related illnesses, maintain hot holding at 135 degrees or above. After food has been placed on trays, the stacks of trays remain at room temperature until they are loaded into van for delivery. These trays were sitting out for at least 30 minutes. Off-site trays are leaving this site to be delivered at unsafe temperatures. Mechanical warming units are recommended to store trays until ready to be delivered. Observed bologna at 48-55 degrees on one side and 40 degrees on the other side that is touching the ice bath. Cheese at 48 degrees. To prevent the growth of bacteria that can lead to food related illnesses, maintain cold items at 41 degrees or below. Inspector: Stanley.
Real Seafood Company, 22 Main, inspected Jan. 31. At the time of inspection, the salad cooler was holding at warm temperatures. Blue cheese 46 degrees, tomatoes 44-48 degrees. Time/temperature control for safety foods must be maintained at 41 degrees or below to prevent the growth of bacteria that can lead to food-related illnesses. Cooler was rechecked later (after lids were kept closed) with a calibrated thermometer and was holding at 40 degrees. Monitor closely and adjust if necessary. Observed buildup on the top inside surfaces of the large ice machine. To prevent the growth of mold or bacteria, thoroughly sanitize all inside surfaces. Inspector: Cipiti.
Waite High School, 301 Morrison, inspected Feb. 8. Observed significant pink buildup on the inside of the ice machine in the cafeteria serving line. Observed a piece of dark debris inside the kitchen ice machine. To prevent the growth of mold or bacteria, properly clean and sanitize all inside surfaces. Observed diced tomatoes on the buffet taco island at 5 degrees because of poor icing. Observed chicken wraps and salads at 48 degrees because they were stacked too high in the cold holding unit. When using ice make sure the ice surrounds the container of food on all sides and up to the food level. Maintain cold holding foods at 41 degrees or below. Observed a container of taco meat marked 1/13 and hot dog sauce marked 1/11. The expired date would have been nine and seven days ago. When moving food from the freezer and cooler, mark containers with remaining days. Freezing does not star the seven days over. Inspector: Cipiti.
East Toledo Family Center, 1020 Varland, inspected Feb. 8. Observed time/temperature control for safety foods at improper temperatures at 45 degrees in the two-door cooler hot dogs at 45 degrees. All food items must be held at 41 degrees or below to prevent bacteria growth that can cause a food-borne disease. Cooler must be turned down or repaired to be able to hold food at 41 degrees or below. Observed foods without date marks. All ready-to-eat food must have a date mark to determine a discard date. This is to limit bacteria growth that can cause a food-borne disease. Inspector: Julie Nye.
East Toledo Senior Activities Center, 1001 White, inspected Feb. 8. Observed raw eggs stored above ready to food items. This is to prevent cross-contamination. Follow proper storage order: top to bottom produce/ready to eat food/raw whole cut meats/ raw ground meats/raw chicken. Inspector: Nye.
Greater Birmingham VFW, 2161 Consaul, inspected Feb. 9. Observed ready-to-eat food items past the seven-day discard date. Observed hot dogs dated 1/28 with a discard date of 2/3. All ready-to-eat food items must be discarded after the seven-day discard date. This is to limit bacteria growth that can cause a food-borne disease. Inspector: Nye.
Eagle's Nest Sweet Retreat, 16 South Stadium, Oregon, inspected Feb. 4. Observed the sanitizer at 100 ppm in the bucket. The sanitizer must remain at 200 ppm quat to properly sanitize counter tops, tables, and equipment. Buckets were remade at 200 ppm. Inspector: Nye.
Clay High School Oregon Board of Education, 5665 Seaman, Oregon, inspected Feb. 4. Observed cooler at improper temperatures of 43 degrees. All coolers holding food items must be held at 41 degrees or below. This is to prevent bacteria growth that can cause a food-borne disease. Lower the cooler temperature or repair the unit so it can hold food at proper temperatures. Inspector: Nye.
Sonny Berry's Bayshore Supper Club Inc., 5307 Bayshore, Oregon, inspected Jan. 26. Observed food past its seven-day date mark (turkey 1/14 and ham 1/17). All ready-to-eat food items must be discarded after the seven-day date mark. This is to limit bacteria growth that can cause a food-borne disease. The facility voluntarily discarded small containers of turkey and ham. Inspector: Nye.
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