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Published: Monday, 9/26/2011

Daily Log: 9-26

Births

Toledo Hospital

Sarah Friend, Toledo, boy, Sept. 24.

Paola and Justin West, Toledo, girl, Sept. 24.

Jordan Parker, Maumee, girl, Sept. 24.

Lorin and Jason LaPorte, Maumee, boy, Sept. 24.

Jessica Krzeminski, Toledo, girl, Sept. 24.

Kim and James Maher, Toledo, girl, Sept. 24.

Amberlea Swerida, Wauseon, boy, Sept. 24.

Zahra and Ali Abdullah Al-Nasser, Toledo, boy, Sept. 24.

Bay Park Community Hospital

Jami Tolles, Toledo, girl, Sept. 25.

Crime reports

Thefts

Kelly Ratkiewicz, game console and games from residence in 500 block of Pasadena.

Madeline Levinson, chest and tableware from residence in 2000 block of Brookdale.

Chad Munson, cell phone and board game from vehicle in 500 block of Pasadena.

Amber Holliker, purse and personal items from public venue in 300 block of Michigan.

Nathan Laderach, medications, bag, and cash from vehicle in 200 block of 16th.

Cherice Saxby, cash and identification from vehicle in 4000 block of Cherry Creek.

Michael Waits, laptop computer from residence in 1400 block of College.

Alicia Morris, television, game console, and digital camera from residence in 2800 block of Elm.

Izella Parker, medicine from residence in 1600 block of Ottawa.

Alhajie Sillah, navigation system from vehicle in 5800 block of Hagman.

Catrina Manning, bag with cash and driver’s license from vehicle in 1900 block of Airport.

Priyanka Marfetia, iPod and cash from vehicle in 2000 block of OrchardLake.

Gradel, LLC, air conditioner from business in 5300 block of Stickney.

J & J Towing & Service Center, catalytic converters from business in 4200 block of West Alexis.

Ashley Foster, purse with cash, debit card, and personal documents from vehicle at Vance and Junction.

Michael Valicenti, bicycle from yard at Hillcrest and Watson.

Speedway Tire & Auto, catalytic converters from business in 5500 block of Benore.

Breanne Colbert, iPod, video game system with games, inhaler, and medicines from residence in 1000 block of North Byrne.

Richard Bloom and Elizabeth Pentony, laptop computer with case, bags, cell phone, iPod, planner, and clothes from vehicle in 1700 block of South Reynolds.

Joan Pitson, purse with bank cards, gas card, cash, ticket to senior center dinner, eyeglasses, and personal documents from vehicle in 2100 block of Tremainsville.

Joshua Nowakowski, in-dash television with speakers and amplifiers from vehicle in 4000 block of Caroline.

George Levy, wallet with cash, debit card, and identification card from street in 100 block of 17th.

Erica Williams, cell phone from residence in 200 block of North Summit.

Danny Curns, jewelry from residence in 1100 block of Woodville.

Divorces granted

Lucas County

Melissa Taraschke from Michael Taraschke.

Kristen Murray from Corey Murray, Jr.

Matt Klein from Tori Davidson.

Keisha Taylor from Robert Taylor, Sr.

James Good from Alexis Mohr.

Christie Vogel from Robert Vogel.

Jane Stuard from Donald Stuard, Jr.

Marriage dissolutions

Lucas County

Shawn Turner and Sharron Turner.

Laura Burch and Albert Burch.

Kimberly Schad and Matthew Schad.

Tiffany Miller and Donald Miller, Jr.

Deborah Hughley-McCloud and Jeffrey McCloud.

Jon Smith and Heidi Smith.

Scott Decavitch and Kathy Decavitch.

Michael Carroll and Cheryl Carroll.

Cassandra Morrin and James Morrin.

Beth Haase and Michael Haase.

Pasook Champada and Chanda Cham­pada.

Deidre Carpenter and Mathew Carpenter.

Bradley Fuller and Erica Fuller.

Coroner’s rulings

The Lucas County Coroner has ruled in the following deaths:

Dennis Boden, 59, of Toledo, June 22, at Mercy St. Vincent Medical Center. Accidental, bilateral bronchopneumonia; complications of blunt-force trauma to head.

Sheila Decoster, 62, of Toledo, Aug. 5, at home. Accidental; positional asphyxia; deceased fell head first into 65-gallon trash can, unable to extricate herself.

Dustin Dusseau, 26, of Toledo, Aug. 31, at Mercy St. Vincent Medical Center. Accidental, craniocerebral and cervical spine injuries sustained from motorcycle and pickup truck accident.

Jonathon Miller, 23, of Fremont, Aug. 17, at University of Toledo Medical Center. Suicide, gunshot wound of the head.

Roy Munson, 54, of Toledo, Aug. 3, at home. Suicide. Carbon monoxide toxicity; deceased was found in an enclosed garage with car key turned on, and substance abuse.

Michelle Neuser, 51, of Bowling Green, Aug. 7, at Mercy St. Vincent Medical Center. Accidental, multiple blunt-force trauma sustained from auto accident.

Virginia Rowe, 72, of Toledo, Sept. 11, at Mercy St. Charles Hospital. Accidental, complications of blunt-force trauma right hip; deceased fell at home.

Joshua Weage, 30, of Hudson, Mich., Aug. 28, at Toledo Hospital. Accidental, multiple blunt trauma sustained from auto accident.

Alexandra Winters, 20, of Toledo, Aug. 15, at Toledo Hospital. Accidental, morphine toxicity.

Restaurant inspections

Recently released inspection reports of Lucas County food-service operations.

Violations:

Kroger, 833 West Alexis, inspected Aug. 17. Observed employee food and beverages stored in reach-in freezer. A designated area must be provided for employee food items. Repeat violation. Firewood, cat litter, and chemicals stored above food items and food stored directly on floor. Store firewood, chemicals, and nonfood items below or away from food items. All food and food-contact items must be stored at least six inches above the floor. Observed ground sausage stored above bacon. Reset cooler display so bacon is above ground product. Repeat violation. Cheese cooler in center aisle is overloaded and holding at 45 degrees. Reduce load limit to ensure cheese maintains a temperature of 41 degrees or below to prevent bacteria growth that can cause food-borne illness. Inspector: Stacy Seger.

IHOP, 4045 Talmadge, inspected Aug. 16. Walk-in cooler is holding chicken at 48 degrees, ham at 47 degrees, and dressings at 47 degrees. All cold foods must be held at 41 degrees or lower at all times. Repair cooler to hold foods at proper temperature.Observed a food handler touch a cooked waffle with bare hands. Gloves must be worn or utensil must be used when handling ready-to-eat food items. No sanitizer detected in the cook line wipe cloth bucket. Change sanitizer as needed to maintain chlorine sanitizer at 50-100 ppm or quat sanitizer at 200 ppm. Store wet wiping towels in sanitizer to prevent bacteria growth. Observed wet wiping towels on work surfaces. No cold water available at the hand washing sink at the front area. Water is too hot to allow proper hand washing. Supply both hot and cold water at all sinks so employees can properly wash hands in 100-degree water. Inspector: Kelly Sattler.

Kentucky Fried Chicken, 3730 Secor, inspected Aug. 16. Quat sanitizer is too weak in the wipe cloth buckets. Change sanitizer as needed to maintain quat sanitizer at 200 ppm. Inspector: Kelly Sattler.

Aladdin’s Eatery, 4038 Talmadge, inspected Aug. 16. Salad prep-top cooler is holding feta at 54 degrees, hummus at 54 degrees, and baba ganoush at 55 degrees. An employee said he adjusted this cooler the wrong way. Cooler was readjusted. Discard all out-of-temperature foods in this cooler. Inspector: Kelly Sattler.

Schmucker’s Restaurant, 2103 North Reynolds, inspected Aug. 16. Found swiss steak and meatloaf improperly reheating in tabletop warmer. All food must be reheated on a direct heat source to at least 165 degrees within two hours. Reheat the swiss steak and meatloaf in the oven to at least 165 degrees. Found raw shell eggs and cooked potatoes sitting out at room temperature. Cold hold food at 41 degrees or less to prevent bacteria growth. Keep eggs and potatoes under refrigeration. Observed wet wiping towels stored on counter top and a sanitizer bucket without chlorine bleach. Store wet towels in sanitizer wiping bucket to prevent bacteria growth and maintain chlorine sanitizer at 100 ppm. Corrected. Inspector: Gillian Wilke.

Ventura’s, 7742 West Bancroft, inspected Aug. 15. Observed prep-top cooler keeping food at 47-49 degrees. Cold food must be kept at 41 degrees or lower to prevent bacteria growth. Inspector: Nicholas Kusina.

Stone Oak Country Club snack bar, 100 Stone Oak, Holland, inspected Aug. 18. Observed facility with no paper towels at hand sink; keep stocked to promote proper hand washing. Inspector: Nicholas Kusina.

Tiger Lebanese Bakery, 6710 West Central, inspected Aug. 17. Observed deli cooler holding food at 44-46 degrees. All cold food must be kept below 41 degrees to prevent bacteria growth. Repair cooler. Observed hand sink leaking water and turned off; fix hand sink so employees can wash their hands properly. Inspector: Nicholas Kusina.

Toledo Country Inn & Suites, 541 West Dussel, Maumee, inspected July 13. Skim milk on buffet counter at 65 degrees. All foods held cold must maintain an internal temperature of 41 degrees or lower. Rotate frozen pitcher container more frequently to maintain temperature. Open containers of food being held without date marking. All open/prepared, ready-to-eat foods held longer that 24 hours must be marked with a seven-day discard date. Inspector: Paul Bauman.

Cedar Creek Church, 2600 West Sylvania, inspected July 31. Observed employee food and beverage stored in the kitchen on food-prep surface and food storage rack. Store employee beverages below and away from food/food contact surfaces and only eat in a designated dining area. Provide a probe thermometer that reads from 0 to 220 degrees to take internal temperatures. Inspector: Gillian Wilke.

Rhodes’ Garden Fresh, 4171 Monroe, inspected July 11. Raw eggs stored above ready-to-eat bean sprouts in cooler. Store ready-to-eat foods above raw foods to prevent cross contamination. Sliced watermelon at room temperature. All watermelon once cut is considered a time-and-temperature controlled for safety food and needs to be stored at 41 degrees or lower to prevent bacteria growth. Store sliced watermelon in cooler. Inspector: Kurt Susdorf.

Mayberry Diner Toledo, 2155 South Byrne, inspected July 11. Dish machine not dispensing chlorine. To effectively sanitize, the machine must dispense chlorine at 50 to 100 ppm. Machine was primed and dispensing properly prior to the completion of inspection. Test machine at the start of each shift before use. Inspector: Paul Bauman.

Boston Market, 6550 Airport, Holland, inspected July 13. Observed wiping cloths resting on prep-top counter. Keep cloths in sanitizer when not in use to prevent bacteria growth. Open can of Red Bull on ice machine. All drinks consumed in kitchen must have a lid and straw to prevent contamination. Inspector: Nicholas Kusina.

Speedway, 5160 Dorr, inspected July 14. Deli display cooler holding food between 60 to 78 degrees. Foods held cold must maintain an internal temperature of 41 degrees or below. All food items were voluntarily discarded. Repair service contacted. Inspector: Paul Bauman.

Vito’s Pizza, 315 South Detroit, inspected July 11. Two-door pizza prep top is not holding proper temperature. Cheese, ham, turkey, and chicken, which were 58 or 59 degrees, were discarded. Potentially hazardous foods must cold hold at 41 degrees or lower to prevent bacteria growth. Repair unit. Inspector: Sara Becker.

Stop & Go, 4870 North Summit, inspected July 12. Observed walk-in cooler holding food items well above 41 degrees. To limit bacteria growth, cold hold product at 41 degrees or lower. Repair unit; do not use until repairs are verified by this department.Product pulled from sale. Three-compartment sink blocked and used for storage of distressed merchandise. Do not use sink for storage. All sinks must be accessible for intended use. Dump distressed liquids into the mop sink and designate an area to store residual items. Chemicals stored above food-contact items on the sales shelf. Store chemicals below or away from food and food-contact items to prevent chemical contamination. Inspector: Kerry Stanley.

Stop & Go, 3504 Lagrange, inspected July 12. No hot water available at the sinks. Make repairs to provide hot water at a minimum of 100 degrees at all sinks. Three boxes of baby cereal pulled from sale. Baby food product may not be sold beyond manufacturer’s expiration date. Inspector: Kerry Stanley.

Ryan’s Quick Stop, 5330 Telegraph, inspected July 12. Observed raw shell eggs stored above bottled beverages in the one-door glass cooler. To prevent cross contamination that can cause food-borne illness, store raw meats and shell eggs below other food items. Observed facility portioning ice into cups. Facility does not have the required equipment to work with any open food or beverages. Cease and desist all open food or beverage sales. Inspector: Kerry Stanley.

Inky’s, 3945 North Detroit, inspected July 12. Observed food items in the first walk-in cooler without any date marking. To limit bacteria growth, ready-to-eat food items kept longer than 24 hours require a date mark. Observed leftover sauces not cooled properly. To limit bacteria growth food items must be cooled from 135 to 70 degrees within two hours and from 70 to 41 degrees within an additional four hours. Inspector: Kerry Stanley.

Al Saher 2, 7430 West Central, inspected July 27. Observed drink in kitchen with no lid. Drinks consumed in food-prep area must have a lid and straw to prevent contamination of food. Observed food held in front deli cooler at 45 degrees. Food must be kept at 41 degrees or lower to prevent bacteria growth. Observed fly strip in food-prep area. Only use approved insect-control devices. Inspector: Nicholas Kusina.

Point Place Post VFW #3265, 5416 North Summit, inspected July 25. Observed buildup in pop gun holster. Clean and sanitize daily allowing to air dry before using. Observed buildup in basement ice machine; clean and sanitize according to manufacturer’s specification. Inspector: Kerry Stanley.

Wendy’s, 1410 East Alexis, inspected July 25. Observed fried chicken in the warming drawer below 135 degrees. To limit bacteria growth food items in hot holding must maintain at 135 degrees or higher. Product pulled from sale. Inspector: Kerry Stanley.

Universal Mini Mart, 1111 Starr, inspected July 23. Facility must maintain a food-approved sanitizer test kit and drain stops to provide for proper ware washing. Inspector: Kerry Stanley.

Salsarita’s Fresh Cantina, 1470 Ford, Maumee, inspected Aug. 1. Ribs were found thawing in standing water at the time of inspection. When thawing foods in the prep sink keep the cold water running over the product with the drain to waste. Ingredient statements must be present at the bakery doughnut self-service case. Ingredient statements must be present at self-service food cases for the consumer to check ingredients and allergens. Inspector: Paul Bauman.

Kroger, 7545 Sylvania, Sylvania, inspected Aug. 1. Soap dispenser not attached to wall; washing hands proved to be trying at best. Fix soap dispenser. Observed no test strips in produce department and Starbucks area. Keep test strips on hand to ensure proper level of sanitizer. Inspector: Nicholas Kusina.



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