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Daily Log: 3-19


Toledo Hospital

Deanna and Gregory Miller, Rossford, girl, March 17.

Aliyah and Lemar Baccus, Toledo, girl, March 17.

Linda and Brian Petersen, Ottawa, girl, March 12.

Elizabeth Arnoldi, Toledo, girl, March 17.

Robin Venier, Toledo, girl, March 17.

Marriage licenses

Lucas County

March 15, 2012

Christopher Cymbolin, 30, student, of Toledo, and Brittany Fondren, 27, nurse, of Sylvania.

Ocxmin Montesinos Crespo, 18, laborer, and April Shaver, 29, receptionist, both of Toledo.

Filemon Padilla Hernandez, 25, landscaping, of Toledo, and Alma Aguirre, 21, customer service, of Rossford.

Todd Miller, 39, self-employed, and April This, 44, business coordinator, both of Toledo.

Lawrence Olkein, 61, director of logistics, and Gail Scarr, 53, teacher, both of Maumee.

Mario Reyes, 23, and Mayra Gutierrez Hernandez, 21, homemaker, both of Toledo.

Ankush Moza, 29, resident physician, and Rohini Prashar, 29, resident physician, both of Toledo.


Lucas County

DeSelms, William, 80, Thurston Street, cancer.

Donnelly, David, Sr., 69, East Rowland Road, aspiration pneumonia.

Fager, Raymond, 90, South Holland Sylvania Road, ischemic cerebrovascular disease.

Finley, Helen, 84, Arletta Street, respiratory failure.

Flack, Charles, 83, Corduroy Road, Curtice, Ohio, coronary artery disease.

Foster, Mark, 50, Walden Avenue, cancer.

Garrison, Charles, 80, Waterville Street, Whitehouse, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.

Gears, Jerry, 43, Plymouth Street, leukemia.

Grachek, Marjorie, 86, Oak Alley Court, renal failure.

Graff, Lucille, 95, Beverly Drive, dementia.

Isenberg, Carl, Jr., 54, North Baltimore, Ohio, gastrointestinal hemorrhage.

Jacobs, Marguerite, 91, Thackeray Drive, Maumee, multiple myeloma.

Kernahan, Delight, 88, Golfgate Drive, adenocarcinoma.

Kertesz, Robert, Sr., 73, Crystal Ridge Drive East, Maumee, cancer.

Kondalski, Marion, 88, Indian Road, failure to thrive.

Martindale, Warren, Jr., 66, Woodford Street, heart disease.

McAvoy, Marcia, 62, Crestwood Road, heart disease.

McNeil, Carlene, 79, Pelham Road, heart disease.

Mennitt-White, Diane, 53, LaPlante Road, Monclova Township, carcinoid tumor.

Michael, Fredia, 84, Waterford Place, renal disease.

Morgan, Mary, 75, Nevada Street, accident.

Mulnix, Henry, Jr., 82, South Avenue, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.

Musch, Helen, 92, Oakridge Drive, pneumonia.

Orcutt, Wayne, 58, Oneida, N.Y., cardiogenic shock.

Parrish, Margaret, 88, Manakiki Drive, Holland, dementia.

Rucker, Harlie, Jr., 90, North Holland-Sylvania Road, respiratory failure.

Rusch, Elizabeth, 91, Harroun Road, Sylvania, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.

Schnee, William, Jr., 86, Navarre Avenue, Oregon, debility.

Shepherd, Henry, Jr., 81, Adrian, cerebral infarction.

Shular-Cameron, Brenda, 51, Woodville, Ohio, liver disease.

Stanley, Bruce, 53, North St. Clair Street, heart disease.

Strayer, Roland, 92, Napoleon, sepsis.

Taylor, June, 82, Chardonnay Drive, cancer.

Thomas, Kira, 1 month, Drexel Drive, pending investigation.

Vasbinder, Eunice, 73, Blissfield, Mich., carcinoma.

Williams, Eugenia, 89, Tiffin, respiratory failure.

Watkins, Kathleen, 57, Southwyck Boulevard, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.

Zeiher, Joan, 82, Parliament Square, coronary artery disease.

Ziethlow, Ronald, 78, Plainview Drive, septic shock.

Crime reports


Dollar General, robbed of cash and keys from the 2800 block of Airport; Juana Robinson, robbed of a vehicle that was later recovered.

Taco Bell, robbed by a masked man of cash in the 1400 block of Broadway.

Ronnie Vance, threatened with his own knife and robbed of cash at his residence in the 2300 block of Collingwood.

Jeffrey Smith, robbed of a cell phone, wallet with contents, and clothing in the 100 block of West Alexis.

Christopher Smith, robbed of wallet and cash in the 3200 block of Parkwood.


Renee Hicks, lawn mower from garage in 400 block of Fifth.

James Caldwell, briefcase from residence in the 1500 block of Waite.

Paula Bennett, clothes dryer, bassinet, and baby tub from residence in the 2300 block of Auburn.

Robert Ramirez, leaf blower, tent, bicycle, water guns, chlorine tablets, and folding chair from garage in 500 block of Orchard.

Larry Martin, two flat-screen televisions from residence in 600 block of Andora.

Angela Pietras, laptop computer from residence in 3400 block of Dorr.

B & G Movers, tools from warehouse in 400 block of Hamilton.

Christopher Wilson, cell phone and cash from residence in 3600 block of Suder.

Steve Crispin, flat-screen television and DVD player from residence in 4600 block of Eastway.

Symone Ceveno, two flat-screen televisions and video game from residence in 2200 block of Kent.

Jayne Aljanabi, computer monitor from residence in 600 block of North Holland-Sylvania.

Nichole Thanasiu, jewelry and cash from residence in 5500 block of Forest Green.

Nathan Jarvis, Blu Ray player, video-game system and game, and DVDs from residence in 5500 block of Greenridge.

Rose Day, medication from residence in 1200 block of Vance.

Christy Henke, video-game system and games from residence in 3000 block of Airport.

Amanda Tallent, two televisions, laptop computer, two video-game systems and games, and movies from residence in 3800 block of Bowen.

Craig Turner, laptop computer from residence in 1100 block of Hamilton.

Danzelle Thornton, food and belts from residence in 800 block of North Ontario.

Katie’s Baby World, baby clothing from business in 1800 block of Lagrange.

Brandy Harroun, laptop computer and video-game system and game from residence in 1500 block of Brooke Park.

Ernesto Valdez, cash, jewelry, video camera, safes, and video-game system and games from residence in 3300 block of North Detroit.

Dems Jessi, scooters, bicycles, and dishes from business in 400 block of Norwood.

William Lockett, five leather coats, two football jerseys, microwave, camping gear, electronics, art, two video-tape players, jewelry, and DVD player from residence in 3800 block of Monroe.

Navielle Lofton, undetermined loss from residence in 3200 block of Mayo.

Woodchuck’s Bar, undetermined loss from bar in 200 block of South Erie.

Wells Fargo, copper pipes from vacant house in 200 block of Waggoner.

Dollar Plus, undetermined loss from business in 1300 block of Dorr.

Christina Marlow, personal papers from residence in 4400 block of Willis.

Patrice Hych, television from residence in 1100 block of Hamilton.

Denise Lay, two laptop computers and a diamond ring from residence in 1300 block of Prouty.

Shaquelle Howard, no loss from residence in 1100 block of Pinebrook.

Michelle Myneder, meat from residence in 2800 block of Chase.

Patricia Kus, cash and television from residence in unit block of East Central.

Belinda Vinson, undetermined loss from garage in 400 block of Clark.

Peter Vanherwaarden, television from residence in 100 block of Mettler.

Tyler Morgan, two televisions, two video-game systems, and games from residence in 1100 block of Upton.

Rodney Horton, three televisions, video-game system, two laptop computers, two DVD players, digital camera, camcorder, and two dogs from residence in 1500 block of Tecumseh.

Lisa Bunde, cash, video-game system, digital camera, and laptop computer from residence in 1500 block of Western.

Joe Bachor, no loss from residence in 6100 block of Whiteford Center.

Kimberly Crowley, clothing and shoes from residence in 2000 block of Airport.


Tamara McInerney, purse and change from vehicle in 3400 block of Coral.

Thomas Rhodes, wallet, cash, and debit card from pants pocket in 4900 block of Jackman.

Zekarias Medhane, wallet and contents from vehicle in 3100 block of West Central.

Michael Dyer, stove, washer and dryer, and house keys from residence in 1700 block of Bigelow.

Sean Owens, CD player and cash from vehicle in 3100 block of Douglas.

Go Eat Toledo, cash from business in 5000 block of Monroe.

Ray Grombacher, personal papers and credit cards from residence in 4000 block of Gilhouse.

Tiffany Baker, purse and wallet from vehicle in 1600 block of Schomberg.

Northtowne Villas, seven air conditioners and copper from two air conditioning units in 6200 block of Northview.

Airport Highway Properties, 15 feet of copper coil from office building in 5500 block of Airport.

Old Fashion Missionary Baptist, two 10-ton air conditioning units from church in 500 block of Euclid.

Gehyun Lee, clothing, books, and laptop from vehicle in 900 block of Linden Lane.

Kristen Wright, purse and contents, jewelry, and pills from vehicle in 400 block of Garfield.

Danitra Witcher, purse with contents from vehicle in 1900 block of Calumet.

Hussain Alnasir, money order from residence in 1100 block of Shadow Lane.

Terry Kloesen, license plate sticker from vehicle in 600 block of Evesham.

Roberta Jones, diamond bracelet, clothing, and personal papers from residence in 5800 block of Southwyck.

Glenda Johnson, cash and checks from residence in 100 block of East Park.

Divorces granted

Lucas County

Jennifer Schrader from Keith Schrader.

Gary Cavitt from Valencia Cavitt.

Valencia Cavitt from Gary Cavitt.

Dennis Kosek from Susan Kosek.

Susan Kosek from Dennis Kosek.

Colleen Harrison from Eric Harrison.

Keisha Perry from Archie Perry, Jr.

Archie Perry, Jr., from Keisha Perry.

Monica Fitzpatrick from Joshua Fitzpatrick.

Jayne Hayward from Douglas Hayward.

Margarita Krupp from David Krupp.

Tiffany Arnett from Christopher Arnett.

Tieshetta Price from Kevin Thomas.

Laletric Jones-Williams from Anthony Williams.

Pamailla Morris from Zenas Cunningham.

Ronata Wilson from Christopher Stokes.

Elmer Springs from Ola Springs.

Gary McIlroy from Vanessa Roach.

Deena Matthew from Reginald Thompkins.

Francis Hammons, Jr., from Michele Hammons.

Lori Sengstock-Porter from Troy Porter.

Abigail Johnson from Devin Johnson.

Ryan Terwilliger from Kelly Terwilliger.

Amy Eppard from Steven Eppard.

Christian Youngston from Jennifer Youngston.

Michael Esparza from Shannon Esparza.

Scott Schultz from Roxanne Schultz.

Mark Rodriguez from Margaret Rodriguez.

Margaret Rodriguez from Mark Rodriguez.

Corey Stephen from Chastity Stephen.

Chastity Stephen from Corey Stephen.

Robert Kerstetter from Genevieve Kerstetter.

James Hooks, Jr., from Cynthia Hooks.

Monjed Assad from Marvette Assad.

Mary Clark from Scott Clark.

David Oates from Tammy Oates.

Tammy Oates from David Oates.

Kellie Mata form Julio Mata, Sr.

Danyelle Grace from Flenoice Grace, Jr.

Jada Smith form Robert Mossing.

Jeffrey Schroder from Vicky Schroder.

Sarah Guardiola-Sgro from Stanley Sgro, Jr.

Abdul Araji from Fatima Araji.

Anthony Vandevelde, Sr., from Demetria Vandevelde.

Demetria Vandevelde from Anthony Vandevelde, Sr.

Chad Slawinski from Ashley Slawinski.

Melissa Gray from Daniel Gray.

Patricia McLemore from Gerald McLemore.

David Gallaher from Julie Gallaher.

Deborah Cater from Richard Cater.

Valerie Rodgers from Layvor Rodgers, Jr.

John Venglarcik from Pamela Venglarcik.

Pamela Venglarcik from John Venglarcik.

Linda Harper from Joseph Harper.

Robin Bradley-Terry from Milo Terry, Jr.

Holly Boraggina from Ralph Boraggina.

Selena Owens from Jacob Owens.

April Viengmany from Phonesavanh Viengmany.


Lucas County

Angelique Caswell and Richard Caswell.

Jason Lublin and Nikki Lublin.

Kristen Ebersole and John Ebersole.

Carmeesha Arscott and Brian Arscott.

Katelyn Aplin and Brett Aplin.

Wendy Gauer and Eric Gauer.

Jill Schreiner and Michael Uhler.

Matthew Casey and Jennifer Casey.

Scott Fisher and Carin Fisher.

Sharon Mahaney and Thomas Mahaney.

Rovin Phillips and Alfred Phillips.

Jo Bockbrader and Bryan Bockbrader.

Kelly Hillabrand and Todd Hillabrand.

Elizabeth Quetschke and Robert Quetschke II.

Scott Fisher and Julie Fisher.

Bert Hart and Alicia Hart.

Elizabeth Richards and Jesse Bankey.

Barry Bidwell and Stephanie Bidwell.

Donald Ingle and Julie Ingle.

Emily Gehring and Ryan Rutkowski.

Restaurant inspections

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


Fatoosh Deli 1, 6725 W. Central, inspected Nov. 22. Plastic containers used as scoops in bulk food. Only a scoop with a handle may be used to prevent food contamination from hands. Corrected. Inspector: Stacy Seger.

Waffle House, 6715 W. Central, inspected Nov. 22. Eggs stored above hash browns in reach-in cooler. Store eggs on bottom shelf to prevent cross contamination. Wipe rag wells at different concentrations; one rag well registered at 0 ppm. A concentration of 50 to 100 ppm is required. Use test strips to verify concentrations. Corrected. Inspector: Seger.

Ferdos Restaurant, 3065 W. Bancroft, inspected Nov. 21. Found aloe vera stored with food in walk-in cooler. Store chemicals/personal belongings away from food to prevent contamination. Corrected. Inspector: Gillian Wilke.

Gyro Inn, 1223 N. Byrne, inspected Nov. 21. Tzatziki sauce sitting out at 61 degrees. Cold hold food at at 41 degrees or lower to prevent bacteria growth. Kabobs thawing at room temperature. Do not thaw foods by letting them sit out. Wet wiping towel was on food contact surface and no sanitizer bucket was set up. Store wet towels in bucket of sanitizer; bucket must be set up during hours of operation. No date marking on some food in reach-in coolers. Date-mark prepared food held more than 24 hours. No person in charge who is certified in food safety level 1 course. At least one person in charge must be present during hours of operation who is certified in food safety course approved by Ohio Department of Health. Inspector: Wilke.

Bowlero Lanes, 4398 Monroe, inspected Nov. 21. Hand sink blocked with dish ware in its basin. Hand sinks must be kept clear of clutter. Inspector: Wilke.

Subway, 4011 Monroe, inspected Nov. 21. Quat sanitizer in the buckets is low. Maintain quat at 200 ppm to properly sanitize food-contact surfaces. Corrected. Inspector: Wilke.

American Legion 576, 5267 N. Detroit, inspected Nov. 23. Buildup present in the pop gun behind the bar. Clean and sanitize daily. Container and tongs stored in the hand sink in the kitchen area. Do not block hand sink. Keep sink accessible for proper hand washing. Inspector: Kerry Stanley.

Subway, 5141 S. Main, Sylvania, inspected Nov. 21. Boxes of food-contact items and chips stored on floor in back room. Store such items at least six inches off floor. Inspector: Jennifer Gottschalk.

7-Eleven, 2601 W. Bancroft, inspected Nov. 26. Raw shell eggs stored above ready-to-eat food in the walk-in cooler. Store ready-to-eat food above raw meat/poultry to prevent contamination. Inspector: Wilke.

11th Frame Fryer, 5133 Telegraph, inspected Nov. 22. Box of sweet potatoes stored on floor next to ice machine. To prevent contamination, store such items at least six inches off floor. Inspector: Stanley.

North Toledo Arrow Club, 738 Galena, inspected Nov. 23. Raw shell eggs stored above ready-to-eat foods in one-door upright cooler. To prevent cross contamination, store raw meats and shell eggs below other food items. Buildup present inside ice machine. Clean and sanitize machine according to the manufacturer’s specifications. Inspector: Stanley.

Sidelines Wings & Things, 2111 Mellwood, inspected Nov. 28. Open container of daiquiri mix sitting out despite label specifying to refrigerate after opening. Cold food at 41 degrees or lower to prevent bacteria growth. Inspector: Wilke.

Marco’s Pizza, 2658 W. Central, inspected Nov. 23. Wet towel on food-prep table and no sanitizer bucket set up. Store wet towels in sanitizer bucket to prevent bacteria growth. A bucket must be set up during hours of operation. Inspector: Wilke.

Dunkin’ Donuts, 2709 W. Central, inspected Nov. 23. Whipped topping in Kenmore cooler is 55 degrees. Cold hold such food at at 41 degrees or lower to prevent bacteria growth. Discard whipped topping and defrost cooler. Store wet wiping towels in the sanitizer bucket. Inspector: Wilke.

Kentucky Fried Chicken, 5649 W. Alexis, inspected Dec. 7. Chicken in the top section of the warmer hot holding at 118 to 132 degrees. The chicken is held for 1½ hours after cooking, then discarded. Also found shredded barbecue chicken at 124 degrees in the warmer by the fryers. Time/temperature control for safety foods must be held hot at 135 degrees or higher to prevent bacteria growth. Shredded barbecue chicken discarded at time of inspection. Inspector: Gottschalk.

Cinco De Mayo Amigos, 6975 W. Central, inspected Dec. 7. Prep-top cooler is blocking hand sink. Repeat violation. Move prep cooler. No paper towels at the bar hand sink. Hand sinks must be accessible and stocked at all times to allow employees to properly wash their hands which is very important in preventing contamination. A reinspection will be conducted to ensure the cooler has been moved and the hand sink is accessible. Raw shell eggs stored above vegetables, raw hamburger stored above vegetables, and raw shrimp stored above cooked beef in the walk-in cooler. Follow proper food storage rules to prevent cross contamination. Repeat violation. Inconsistent date labeling observed in walk-in cooler. Food opened and prepared and held longer than 24 hours requires seven-day discard date. Inspector: Gottschalk.

Caribou Coffee, 6975 W. Central, inspected Dec. 7. Under-counter cooler has an air temperature of 53 degrees. Open smoothie drink mix discarded at time of inspection. Cooler is not maintaining food and beverages at proper temperature. New gaskets have been ordered. Do not use cooler for potentially hazardous food and beverages until gaskets have been replaced and cooler air temperature is 34 to 38 degrees. No paper towels available at the back hand sink by the three-bay sink. Stock hand sinks with soap, paper towels, and hot/cold running water. Inspector: Gottschalk.

Subway, 7621 Sylvania, Sylvania, inspected Dec. 9. No sanitizer wiping cloth bucket set up as required during hours of operation. Check concentration with test kit and change as needed. Unlabeled spray bottle observed. Spray bottles must be labeled to allow employees to know contents. Corrected. Employees placing gloves on without washing their hands first as required. Corrected. Inspector: Gottschalk.

Ralphie’s Franklin Park, 5702 Monroe, Sylvania, inspected Dec. 13. Found time/temperature control for safety foods above 41 degrees in the prep-top cooler. This is a new cooler. Temperature was adjusted to proper cooling level.Salad dressings in an ice bath at 43 degrees and 53 degrees. Make sure level of ice and food match. Dressing was discarded. Inspector: Gottschalk.

Sylvania Tam-O-Shanter Inc., 7060 W. Sylvania, Sylvania, inspected Dec. 12. No sanitizer in the sanitizer spray bottle. Set up sanitizer wiping cloth bucket with quat sanitizer before beginning to work. Store in-use wiping cloths in sanitizer bucket. Quat should test at 200 ppm. Change as needed. Cookie dough and milk stored in the Coke cooler. The Coke cooler is a beverage cooler and is not approved to cold hold foods. Inspector: Gottschalk.

Sylvania Diner, 5623 W. Alexis, inspected Dec. 14. Dead roach by the under-counter cooler next to the cupboard with the silverware. Staff cannot find the latest pest control report. According to health department records, the last pest control treatment by Stanchin & Son’s Pest Control was Nov. 28. The facility was receiving weekly pest control treatments for roaches. Facility is seeing less and less roaches. The facility must keep up with pest control until the roach problem is eliminated. Once the roach problem is eliminated, maintain program and continue to clean all equipment, floors, and walls to prevent pests. No seven-day discard date labeling observed on open and prepared time/temperature control for safety foods. Unlabeled chemical spray bottle observed hanging by the dish machine. Label chemical spray bottles to allow employees to know contents. Store chemicals away from food and food-contact items to prevent contamination. Inspector: Gottschalk.

New Millennium, 4307 W. Sylvania, inspected Dec. 12. Hot dogs on the roller grill holding hot at 105 to 115 degrees. Such food must be held hot at 135 degrees or higher to inhibit bacteria growth. Adjust heat setting on the roller grill. Repeat violation. If this violation is repeated again, a public health order will be issued forbidding this facility to serve hot foods. Hot dogs must be discarded. Sausage biscuit sandwiches holding at 119 degrees in hot hold case. Sandwiches must be heated to at least 135 degrees in the microwave before they are placed into hot holding units. This piece of equipment is designed only to maintain foods at hot holding temperature, not to heat foods. Sandwiches must be discarded. No thermometer available for checking food. Provide thermometer to check food temperatures. Repeat violation. There is no ingredient statement available for the turnovers for sale as required. Repeat violation. Raw eggs stored above ready-to-eat pickles and bottled water in the walk-in cooler. To prevent cross contamination, store raw eggs or meats below ready-to-eat foods and beverages. Repeat violation. Hand-washing sink blocked by ice bucket. This sink must be clear and accessible so that food handlers can properly wash their hands. Squeeze bottle of mayonnaise stored at room temperature with condiments. Package is labeled “refrigerate after opening” and must be held cold at 41 degrees or lower. Discard this bottle. Provide a shelf-stable mayonnaise or packets that do not require refrigeration. Inspector: Kelly Sattler.

McDonald’s, 1016 Conant, Maumee, inspected Jan. 5. Dish machine not dispensing chlorine. To effectively sanitize, the dish machine must dispense chlorine at 50 to 100 ppm. Sanitizer changed at inspection and machine was functioning. Inspector: Paul Bauman.

Subway, 8249 Sylvania Metamora, Sylvania, inspected Dec. 15. Two-liter pop stored in the ice machine. Do not place anything in the ice machine because of contamination risk. The pop bottle was removed at the time inspection. Inspector: Bauman.

Subway, 4608 Talmadge, inspected Dec. 21. A sanitizer bucket with the correct concentration of sanitizer must be set up during hours of operation. Food preparation surfaces must be cleaned and sanitized before working and periodically throughout the day. No sanitizer bucket was set up at time of inspection. Inspector: Sattler.

Food Town, 2725 Central, inspected Dec. 28. The hanging cheese and some block cheese is holding at 44 to 48 degrees. Hold such foods at 41 degrees or lower to prevent bacteria growth. Pizzas, tabbouleh, and barbecued chicken packaged by the deli are without proper labels. All labels must include the food’s name, list of ingredients, a responsibility statement, and net weight. Fried chicken holding in the self-serve hot case at 103 to 120 degrees. All foods must be held hot at 135 degrees or higher to prevent bacteria growth. Found open deli meats with use-by dates of Dec. 23 and Dec. 27. All open ready-to-eat food may only be held up to seven days; discard the expired food. Raw sausage stored above dill pickles in the floor case. Store raw meat below ready-to-eat food to prevent cross contamination. Inspector: Wilke.

Rising Stars Academy LLC, 8052 W. Central, inspected Jan. 11. Infant cooler holding time and temperature controlled for safety foods at 45 degrees at time of inspection. Cold hold food at 41 degrees or lower to prevent bacteria growth. Adjust cooler temperature. Inspector: Kurt Susdorf.

City Q Barbeque, 7402 W. Central, inspected Jan. 11. Improper cooling observed: found macaroni and cheese at 45 degrees and noodles cooling at 50 degrees and 48 degrees. Food was cooling with the lids on, stacked in the walk-in cooler. Food must be cooled quickly to prevent bacteria growth. See cooling sheet and use logs to monitor time and temperatures. Discard five pans of macaroni and cheese. Found chicken in the warmer at 117 to 127 degrees. Chicken hot holding must be 135 degrees or higher to prevent bacteria growth. Pans of chicken have been in the warmer less than four hours and must be reheated to 165 degrees or discarded. Take temperatures of all hot holding items throughout the day to ensure food is held at 135 degrees or higher. Bag of food in the broken under-counter cooler on the cook line. Do not place food in a broken cooler. Coolers and freezers must hold at proper temperatures prior to stocking with food. No label observed on chemical spray bottle by front counter, and spray bottle was stored above food contact items. All spray bottles must be properly labeled with chemicals’ common names to allow employees to know contents. Store chemicals away from food and food contact items to prevent contamination. Boxes of to-go bags and boxes of food-contact items stored on the floor; store such items at least six inches off floor to prevent contamination. The facility was licensed with an acid bath unit to wash and sanitize the racks in the smokers, but acid-bath unit has been discarded because it didn’t work. The facility at time of inspection lacks proper means to wash, rinse, and sanitize racks from the smokers. Facility must install an approved method to properly wash, rinse, and sanitize these racks to remove food debris. Inspector: Gottschalk.

Cafe Marie, 6819 W. Central, inspected Jan. 11. Small pan of chicken cooling with lid on container in the under-counter cooler. Follow proper cooling requirements. Cut sausage double-stacked in the top section of the prep-top cooler. The sliced sausage had a temperature of 54 degrees. Do not double-stack food containers in the top section of the prep-top cooler. Sausage was discarded. Raw steak stored over the bag of chocolate chips in the prep-top cooler. Raw meat must be stored on the bottom below all ready-to-eat food and produce to protect from cross contamination. Inspector: Gottschalk.

Fingerprints Learning Center, 6540 Brint, Sylvania, inspected Jan. 11. Open barbecue sauce in the cabinet. The label on the sauce it must be refrigerated after opening. Read all labels for proper storage instructions. Sauce was discarded. Inspector: Gottschalk.

Panda Chinese Restaurant, 1531 Sylvania, inspected Jan. 10. No sanitizer detected in the wipe cloth bucket. Change sanitizer as needed to maintain chlorine bleach at 50 to 100 ppm. Gravy being reheated in the steam table. Foods must be reheated to at least 165 degrees on a direct heat source before being placed into the steam table for hot holding. Cleaning products stored above bulk food bins. Store chemicals away from or below food and food-prep areas. Raw chicken stored above broccoli in the walk-in cooler. Store raw meats, poultry, and eggs below or away from ready-to-eat foods to prevent cross contamination. Inspector: Sattler.

McDonald’s, 5057 Monroe, inspected Jan. 4. Cheese slices not properly labeled with prep time and discard time. Label such food properly. Inspector: Susdorf.

Rally’s, 3033 Cherry, inspected Jan. 5. Hot holding unit on line not turned on; must be turned on before placing food inside it. The unit was holding time and temperature controlled for safety foods at 95 degrees. Also, hot dogs on line in drawer at 110 degrees. Hot hold at 135 degrees or higher to prevent bacteria growth. Hot dogs were grilled back to 165 degrees. Food at 45 degrees in walk-in cooler. The ambient air temperature of cooler was at 46 degrees. Cold hold at 41 degrees or lower to prevent bacteria growth. Licensed repairman was contacted to repair cooler. Lukewarm water on both the three-compartment sink and hand sink. Hot water must be available for proper hand washing and ware washing. Contact licensed plumber to fix problem. Observed water leak in the hand sink trap. Plumbing needs to be free of leaks and in good working condition. Contact licensed plumber to make repair. Inspector: Susdorf.

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