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Published: Monday, 3/25/2013

Daily Log: 3-25

Births

St. Luke’s Hospital

Julia and Kelley Crutcher, Perrysburg, girl, March 24.

 

Coroner’s Rulings

The Lucas County Coroner has ruled in the following deaths:

Betty Arnold, 71, of Toledo, Nov. 29, at Mercy St. Vincent Medical Center. Accidental, internal decapitation suffered from auto accident.

David Barnd, 47, of Findlay, Feb. 28, at University of Toledo Medical Center. Accidental, complications of blunt-force trauma to head and torso suffered in auto accident.

Christopher Bragg, 29, of Toledo, Dec. 29, at Flower Hospital. Suicide, acute drug toxicity.

Ressie Cason, 84, of Toledo, March 1, at home. Accident, acute bronchopneumonia; deceased had unwitnessed fall at home.

Brittany Curley, 20, of Toledo, Nov. 19, at Mercy St. Vincent Medical Center. Accidental, multisystem organ failure.

Charles Dennis, 66, of Toledo, Feb. 19, at Hospice of Northwest Ohio on South Detroit. Homicide, acute pneumonia; complication of paraplegia.

Anthony Fizer, 42, of Toledo, Dec. 10, at Mercy St. Vincent Medical Center. Homicide, multiple gunshot wounds.

Josiah Galat, 20, of Toledo, Dec. 19, in 1700 block of Rocket. Homicide, stab wounds of the neck.

Wendelina Garcia, 68, of Toledo, March 3, at University of Toledo Medical Center. Accidental, complications of traumatic brain injury sustained from fall on stairway.

David Goben, 39, of Toledo, Feb. 6, at University of Toledo Medical Center. Suicide, complications of hanging; deceased hanged himself.

Isaac Goff, 42, of Toledo, March 15, at Toledo Hospital. Accidental, traumatic cerebral and cervical spine injuries sustained from being struck by motor vehicle.

Mark Gossett, 39, of Maumee, Nov. 20, in 300 block of Conant. Accidental, combined drug toxicity.

Barbara Neville, 85, of Toledo, Jan. 2, at Ebeid Hospice in Sylvania. Accidental, arteriosclerotic cardiovascular disease; deceased fell at home.

Brian Robinson, 43, of Toledo, Oct. 28, at home. Accidental, combined ethanol and morphine toxicity.

James Smith, 88, of Toledo, Feb. 2, at Mercy St. Vincent Medical Center. Accidental, anoxic encephalopathy.

David Wagner, 74, of Toledo, March 8, at Toledo Hospital. Accidental, peritonitis as a complication of multiple blunt trauma including small bowel perforation.

Joan Watson, 49, of Toledo, Jan. 13, in 3100 block of W. Sylvania. Homicide, sharp force trauma to neck.

 

Crime reports

Burglaries

John Jasinski, suitcase, Blu-ray movies, and video game systems with games and controllers from residence in 1200 block of Hirzel.

Charles Johnson, wallet with cash from residence in 1900 block of Marlow.

Mary Wilson, television and video game system from residence in 1200 block of Crystal.

Ann Gallagher, televisions, computer with monitor, and video game system from residence in 1400 block of Colton.

Jocelyn Cook, medicine from residence in 4100 block of Marlaine.

Marcia Harris, jewelry, televisions, and computers from residence in 800 block of Hampton.

Mark Schmenk, DVD player and video game system with games from residence in 3000 block of Frampton.

Dale Warnke, cash, firearm, knives, and video game system with controllers from residence in 1900 block of Airline.

Jacqueline Wilson, television and laptop computer from residence in 2200 block of North Reynolds.

Theresa Rangel, televisions from residence in 500 block of Dearborn.

Latoya Lewis, laptop computers, televisions, clothes, shoes, and food from residence in 900 block of Frederick.

Marcus Peregoy, credit cards, DVD player, and power tools from residence in 1000 block of Kelsey.

Kasandra Coffie, televisions from residence in 1300 block of Elmwood.



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