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Daily Log: 8-12


Mercy St. Vincent Medical Center

Cassandra and Kenneth Brown, Tiffin, boy, Aug. 9

Toledo Hospital

Jeri and Chris Cheatham, Lambertville, girl, Aug. 8

Autumn Gilmore, Toledo, boy, Aug. 10

Jerilyn and John Main, Bowling Green, boy, Aug. 9

Whitney and Caleb Reighard, Rossford, girl, Aug. 9

Kemunto and Jacob Moses, Toledo, boy, Aug. 9

Therese and Randy Hill, Ottawa Lake, girl, Aug. 9

Beth and Elzick Urias, Perrysburg, girl, Aug. 9

Nicole and Marco Ortiz, Toledo, girl Aug. 9

Sarah and Dante Corente, Toledo, girl, Aug. 10

Chassidy Gomer, Holland, boy, Aug. 10

St. Luke’s Hospital

Cassandra and Ben Sayed, Maumee, boy Aug. 10

Flower Hospital

Cassandra and Jay Meents, Waterville, girl, Aug. 9

Natalie and Adam Brill, Perrysburg, girl, Aug. 9


Crime reports


Phylicia Cattladge, digital music player from residence in 700 block of North Erie.

Wohlleb Socie, scrap metal from contractor’s site in 100 block of Columbus.

Joanne Walterschied, TV from residence in 4300 block of North Lockwood.

Malinda Ross, video-game system, wristwatch, DVD player, stereo player, cash, and shoes from residence in 1400 block of Brooke Park.

MPM & Associates, two computers, TV, router, and 1985 Buick Riviera from office building in 4700 block of North Detroit.

Dawn Klosinski, TV from residence in 1700 block of Freedom.

Miranda Calopietro, computer from residence in 600 block of Colburn.


Christopher Ford, cash and wedding ring from motel in 1800 block of Miami.

Aaron Frisch, computer, digital music player, silver-gold ring, and two gold necklaces from residence in 6000 block of Edgedale.

Ozie Syph, three pension checks from residence in 1200 block of Norwood.

Luann Szalkowski, several autographed model NASCAR cars from residence in 5400 block of Yermo.

Casey Cade, prescription medication from residence in 4300 block of Asbury.

Louis Dinnings, Social Security check from former residence on Nevada Street in East Toledo.


Coroner’s rulings

The Lucas County Coroner has ruled in the following deaths:

David Zilba, 64, of Toledo, April 21, at home. Accidental, saddle pulmonary thromboembolus; deceased fell at home.

Thomas Bean, 43, of Toledo, May 23, at home. Homicide, multiple gunshot wounds.

James Case, 60, of Toledo, June 11, at home. Accidental, subdural hematoma; deceased fell down stairs at home.

Richard Janicki, 55, of Maumee, April 16, at home. Accidental, combined drug toxicity.

William Shaffer, 49, of Toledo, March 7, at Mercy St. Vincent Medical Center. Undetermined, complications of blunt head trauma.

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