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Published: Monday, 9/22/2003

Today's log

BIRTHS

Flower Hospital

Jada and Freeman Johnson, Toledo, girl and boy, Wednesday.

Abigail and Nathaniel Weaver, Lambertville, girl, Thursday.

Shannon and Peter Wejikowiak-Scully, Toledo, boy, Thursday.

St. Luke's Hospital

Cori and Loren Boos, Risingsun, Ohio, boy, Saturday.

St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center

Corey Coutcher, Toledo, boy, Friday.

Toledo Hospital

Michelle Conrad, Toledo, girl, Saturday.

Jennifer Vasquez, Toledo, girl, Saturday.

Marlene and David Nearhood, Toledo, boy and girl, Saturday.

Sharon and Chao Cox, Maumee, girl, Saturday.

Marie and Jeffery Schroeder, Toledo, girl, Saturday.

Sandra and Alan Pietrzak, Holland, girl, Saturday.

Michele and Gary Heintschel, Swanton, girl, Sunday.

CRIME REPORTS

Robberies

Wendy Urban, vehicle from gas station in the 1800 block of Front at 2:15 p.m. Monday, later recovered.

Speedway, Tremainsville, cash by a man with a knife about 9:20 p.m. Thursday.

Charter One Bank, Lagrange, cash by two men with a handgun at 1:20 p.m. Thursday.

The Andersons, Talmadge, portable stereo and a knife by a man who was apprehended in the store at 12:25 p.m. Thursday.

Kentucky Fried Chicken, Dorr, cash by a man with a handgun about 9:30 p.m. Thursday.

Burglaries

Summit Carryout, North Summit, cigarettes and cash.

Alfredo Escobar, North Huron, leather couch and stereo system.

Yum Yum, North Summit, no loss.

Stephen Whitker, Alvin, computer, DVD player, DVD movie, and cash.

Lee's Construction, Delphos, generator and hand and power tools.

EM's Beauty Salon, Glendale, cash.

Tropical Fish Fantasies, Hillwyck, no loss.

Mark Triplett, Knower, two lawnmowers, air compressor, and jack.

Express Carryout, Mulberry, cash and cigarettes.

First Choice Hair Cutters, West Alexis, video camera and cash register and contents.

Roshonda Woodley, Sherman, undetermined loss.

Phillip Woodward, East Manhattan, two DVD players, VCR, and DVD movies.

Renita Robinson, East Bancroft, bicycle and DVD player.

COSI, Discovery Way, bottles of beer.

Bernice Toney, Maplewood, video game system, cordless phone, VCR movies, and video games.

Shawn Rogers, Findlay, radio/CD player, two pair of binoculars, and saxophone.

China King, Telegraph, undetermined loss.

Odessa Rivers, Woodland, wallet and contents.

Roxanne Walker, Heathshire, video game system.

Focus, Inc., Ashland, two lawnmowers, three weed cutters, and a snow blower.

Thefts

Carol Mefferd, Roanwood, purse and contents from auto in parking lot in the 2000 block of Tremainsville.

Donelda Hammer, Harvest, purse and contents from auto in parking lot in the 4800 block of Monroe.

Darrell Valentine, East Oakland, four tires with rims from auto in the 1000 block of Norwood.

Douglas Teskey, Adams, laptop computer, running shoes, CDs, and hockey equipment from auto at residence.

Kevin Gorsuch, Orchard, stereo equipment from auto at residence.

MUNICIPAL COURT

Toledo

Driving while intoxicated

Catherine Rutherford, 35, of 1330 Eastgate, arrested Feb. 15; 90 days CCNO suspended on completion of 3 days DWI program, $250 fine and costs, license suspended one day. Judge Gene Zmuda.

Todd Norton, 20, of 3467 Deepwood, Lambertville, arrested June 26; 27 days stayed, 3 day DWI program, $650 fine and costs, license suspended Sept. 9 to Dec. 26, credit since June 26, active probation one year. Judge Mary Trimboli.

Joseph Sutherlin-Gorsha, 20, of 5303 South Main, Sylvania, arrested Oct. 1, 2002; 180 days CCNO with 177 days suspended, $350 fine and costs, license suspended one year, active probation one year. Judge C. Allen McConnell.

Michelle Jones, 23, of 7694 Seneca, Temperance, arrested May 4; 3 days house arrest, $250 fine and costs, license suspended Sept. 11 to Oct. 31, credit since May 4. Judge Francis Gorman.

David Maroyooui, 47, of 54 Birmingham, arrested May 4; 120 days CCNO, $1,000 fine. Judge Gorman.

Ronald Shuflet, 21, of 4138 Walker, arrested Sept. 6; 90 days suspended on completion of 3 days DWI program, $250 fine and costs, license suspended six months. Judge Zmuda.

Patrick West, 46, of 3844 Drexel, arrested Dec. 12, 2002; 120 days CCNO with 110 days suspended, $500 fine and costs, license suspended 9 months, credit since Dec. 12, 2002, active probation one year. Judge Gorman.

Daniel Simpson, 31, of 5324 Rector, arrested Dec. 5, 2002; 90 days CCNO with 80 days suspended, $650 fine and costs, license suspended three months, credit since Dec. 5, 2002; active probation one year. Judge Trimboli.

Delbert Keatley, 24, of 641 Federal, arrested 1997; 180 days CCNO suspended except 3 days, $350 fine and costs, license suspended one year, Judge McConnell.

David McGee, 34, of 914 Baker, arrested Dec. 4, 2000; 90 days CCNO, with 82 days suspended and 8 days credit for time served, $300 fine and costs, active probation one year. Judge Denise Dartt.

Physical control

Kirk Huebner, 27, of 2623 Moffet, arrested April 5; 90 days suspended on completion of 3 days DWI program, $250 fine and costs, license suspended Sept. 10 to Oct. 2, credit since April 5. Judge Zmuda.

CORONER RULINGS

Lucas County

Aldrich Kelsey, 13, of Monclova Township, Sept. 12 at State Rt. 295 and Monclova Road. Accidental, head injuries in auto accident.

Ira Alexander, 57, of Toledo, Aug. 14 at St. Vincent's Mercy Medical Center. Accidental, complications of multiple trauma in motorcycle accident.

Burdette Becker, 51, of Toledo, July 6 at residence. Suicide, overdose of prescription drug.

Elizabeth Bushong, 75, of Holland, Sept. 16 at residence. Accidental, asphyxia; deceased was caught on bed rail.

Lee Griffith, of Lima, Ohio, 3 months, July 20 at Toledo Hospital. Accidental, organ failure due to positional asphyxia from lying in creased mattress.

Colleen Higley, 49, of Toledo, July 21 at residence. Accidental, overdose of prescription drug.

Terrance Hood, 41, of Toledo, Sept. 14 at residence. Suicide, intern`l injuries and fractures from jump from apartment window.

David Maloney, 47, of Blissfield, Sept. 17 at Medical College of Ohio Hospitals. Suicide, gunshot wound to chest.

Charles Penwell, 60, of Upper Sandusky, Ohio, Sept. 16 at Medical College of Ohio Hospitals. Accidental, multiple trauma from motor vehicle accident.

Liesa Radford, 44, of Whitehouse, Sept. 14 on Ohio Turnpike in Springfield Township. Suicide, massive crushing injuries; pedestrian struck by multiple vehicles on turnpike.

Luella Whaley, 53, of Toledo, July 26 at residence. Suicide, overdose of prescription drug.

RESTAURANT INSPECTIONS

Recently released inspection reports of Lucas County food-service operations

Reinspections:

McDonald's, 6555 Airport, re-inspected Aug. 4. Violations have been corrected, none added. Inspector: Sara Becker.

Laurel Hill Swim and Tennis Club, 2222 Cass, re-inspected Aug. 4. All violations corrected, none added. Inspector: Mike Brady.

Fritzie Freeze, 3217 Seaman, Oregon, re-inspected Aug. 5. All violations corrected, none added. Inspected by Jaclyn Kistler.

Taco Bell, 3107 Navarre, Oregon, re-inspected Aug. 5. All violations corrected, none added. Inspector: Jaclyn Kistler.

Sam's Coney Island, 855 South Holland-Sylvania, re-inspected Aug. 5. All violations have been corrected, none added. Inspector: Heidi Sanders.

Lonestar Steakhouse & Saloon, 5630 Airport, re-inspected Aug. 6. All violations corrected, none added. Inspector: Sanders.

Wendy's, 2866 Navarre, Oregon, inspected Aug. 19. All violations from Aug. 19 violation have been corrected, none added. Inspector: Jaclyn Kistler.

Mi Hacienda, 3302 Glanzman, re-inspected Aug. 6. Critical violations: Beef tips found sitting out at 100 degrees, keep in hot or cold holding to prevent bacterial growth. Product discarded. Proper glove use was re-explained in Spanish to cook from manager. Gloves discarded, hands washed for 20 seconds. Wipe cloths must be kept in sanitizer solution (100 ppm chlorine) and used for wiping down all food contact surfaces. Store all food containers, dishes, food boxes and utensils 6 inches or greater off floor to prevent contamination. Eliminate standing water from clean dish side. Do not store clean dishes on clean dish drain shelf. Inspector: Brady.

Local 12 UAW, 2300 Ashland, inspected Aug. 20. Critical violation pending: Sliced turkey and corned beef at 46-47 degrees in prep top cooler. These foods are potentially hazardous and must be maintained at 45 degrees or less to inhibit the growth of bacteria. No other critical violations pending, none added. Inspector: Dacquisto.

Critical violations

Central Park West, 3141 Central Park West, inspected Aug. 8. Critical violations: 2-door Hobart must be serviced to be 41 degrees or below. Thermostat turned colder at time of inspection, corrected. Inspector: James Herzberg.

Bob Evans Restaurant, 6435 Center, inspected Aug. 8. Critical violations: front line cooler not holding at 41 degrees. Inspector: Sanders.

Krogers, 4925 Jackman, inspected Aug. 8. Critical violations: keep hand sink accessible at all times in produce area. Store eggs on lowest shelf in reach in cooler. Inspector: Jeff Neistadt.

Uptown Market Two, 1602 Cherry, inspected Aug. 8. Critical violations: hand sink must be clean and accessible at all times. Facility not licensed to reheat food, only to cook and serve food. Sanitizer buckets must be set up before any food prep done and wiping towels must stay in bucket in between uses. Store food items in refrigerator in proper order. Date mark all prepared and processed potentially hazardous foods. Use only food grade food containers. Keep all food items 6 inches or more off floor. Remove all non-functional, unnecessary equipment from establishment. Inspector: Kelly Satter.

Mr. Philly, 525 East Manhattan, inspected Aug. 12. Critical violations: hair restraints must be worn by all employees handling food; no visors. Cold foods must be kept below 41 degrees. Inspector: Satter.

Ping On, 525 East Manhattan, inspected Aug. 12. Critical: wipe-cloth buckets should be set up with sanitizer. Clean and maintain 2-door and 3-door stainless steel coolers, entire wok line, all floors, walls, and ceilings, steam table. Do not reuse food or egg containers or buckets; use approved food containers for food storage. All hot and cold foods must be kept at proper temperatures. Do not store food on absorbent surfaces but directly in the pans. Store food in proper order in cooler and freezer. All food items and equipment must be stored 6 inches or more off floor. All hand washing must be done at designated sink in the kitchen. Date mark all potentially hazardous foods with 7-day expiration date. Inspector: Satter.

Mi Hacienda, 3302 Glanzman, inspected Aug. 12. Critical violations: label bulk food containers in basement and store all food items 6 inches or more off floor. Store raw eggs below cooked foods and produce. Do not clean grease filters in mop sink. Trash boxes need to be put into recycle bin. Inspector: Mike Brady.

Pizza Hut, 3320 Glendale, inspected Aug. 12. Critical violations: person in charge must know basic food rules. Metal stem thermometer needed to check food temps. Disposable gloves must be available at all times and no selling of ready to eat foods till gloves are on site. Store clean utensils in clean containers. Keep clean dish side of the dish machine free of food, and sanitized. Inspector: Brady.

Don Pablo's, 6040 Knights Inn, inspected Aug. 3. Critical violations. Store sanitizer rags in sanitizer bucket at all times when not in use. Fire-suppression system leaking in walk-in cooler; fix immediately. Mold in pop gun holsters in bar area; clean holsters regularly. Inspector: Sanders.

TRAFFIC INJURIES

Wednesday

10:53 p.m. - 1700 block of Brownstone. Auto of Gerald Smith, 41, of Victoria, who was treated at Medical College of Ohio Hospitals after his vehicle struck two parked autos.

Thursday

8:05 a.m.- Eleanor and Belmar. Auto of Nathaniel Light, 17, of Craigwood, and Kevin Schuster, 35, of Berkshire, who was treated at Toledo Hospital.

12:30 p.m. - 2700 block of Monroe. Minivan of Virgil Wright, 45, of Fulton, who was treated at St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center after his vehicle struck a parked auto.

2:29 p.m. - South Erie and Sunrise. SUV of Shirley Tucker, 54, of Potomac, and auto of Angela Jarouche, 20, of Somerset, who was treated at Medical College of Ohio Hospitals.

3:30 p.m. - Lagrange and Mettler. Hit-skip auto and a pedestrian, Sajun Pierson, 14, of Everett, who was treated at St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center.

4:25 p.m. - Monroe and Aldringham. Auto of Julie Sortor, 44, of Erie, Mich., and Antonia Rode, 63, of Aldringham, who was admitted in fair condition to Toledo Hospital.



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