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Published: 10/10/2003

Today's log

BIRTHS

Bay Park Community Hospital

Jennifer Eddinger, Toledo, girl, Thursday.

Flower Hospital

Melissa Matthews, Bedford Township, Michigan, boy, Monday.

St. Charles Mercy Hospital

Angela and Robert Maville, Curtice, girl, Monday.

Nichole Fields, Oregon, girl, Tuesday.

Sharron Stayancho, Oak Harbor, Ohio, girl, Tuesday.

St. Luke's Hospital

Patricia and David Liming, Swanton, girl, Wednesday.

Leslie and Craig Cookson, Haskins, Ohio, boy, Wednesday.

St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center

Yolanda Taylor, Toledo, girl, Thursday.

Angela Cheaton, Toledo, boy, Thursday.

Alyse Besteder, Toledo, boy, Wednesday.

Toledo Hospital

Shashona Belmon, Toledo, boy, Wednesday.

Kamia and John Reddick, Toledo, boy, Wednesday.

Kerri and Charles Drabek, Toledo, girl, Tuesday.

Ashley Wilkins, Toledo, boy, Wednesday.

Amanda and Lester Collingsworth, Sylvania, boy, Wednesday.

Lauren Howard, Toledo, girl, Wednesday.

Sara and William Abt, Toledo, girl, Wednesday.

Jennifer and Kevin Loeffler, Toledo, girl, Monday.

Heather and Jason Zink, Toledo, girl, Wednesday.

Angie Torres, Toledo, girl, Wednesday.

Shannon and Clark Wittenberg, Lambertville, girl, Wednesday.

Janelle and Robert Troendle, Sylvania, boy, Wednesday.

MARRIAGE LICENSES

Lucas County

Oct. 8, 2003

Shane Corbett, 31, nuclear thermal engineer, and Lindsay Minnick, 21, student, both of Toledo.

David Ryan, 23, design engineer, and Natalie Bounds, 24, teacher, both of Toledo.

Andrew Kalicicki, 27, loader, and Abigail Dalton, 23, IV technician, both of Toledo.

Willie Holloway, 52, and Diana Holston, 45, machine operator, both of Toledo.

James Fritch, 40, boiler operator, and Michele Hartman, 30, teacher, both of Toledo.

William Richie, 32, manager, and Sarna Crawford, 39, both of Toledo.

James Conley III, 20, crew member, and Jamie Darnell, 20, shift manager, both of Toledo.

Arnold Leggett, 72, of Maumee, and Carol Hymore, 68, of Oregon.

Donald Fish, 51, pipe fitter, and Nina Merren, 37, horticulturist, both of Toledo.

Christopher Eppink, 32, management, and Cynthia Young, 33, human resource assistant, both of Toledo.

Elliott Dotson, 33, manager, and Kina McCreary, 30, medical assistant, both of Toledo.

Walter Storm, Sr., 48, truck driver, and Pamela Osborn, 23, both of Toledo.

Ryan McDonagh, 25, retail manager, and Jessica Domanski, 25, registered nurse, both of Toledo.

Steven Parsons, 52, fire chief, and Sharon Smith, 40, social worker, both of Waterville.

Joseph Jagodzinski, 30, computer operator, and Leslee Wirick, 29, deputy director, both of Toledo.

CRIME REPORTS

Robberies

A.P. Credit Union, of North Detroit, cash from a teller by two men about 12:30 p.m. Wednesday.

Dennis Curns, of Toledo, money orders and cash by a man on Front at Main about 7 p.m. Saturday.

Jennifer Avila, of Toledo, purse and contents by a man on Oak Grove at Tremainsville about 6:45 p.m. Sunday.

Bambino's Pizza, of Toledo, pizzas and cash from delivery driver by two men with a gun in the 200 block of Kevin about 9:30 p.m. Monday.

Bambino's Pizza, Monroe, pizzas and cash from delivery driver by two men with a gun in the 1100 block of Montrose about 12:45 a.m. Tuesday.

Family Dollar, West Bancroft, cash from a clerk by a man with a gun about 9:20 a.m. Tuesday.

Subway, North Summit, cash from clerks by a man about 8:15 p.m. Tuesday.

Burglaries

Auto Zone, Cherry, loss undetermined.

Mary Gilford, 324th, jewelry.

Higgins Marketing, South St. Clair, copper tubing.

Maya Bell, Alvin, DVD player, video game, video cartridges, cellular telephone, and DVD movies.

84 Lumber, West Alexis, loss undetermined.

Alex Lakotos, Hirzel, food.

Kathleen Smith, Sumner, TV and VCR.

Bernard Weik, Lakeside, CDs, cash, and jewelry.

Marco's Pizza, West Sylvania, loss undetermined.

Alex Esse, Whiting, medication.

Demetria Blackshear, Buckingham, DVD player, VCR, and Kool Aid.

Mitchell's Carry-Out, Starr, cigarettes.

Steven Pietszak, Berdan, camcorder.

Fresh Attitudes, Fernwood, cabinets and sinks.

Estelle Esmond, Delaware, TV and microwave.

Dreamers, North Superior, cash register, turntables, and amplifier.

Michael Janowiecki, Kinder, handgun.

Joe's Crab Shack, Baronial Plaza, credit card voucher and VCR/cassette player.

Frances Ward, Lincoln, money order and sandwich.

Steve Tano, Airport, CDs, shoes, clothing, jewelry, and DVDs.

Advance Speciality, Angola, laptop computers, hard drives, and camera.

Quickrete, Western, no loss.

Carl Veler, Maryland, no loss.

Bunde's Sales, West Laskey, loss undetermined.

Carol Delsignore, Marengo, tools.

American General Financial, West Alexis, computer, monitor, and AM/FM/CD player.

VFW Post 606, West Laskey, loss undetermined.

Sharon Clarke, Fremont, medication.

Honey-Do Projects, West Sylvania, hand and power tools.

George Smith, Overland, keys and auto.

Alvin Jelks, Moss, computer, videotapes, CDs, and camera.

Helen Peoples-Johnson, Chase, no loss.

Arletta Shockley, Oakwood, no loss.

Dayna Neely, Vance, picture frame, clothing, shoes, and jewelry.

Jerome Wilburn, Perth, no loss.

Marjorie Schaefer, Airline, tools.

Kristy Reynolds, Field, no loss.

Raye Boroff, Gunckel, no loss.

Tonia Wilson, Alcott, no loss.

Melissa Crouch, North Detroit, TV, video game, video cartridges, stereo system, and CDs.

Anthony Barber, Forest, food.

Rent-A-Center, Dorr, DVD players and VCR/DVD player.

Evelyn Rivera, Eastern, clothing and telephone.

Carl Beavers, Buckingham, no loss.

Kevin's Automotive, Marine, no loss.

Richard Knopp, Hill, tools.

Rayfield Coley, Woodland, lamp, computer, carpet cleaner, buffer, TV, camcorder, vacuum cleaner, boom box, stereo, and remote.

Sunoco/L&M Automotive, West Sylvania, van.

Jacob Moore, Drexel, video game, video cartridges, and DVDs.

Neil Casey, Belmont, no loss from the 1500 block of Roosevelt.

Thefts

Whitmer High School, Clegg, loss undetermined.

Judith Strong, Alvin, wallet and contents from the 5200 block of Hill.

Phyllis Pietz, Monroe, Sylvania, furniture, mattress, microwave, rug, linens, and bread maker from the 1100 block of Steeple Chase.

Finley Gleason, Parkwood, wallet and contents from West Central at Secor.

Robin Byczynski, Woodsdale, purse and contents from auto at home.

Deborah Weber, Tyler, Walbridge, wallet and contents from the 400 block of North Erie.

Robert Asberry, Second, cash and mechanical parts from residence.

Lori Kidd, Edgebrook, battery charger and CDs from auto at home.

Brian Miller, Lambertville, bicycle, space heater, toolbox, scuba equipment, and battery charger from the 5100 block of Secor.

Bayview Apartments, East Manhattan, cash and money order.

Byron Buck, Scottwood, speakers and amplifiers from auto at home.

David Kraemer, Lodge, speakers, TV, DVD, CD, and stereo system from the 300 block of Morrison.

Erin Beach, Jackman, speakers, amplifiers, cash, CDs, and AM/FM/CD player from auto at home.

Beth Errington, Sheri, CD stereo, amplifier, speakers, tool kit, and wallet and contents from auto at home.

American Rent All, South Westwood, generator.

Thi Le, Fremont, Ohio, purse and contents from auto in the 5300 block of Airport.

Lewiston Apartments, Lewis, dryer.

Gwendolyn Allen, Machen, lawnmower, edger, and hedgers from residence.

Juanita Mullins, Hanover, identification and credit cards from the 2100 block of North Cove.

Trevor Bostelman, Defiance, Ohio, speakers, speaker box, amplifier, and CD stereo from auto on Spring Hollow at Holland-Sylvania.

Janet Erven, Bernath, purse and contents from Southwyck at South Reynolds.

Angela Rump, Vanderbilt, wallet and contents from residence.

Alicia Kuehl, Fremont Pike, Perrysburg, laptop computer, leather coat, and cosmetics from auto on North Huron at Washington.

Bambino's Pizza, Airport, cash.

Emily Elum, Walnut Circle, golf clubs, CD player, coat, and CDs from auto at home.

Leroy Walter, Eleanor, floor jack, battery charger, toolbox, tools, and buffer from truck at home.

James Pirolli, Robinwood, pot, pans, furniture, and diamond bracelet.

Daniel Sexton, North Erie, bank card from residence.

Barron Mathis, Nashville, wallet and contents from SUV in the 5000 block of Monroe.

TRAFFIC INJURIES

Monday

7:45 a.m. - North Detroit and Prospect. Autos of Brandon Lewis, 17, of Amara, of Yvette King, 47, of Nebraska, whose passenger, Raven King, 9, of Nebraska, who was treated at Toledo Hospital.

4:15 p.m. - 1200 block of Western. Auto of Martina Carpenter, 23, of Brookley, and a pedestrian, James Brent, 29, of Western, who was treated at St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center.

7:10 p.m. - Chestnut and North Ontario. Auto of Armondo Jante, of Daniels, hit-skip vehicle, whose passenger, Jodie Fleenor, 18, of Magnolia, was treated at St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center.

7:19 p.m.- 400 block of Starr. Hit-skip vehicle and a pedestrian, Haley Amerson, 6, of Potter, who was admitted in serious condition to St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center.

Tuesday

1:20 p.m. - Lewis and Linda. Auto of Daniel Ball, 32, of Sandralee, and bicycle of Louis Garza, 36, of Eastway, who was treated at St. Anne Mercy Hospital.

3:50 p.m. - Oak and Fassett. Hit-skip vehicle and auto of Tanya Buck, 23, of Lime City, Perrysburg, who was treated at Bay Park Community Hospital.

6:47 p.m. - West Bancroft and University Hills. Autos of Lindsay Kolb, 20, of Vermaas, and Kathleen Monroe, 68, of Maplewood, who was treated at Toledo Hospital along with passenger, Antonio Duda, 6, of Fairview.

8:30 p.m. - South Byrne and Arlington. Hit-skip vehicle and auto of Todd Taylor, 28, of Western, who was treated at Medical College of Ohio Hospitals.

8:35 p.m. - 3200 block of Dorr. Autos of Jeremy Ketter, 21, of Inverness, and Dennis Oliver, 22, of Lagrange, who was treated at Toledo Hospital.



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