Bay Park Community Hospital
Esther and Salvador Sandoval, Toledo, boy, Sunday.
Jennifer Couture, Toledo, girl, Saturday.
Kelli and Charlie Harshman, Sylvania, boy, Thursday.
Holly and David Hough, Sylvania, girl, Thursday.
Tricia and Steven Prange, Toledo, boy, Friday.
St. Anne Mercy Hospital
Ariana Williams, Toledo, girl, Friday.
Lisa and Richard Butera, Toledo, girl, Saturday.
Leslie Byrne, Toledo, girl, Friday.
Rebecca and Royal Short, Waterville, boy, Thursday.
Ayana and Thomas Dixon, Toledo, girl, Thursday.
Peggy Smith, Delta, girl, Thursday.
Amy and George Cole, Toledo, boy, April 23.
Tiffany Pitzen, Toledo, girl, Friday.
Stephanie and Scott Kanneman, Metamora, boy, Friday.
Jami Boehmer, Maumee, boy, Friday.
St. Luke's Hospital
Wendy and Steven Petteys, Perrysburg, boy, Saturday.
Melissa and Craig Goris, Bowling Green, girl, Saturday.
Abigail and Brent Damer, Toledo, boy, Sunday.
Courtney Smithers, Toledo, girl, Sunday.
Jennifer and Mario Lopez, Elmore, girl, Sunday.
Jessica Willbrandt, Toledo, boy, Saturday.
Jennifer and Mark Zielinski, Temperance, boy, Saturday.
Cheryl and Chad Shepherd, Toledo, girl, Saturday.
Gina and James Carlson, Perrysburg, boy, Saturday.
Susan and Robert Rieske, Toledo, girl, Saturday.
Wendy and Robert Nichols, Toledo, boy, Tuesday.
Recently released inspection
reports of Lucas County
KFC, 2224 Woodville, Oregon, inspected April 1. Critical violation: all potentially hazardous foods must be transported in refrigerated vehicle. Inspector Jaclyn Kistler.
Daffy's Thirsty Duck, 5134 Lewis, inspected April 1. Critical violation: expiration dates must be placed on all opened and prepared potentially hazardous foods. Inspector Steve Perrine.
Rally's, 3509 Airport, inspected April 1. Critical violations: food employees may not wear jewelry other than a plain wedding band. Employees must wash hands before putting on gloves to prevent contamination of clean gloves. Employees handling food must not touch foods with bare hands; repeat violation. Inspector Cynthia Garcia.
Pharm, 410 South Wheeling, Oregon, inspected March 29. Critical violations: store all food products 6 inches or more off floor. Rotate stock of baby food to ensure expired foods removed from shelves. Store raw meats below cooked foods. Inspector Kistler.
Shell, 2202 South Reynolds, inspected March 29. Critical violation: no approved sanitizer on site. Inspector Mike Brady.
Erie Market and Deli, 626 Chestnut, inspected March 30. Critical violation: keep pizza sauce at 41 degrees or less. All refrigerated, ready-to-eat, potentially hazardous foods must be date marked. Keep all food items off floor and call licensed pest control operator. Inspector Kelly Sattler.
BP Oil, 3369 Navarre, Oregon, inspected March 30. Critical violation: store all food products six inches or more off floor. Inspector Kistler.
Family Pantry, 4319 Heatherdowns, inspected March 31. Critical violation: amonia test strips needed. Inspector Brady.
Bassett's Nutrition Market, 4315 Heatherdowns, inspected March 31. Critical violation: trail mix needs ingredients label. A negative water dispensing machine lab result is needed. Inspector Brady.
Hollywood Video, 7225 West Central, Sylvania Township, inspected March 31. Critical violation: clean cardboard and trash from inside of Dumpster. Inspector James Herzberg.
Maumee Elks, 139 West Wayne, Maumee, inspected April 1. Critical violation: cooling process for foods must be done correctly. Inspector Kevin Halligan.
The Barnacle, 10530 Corduroy, Oregon, inspected April 5. Critical violations: store food products 6 inches or more off floor. Provide approved handled scoops for bulk items. Potentially hazardous foods held past discard dates. Discontinue using wild game or any meat not inspected by the USDA. Inspector Kistler.
Central Catholic High School, 2550 Cherry, inspected April 5. Critical violation: keep potentially hazardous foods at proper temperatures. Inspector Debbie Dacquisto.
Wendy's, 1109 South, inspected April 5. Critical violation: store raw eggs on bottom shelf of cooler. Inspector Mike Butcher.
Arby's, 1455 Secor, inspected April 6. Critical violations: employees must wash hands before putting on new disposable gloves, corrected. Food employees may not wear jewelry other than a plain wedding band. Food employes must wear gloves when preparing ready to eat food and use utensils to handle food, corrected. They must also wear hair restraints, corrected. Quat sanitizer in buckets by prep area must have the proper concentration. Inspector Garcia.
Zenobia Temple, 1511 Madison, inspected April 6. Critical violation: date-mark all potentially hazardous ready to eat foods. Inspector Dacquisto.
King Elementary School, 1415 Lawrence, inspected April 7. Critical violations: Potentially hazardous foods must be held at proper temperatures. Staff on serve line should not eat at this time but in designated area separate from food being served. Inspector Dacquisto.
Burger King, 1441 Secor, inspected April 8. Critical violation: store food 6 inches off floor of walk in cooler. Inspector Garcia.
Neapolis Carry Out, 8140 Main, Neapolis, inspected April 5. Critical violation: outdated baby food must be discarded. Inspector Sara Becker.
Speedway, 5904 West Central, Sylvania Township, inspected April 5. Critical violations: clean out mildew in ice maker. Adjust food thermometers that are out of calibration. Inspector Herzberg.
Little Caesar's Pizza, 4302 Lewis, inspected April 6. Critical violation: date-mark all opened or prepared foods with expiration date. Inspector Perrine.
Showcase Cinemas, 1360 Conant, Maumee, inspected April 7. Critical violations: maintain proper cold temperatures for potentially hazardous foods; repair reach-in cooler as soon as possible. Inspector Halligan.
Tim Hortons, 3125 Glendale, inspected April 12. Critical violations: replace two broken thermometers. Ammonia test strips needed. Inspector Brady.
Burger King, 1940 South Byrne, inspected April 12. Critical violations: no sanitizer found in three-vat sink. Thermometer needed in salad and chicken reach-in coolers. Inspector Brady.
Anne Grady, 2155 South Byrne, inspected April 12. Critical violation: handsink needed. Inspector Brady.
Legends Cafe, 6719 Providence, Whitehouse, inspected April 12. Critical violations: all foods prepared must be used that day only, leftovers must be discarded. All hot foods must be held at proper hot temperatures. Newly added prep top too close to dish area. Facility does not have prep sink; all produce must be purchased fully washed and cut. Pare down menu to match capacity of kitchen. Date-mark all foods in cold storage with expiration date. Place consumer advisory on menu re: raw or under-cooked foods. Hold wipe cloths in sanitizer solution when not in use. Food and equipment may not be stored in very back room of facility. Inspector Becker.
White Tower, 1002 Jefferson, inspected April 12. Critical violations: date-mark all potentially hazardous, ready-to-eat foods and individual portion soups. Store raw meat below cooked foods in reach-in cooler. Wipe cloth sanitizer too strong; make proper strength. Inspector Dacquisto.
Ducat's Imperial Lanes, 5505 West Central, Sylvania Township, inspected April 13. Critical violations: replace broken rubber door gasket on freezer next to fryers. Chain pressurized CO2 containers to wall. Inspector Herzberg.
Picrose, 3253 Franklin, inspected April 13. Critical violation: keep raw eggs stored below ready to eat foods or beverages. Inspector Sattler.
Golden Lily Restaurant, 219 North Superior, inspected April 13. Critical violations: date-mark all refrigerated ready-to-eat foods on day prepared. Store all utensils on clean, dry surface when not in use, corrected. Inspector Sattler.
Sunset Village, main kitchen, 9640 Sylvania-Metamora, Sylvania, inspected April 14. Critical violations: pans of beef and pork gravy in walk-in cooler were 55 and 50 degrees; discarded. Do not store single-use spoons of floor of ice cream shop. Inspector Herzberg.
Cafe Lourdes, 6832 Convent, Sylvania, inspected April 14. Critical violations: raw eggs must be stored below all other foods in reach-in cooler. Unused plastic and paper single-use containers must be stored off the floor. Inspector Herzberg.
Liz's Snack Shop, 520 Madison, inspected April 14. Critical violations: date mark all refrigerated ready to eat foods. Store diswashing liquid below or away from food and beverage. Inspector Sattler.
Saigon Bistro, 4102 Airport, inspected April 14. Critical violations: employees may not wear watch or jewelry on hands or arms. Store raw meats below vegetables; store raw chicken below raw beef. Use correct chlorine concentration in wipe bucket. Inspector Garcia.
Magic Wok, 5905 West Central, Sylvania Township, inspected April 15. Critical violations: sanitizer in wiping cloth bucket too strong, corrected. Do not overstack egg rolls that are in refrigeration. Leave cooked foods uncovered until cooled to 41 degrees before you cover them, corrected. Chain pressurized CO2 tanks to prevent falling. Install new laminate on edges of two work counters. Inspector Herzberg.
Library Cafe, 325 Michigan, inspected April 15. Critical violations: Hold foods at proper temperatures. Inspector Dacquisto.
Family Dollar Store, 1135 West Sylvania.
Speedway, 6757 Airport, Springfield Township.
Hines Farm, 3950 South Berkey-Southern, Spencer Township.
Lutheran Village, 2001 Perrysburg-Holland, Holland.
Browning Care Center, 8885 Browning, Waterville.
Lial Elementary, 5700 Davis, Whitehouse.
Highland Meadows Golf Club main kitchen, 7455 Erie, Sylvania.
Prime Time North, 1266 West Alexis.
Netty's, 1244 West Alexis.
Schlotzsky's Deli, 1419 Reynolds.
Barbie's Place, 5025 Bennett.
Toledo Homewood Inns, 1460 Arrowhead, Maumee.
Sweet Retreat, 1276 Michigan.
Monclova YMCA, 8115 Monclova, Monclova Township.
Old West End Academy, 3131 Cambridge.
Mi Mexican store, 4226 Airport.
Kay's Cake and Candy Crafts, 2566 Parkway Plaza, Maumee.
Papa Murphy's Take and Bake, 5350 Airport Hwy.
Low Carb Solutions, 1455 South Reynolds.
Driving while intoxicated
Jermain Love, 29, of 2264 Fulton, arrested Dec. 3; 50 days consecutive plus $500 fine and costs, license suspended 3 years. Judge Francis Gorman.
Carey Barnett, 43, 631 Woodland, arrested April 11; 30 days, $550 fine and costs. Judge Gustalo Nunez.
Howard Cook, 40, of 7403 Woodshire, Holland, arrested Jan. 14; 3 days DWI program, $150 fine and costs, active probation one year. Judge Roger Weiher.
Jonathan McKenzie-Gomez, 19, of 1446 Fernwood, arrested March 18; 3 days consecutive, $250 fine and costs, license suspended six months. Judge Amy Berling.
Stephan Nemeth, 20, of 3716 Turret Green, arrested Feb. 13; 3 days DIP, $500 fine and costs, active probation one year. Judge Mary Trimboli.
Danny Kohler, 48, of 426A First, arrested 1982; court costs. Judge Berling.
Angel Ramos, 23, of 3640 Jackman, arrested March 14; 3 days program, $310 fine and costs, license suspended six months. Judge Berling.
John Rowan, 56, of 434 West Poinsetta, arrested April 8; 3 days DWI, $300 fine and costs. Magistrate James Morgan.
Jill Shasteen, 41, of 3951 Woodmont, arrested Oct. 15; $75 costs. Judge Berling.
Lauree Bacon, 30, of 3630 Elmhurst, arrested Dec. 7; 30 days EMU if eligible, $250 fine and costs, license suspended six months, active probation one year. Judge Gene Zmuda.
Robert Cousino, 34, of Erie, arrested Nov. 27; 3 days DWI program, $250 fine and costs, license suspended Nov. 22, 2003 to Feb. 20. Judge Zmuda.
Michael Torok, 40, of 208 North Main, Swanton, arrested 1994; 30 days suspended, $150 fine and costs, active probation one year. Judge Zmuda.
Aaron Kowalski, 23, of 2552 Westbrook, arrested Oct. 6; 3 days DWI, $250 fine and costs, license suspended six months. Judge Zmuda.
Mark Valiton, 20, of 4902 Highpoint, arrested Dec. 19; 3 days DWI, $250 fine and costs, license suspended April 20 to June 16, credit given. Judge Zmuda.
Evaline Hanna, 40, 3513 1/2 Homewood, arrested March 28; 3 day DIP program, $500 fine and costs, license suspended six months, active probation one year. Judge Trimboli.
Steven Robaszkiewicz, 36, of 3045 Frampton, arrested Jan. 11; 5 days CCNO and 30 days EMU if eligible, $500 fine and costs, license suspended one year. Judge Zmuda.
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