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Published: Tuesday, 10/25/2005

Today's log

Births

Bay Park Community Hospital

Judith and Gerardo Ramirez, Toledo, girl, Sunday.

Flower Hospital

Angie and Judson Pitt, Toledo, boy, Friday.

Jamie and James Holmes, Toledo, boy, Friday.

Kerri and Tim O Connell, Toledo, girl, Saturday.

St. Luke s Hospital

Sonyia Ray and Scott Bliss, Toledo, boy, Friday.

Heather and Michael Kelso, Waterville, girl, Sunday.

Amber Freeman, Maumee, girl, Sunday.

St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center

Tanika Ejimadu, Monroe, boy, Sunday.

Melanie and Jamie Hicks, Toledo, girl, Saturday.

Teresa and Alex Byrd, Toledo, boy, Monday.

Toledo Hospital

Elizabeth Maurer-Iott and Kory Iott, Bowling Green, girl, Sunday.

Allison and Michael Clements, Sylvania, girl, Sunday.

Katrina and Ryan Burt, Toledo, boy, Sunday.

Nicole Smith, Toledo, girl, Sunday.

Mary and Brian Gill, Perrysburg, boy, Monday.

Marriage licenses

Lucas County

Oct. 21, 2005

Erik Szymanski, 25, plant operator, and Lauren Greene, 23, bank teller, both of Oregon.

William Vandenberghe, 59, supervisor, and Sandra Vandenberghe, 57, administrative assistant, both of Erie, Mich.

Bryan Lahna, 32, pipefitter, and Jennifer Stachura, 30, paralegal, both of Toledo.

Patrick Whalen, 45, laborer, of Swanton, and Kimberly Placzkiewicz, 43, waitress, of Toledo.

Timothy Straub, 41, machinist, and Marie DiCarlo, 42, legal secretary, both of Erie, Mich.

Michael Funari, 25, student, and Melissa Zavislak, 24, student, both of Toledo.

Brian Keil, 45, and Shannon Keil, 34, physician, both of Toledo.

Kevin Gaston, 37, and Donna Sims, 36, both of Toledo.

Michael Elrod, 36, lobbyist, of Berkey, and Marilisa Gibellato, 31, U.S. Navy/physician, of Sylvania.

Safari Lufungulo, 37, and Ngalula Mubenga, 25, student, both of Toledo.

Crime reports

Robberies

Charles Williams, of Toledo, cash by two men who choked him on Locust at North Michigan about 7:20 a.m. Friday.

Marco s Pizza, West Sylvania, cash, pizza, and wallet and contents from delivery driver by two men who punched him in the 3300 block of North Detroit about 5 p.m. Friday.

Don Stepleton, of Toledo, wallet and contents by a man with a knife in the 2900 block of Kendale about 7:20 p.m. Friday.

Heidi Thieman, of Toledo, purse and contents by a man with a knife outside her residence about 4:35 a.m. Saturday.

Daniel Brown, of Toledo, auto by a man who struck him in the head on Hill at Wenz about 11:20 p.m. Saturday.

Ralph Vidak, of Toledo, wallet and contents by two men who punched and struck him with ball bats in the 1700 block of West Alexis about 2:15 a.m. Sunday.

China King, North Superior, cash from a clerk by a man with a gun about 4 p.m. Sunday.

Jeanette Knaggs, of Toledo, purse and contents by a man with whom she struggled in the 3000 block of Tremainsville about 5:40 .m. Sunday.

Gladys Garland, of Toledo, auto by a man with a knife in the 3000 block of Monroe about 11:15 p.m. Sunday.

Evan Shaw, of Toledo, auto by a man with a gun on Collingwood at North Detroit about 1:10 a.m. Monday.

Burglaries

Mary Moore, Homer, boots and clothing.

John King, Decatur, snowblower.

Calvary Assembly of God, Glendale, no loss.

Lamar Wright, Woodward, stereo, DVD player, and credit card.

Susan Stupsker, Glaston Oaks, computer and monitor from the 600 block of Madison.

Barbara Smith, Brookley, purse and contents.

Sara Jackson, Hurd, no loss.

Jim Gramza, Utah, no loss.

Jones Junior High School, Walbridge, no loss.

John Ranchan, Nevada, cash and jewelry.

Jamie Townes, North Michigan, porcelain dolls, cable box, and personal photos.

Little Caesars Pizza, Lewis, no loss.

Robert Peacock, East Broadway, cash.

Mary McQueen, Avondale, DVD players, DVDs, jewelry, and bank cards.

Wanda Mayfield, Bronson, CD stereo.

Walter Merrow, Parkland, Walbridge, generator and tools from the 600 block of Oak.

Leslie Brashear, Utah, generator, welder, and air compressor.

Cruisin Car Wash, North Byrne, cash register and cash.

George Anagnos, Sunset, hand and power tools from the 4400 block of Bellevista.

Todd Alspaugh, East Stateline, gate locks.

LaVonne Berry, Elysian, stereo system, CDs, DVDs, and checkbook.

Joan Shannon, Potter, DVD player and ladder.

Stephen Goldman, South St. Clair, laptop computer and power cell.

James Judkins, Watova, laptop computer, video game, video cartridges, DVDs, and backpack and contents.

Brian McDonagh, 123rd, cash.

Melissa Beaudo, Lewis, CDs, checkbook, and CD stereo.

Jamie Laird, East Pearl, leaf blower, faucet, shower, sink, and shovel.

Sylvia Boykins, Noble, jewelry, DVD players, TV, and telephones.

Dawn Pier, Bradmore, camera, printer, cash, video game, paint ball gun, BB gun, and jewelry.

Barbara Hill, Secor, computer.

Rosalyn Fambro, Marmion, no loss.

Trulight Cathedral, Ottawa, microphones.

Shirley Lingo, Clark, loss undetermined.

Bruce Jennings, Underhill, fire lace mantles from the 2400 block of Glenwood.

Juanita Williams, Queenswood, video games, video cartridges, DVD movies, CDs, DVD player, collection cards, iPod, and jewelry.

LaQuanda Brown, Noble, DVD player, stereo system, and cash.

Michelle Moore, South, loss undetermined.

Collingwood Arts Center, Collingwood, mixer, amplifier, DVD player, microphones, cords, audio cables, electronic connectors, stage lights, and connector box.

Patrick Barret, Miami, no loss.

Brian Auxier, Howland, kicker box and speaker.

Baker s A-1 Transmission, North Detroit, tools and keys.

Frances Espinoza, Stickney, checks, personal papers, and jewelry box.

Kimberly Harris, Glenwood, clothing.

Justin Mansfield, Berwick, cash and cellular telephone.

Green Lantern, Broadway, cash and meat.

Barbara Smith, Brookley, purse and contents.

Jerry Urbanowski, Brighton, motorcycle.

Trista Miller, 14th, no loss.

Barbara Beckley, Decatur, no loss.

Lewis Pertcheck, Letchworth, leaf blower and lawn mower.

Sharon Wootton, Spencer, DVD/VCR.

Catherine Galvin, Wildwood, no loss.

Teri Veler, Colfax, no loss.

George Hair, Norwood, copper tubing and tools.

Thefts

Stephanie Seiler, Tecumseh, bank card from residence.

Kristina West, Millbury, purse and contents from the 1900 block of Bakewell.

Chris Windnagle, Drummond, laptop computer from auto on St. Clair at Adams.

Asby Glosson, Kimball, bank card and identification from truck in the 5800 block of Hagman.

Holly Majewski, Opal, credit card from Glendale at South Detroit.

Erika White, West Central, purse and contents from North Detroit at Buckingham.

Christopher Czerniak, Auburn, Ind., tool case and tools from truck in the 500 block of Adams.

Arthur Budd, Parkgate, Sylvania, AM/FM/faceplate, speakers, amplifier, conveter, video game, tools, and video cartridges from auto in the 5300 block of Monroe.

Inter State Cleaning, Monroe, vac pac.

Erdene Paraham, Blum, purse and contents from Blum at Ewing.

Debra Ramey, Kirby, credit cards from the 5100 block of Dorr.

Susan Chrisman, Pine Trace , Maumee, bank card from North Byrne at Airport.

Mae Trimble, West Bancroft, purse and contents from auto in the 400 block of South St. Clair.

Mary Spiess, Rickridge, purse and contents from the 3200 block of Secor.

Traffic injuries

Friday

12:56 a.m. 3300 block of West Laskey. Auto of Juston Kreger, 21, of Adler, Lambertville, struck two utility poles and flipped over. Driver was admitted in serious condition to Toledo Hospital.

2:57 a.m. Phillips and Canada Southern. Motorcycle of Ryan Anderson, 29, of Lehman, went out of control and flipped over. Driver was treated at St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center.

3:25 p.m. Collingwood and Avondale. Hit-skip vehicle and auto of Gerry Robbins, 20, of Hawthorne, who was treated at Toledo Hospital.

3:26 p.m. 4900 block of Heatherdowns. Autos of Deborah Gover, 19, of Corey Maumee; Linda Sofalvi, 55, of Oakbrook, Whitehouse, and Megan Wickard, 18, of Pine Trace, who was treated at St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center.

Saturday

1:03 p.m. Western and Spencer. Parked SUV of Winston Johnson, of Western; van of Eliseo Selvera, 25, of Milford; pickup truck of Philip Irons, 56, of Queen, whose passenger, Dylan Buck, 7, of Somerset, was treated at Toledo Hospital, and auto of Todd Ruck, 19, of Foraker, whose passengers, Laura Burrow, 26, and Tyler Ruck, 6 months, both of Somerset, were treated at Toledo Hospital.

Sunday

7:10 p.m. Collingwood and West Bancroft. SUVs of Deborah Allion, 46, of Dunderry; Ruth Petersheim, 36, of Trimble, who was treated at Toledo Hospital, and autos of Connie Rayford, 50, Hamilton, and Jason Cole, 27, of Scottwood, who was treated at St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center.

9 p.m. 1100 block of North Byrne. Autos of Stacey Quinn, 26, of Oak Hill, and Corrina Holloway, 24, of Briar, whose passengers, Jacquena Lawhorn, 16, of Southgate, and Shaquel White, 17, of Burke Glen, were treated at Toledo Hospital.

Fire alarms

Friday

7:14 a.m. 1339 South Byrne, commercial fire alarm.

9:47 a.m. 644 Parker, structure fire.

9:48 a.m. 5332 St. Lawrence, commercial fire alarm.

10:12 a.m. 4701 Talmadge, commercial fire alarm.

10:32 a.m. 2253 Drummond, residential fire alarm.

12:28 p.m. 554 Hiett, structure fire.

6:14 p.m. 2206 Locust, fumes investigation.

7:09 p.m. 3860 Lagrange, auto fire.

11:18 p.m. 427 East Pearl, garage fire.

Saturday

2:35 a.m. 1213 Yondota, structure fire.

3:08 a.m. 5140 Nebraska, structure fire.

11:10 a.m. 2125 Parkwood, commercial fire alarm.

1:16 p.m. 1171 Pinebrook, structure fire.

2:33 p.m. 5937 Malden, structure fire.

3:47 p.m. 2443 Lawrence, structure fire.

4:36 p.m. 239 Sumner, garage fire.

4:44 p.m. 944 Kingston, outdoor fire.

6:51 p.m. 244 Dearborn, outdoor fire.

7:28 p.m. 831 West Alexis, auto fire.

8:58 p.m. 216 Morrison, residential fire alarm.

9:32 p.m. 1228 Edgewood, outdoor fire.

10:02 p.m. 915 Baker, auto fire.

11:42 p.m. 2264 Ruthdale, outdoor fire.



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