Monday, May 28, 2018
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Today's log


St. Anne Mercy Hospital

Autumn Penrod, Toledo, boy, Nov. 29.

Sandra and Mark Strickler, Swanton, boy, Tuesday.

St. Charles Mercy Hospital

Shannon and Clinton Gregory, Oak Harbor, Ohio, girl, Monday.

Anna Armbruster, Woodville, boy, Monday.

Stacey and Ruben Daniels, Jr., Toledo, girl, Thursday.

St. Luke's Hospital

Jennifer and Steven Liebnau, Toledo, boy, Friday.

Rikki Nourse, Holland, girl, Saturday.

Toledo Hospital

Michelle Rodriguez, Toledo, girl, Friday.

Rachael and John DeBarr, Lambertville, boy, Friday.

Caprice Thomas, Toledo, girl, Friday.

Lisa and Brian Armstrong, Delta, Ohio, girl, Friday.

Christine and Jurij Silecky, Toledo, boy, Friday.

Shandonna Hamilton Flunder and Damion Flunder, Toledo, girl, Friday.

Rachael Post, Perrysburg, boy, Thursday.

Crime reports


Robin Staples, East Streicher, cellular telephone, DVD player, tools, painting supplies, laptop computer, and wallet and contents.

Cathy Williams, Merry, TV, remote, video game, and switch box.

David Key, West Bancroft, AM/FM/CD player.

Raquel Ruiz-Coulter, Prouty, handgun, two magazines, camcorder, camera, TV, speakers, and amplifiers.

Ida Harris, Paxton, no loss.

Benjamin Short, Evansdale, speakers, DVDs, and telephone.

Christopher Himebaugh, Bannockburn, bow, arrows, and tools.

Christine Richey, Starr, DVDs.


Rebecca Chipps, Maumee, bookbag, books, and wallet and contents from auto in the 4200 block of Heatherdowns.

Ronald Jenkins, South Byrne, clothing, jacket, medication, oil, and anti-freeze from SUV at home.

Traffic injuries


7:48 a.m. - West Alexis and Lewis. Autos of Joseph Simmons, 20, of Waggoner, who was treated at Toledo Hospital, and Jacob Berlin, 17, of Meteor, whose passenger, Walter Gray, 14, of Travis, was treated at Toledo Hospital.


2:18 a.m. - Dorr and North Detroit. Van of Anthony Casey, 44, of Belmont, who was treated at Toledo Hospital, and SUV of Farice McCann, 56, of Melody, who was admitted in fair condition to Medical University of Ohio Medical Center.

2:20 a.m. - 3200 block of Talmadge. Auto of Tamara Reno, 34, of Brookley, struck curb, post, and rolled over. Driver was treated at Toledo Hospital.

Fire alarms


2:39 a.m. - 615 Cherry, commercial fire alarm.

3:24 a.m. - 3862 Lockwood, structure fire.

4:35 a.m. - 5427 Bannockburn, garage fire.

5:08 a.m. - 121 North Huron, commercial fire alarm.

6:19 a.m. - 419 North St. Clair, commercial fire alarm.

8:27 a.m. - 3200 Glendale, commercial fire alarm.

9:18 a.m. - 1201 Champlain, commercial fire alarm.

11:30 a.m. - 526 Howland, structure fire.

12:30 p.m. - 615 Cherry, commercial fire alarm.

2:42 p.m. - 4137 Packard, garage fire.

3:45 p.m. - 4900 Angola, commercial fire alarm.

5:36 p.m. - North Detroit and Telegraph, structure fire.

6:46 p.m. - 641 East Pearl, outdoor fire.

8:06 p.m. - 505 Jeffeson, commercial fire alarm.

Coroner's rulings

Lucas County

Amie Adamczewski, 25, of Rogers, Nov. 4, at St. Charles Mercy Hospital. Accidental, acute combined drug intoxication.

Mark Goodling, 33, of Twin Lakes, Minn., Nov. 11, at St. Luke's Hospital. Accidental, combined drug overdose.

Edward Joyce, 42, of Densmore, Oct. 26, on Canton at Woodruff. Accidental, multiple crush injuries; deceased was pedestrian run over by TARTA bus.

Michael Pringle, 51, of Harding, Nov. 29, at Medical University of Ohio Medical Center. Undetermined, subdural hematoma; deceased was found down at home.

Evelyn Summit, 92, of Upper Sandusky, Ohio, Nov. 6, at Medical University of Ohio Medical Center. Accidental, acute myocardial infarction; deceased fell in nursing facility, complications of hip fracture.

Richard Turner, 44, of Western, Dec. 8, at Medical University of Ohio Medical Center. Accidental, blunt force injuries of the chest; sustained from auto accident.

Points of Interest
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