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Published: Tuesday, 6/27/2006

Today's log

Births

Flower Hospital

Erin Donnally, Toledo, boy, Friday.

St. Luke s Hospital

Gabrielle and Chad Blunt, Fremont, girl, Sunday.

Melissa Lang, Rossford, boy, Sunday.

St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center

JoAnn Halbig-Sanchez, boy/girl twins, June 19.

LaQuinda Cavett, Toledo, boy, Saturday.

Defne and Tolga Apul, Sylvania, boy, Sunday.

Sonia and Jason Janatowski, Toledo, boy, Monday.

Kulaporn and Chawalit Sirichoktanasup, Sylvania, girl, Monday.

Toledo Hospital

Kristen and Rick Butler, Ida, Mich., boy, Friday.

Sarah Vaughn, Toledo, girl, Saturday.

Valerie and Kevin Weber, Perrysburg, boy, Saturday.

Mary and Jeffrey Borucki, Toledo, boy, Sunday.

Ashley Sullivan, Dundee, Mich., boy, Sunday.

Marriage licenses

Lucas County

June 22, 2006

Josch Banfield, 28, pharmaceutical sales, and Stacie Gilmore, 23, support team director, both of Toledo.

David Aguirre, 33, locomotive engineer, of Maumee, and Michelle Tedrow, 28, firefighter/paramedic, of Swanton.

Gregory Freeman, 25, U.S. Air Force, of Stryker, Ohio, and Elizabeth Wander, 25, office manager, of Toledo.

Anthony LaPoint, 29, teacher, and Amanda Lewallen, 23, client support, both of Toledo.

Gregory Fizer II, 31, maintenance supervisor, and Kathrine Jones, 27, both of Toledo.

June 23, 2006

Ronnie Woodbury, 32, credit analyst, and Krista Souder, 32, account manager, both of Toledo.

Leslie Leonard IV, 30, TPW, and Lorette Austin, 28, TPW, both of Toledo.

Dante Pletcher, 48, business manager, of Hudson, Mich., and Bonny LaPoint, 43, commodity manager, of Sylvania.

Juan Hardin (Graham), 24, direct care, and Deedra Lloyd, 24, direct care worker, both of Toledo.

John Harvey, 18, U.S. Army, of Clayton, Mich., and Brandi Trecy, 18, cashier, of Monroe, Mich.

Jonathan Rahn, 33, construction, of Jamestown, N.D., and Betty Lowrie, 35, of Toledo.

Martin Meyers, 46, water reclamation, and Cathey Brindley, 49, legal secretary, both of Toledo.

William Robasser, 25, construction, of Swanton, and Nicole Broadway, 26, nurse, of Toledo.

Scott Ault, 25, supply chain professional, and Megan Stitzlein, 25, teacher, both of Maumee.

Jason Copsey, 21, of Northwood, and Renee Hartford, 22, CSR, of Oregon.

Michael LaMantia, 39, and Angela Horvath, 33, production, both of Toledo.

Michael McClain, 42, supervisor, and Kimberly Brummett, 40, student, both of Toledo.

Michael Lake, 31, safety manager, and Jennifer Rower, 33, environmental scientist, both of Holland.

Milton Wilkes, 20, teacher s assistant, and Nikki McWilliams, 25, both of Holland.

Eric Glesser, 25, student, of Maumee, and Carissa Beaker, 25, teacher, of Toledo.

Scott Williams, 24, sales manager, and Erin Jones, 23, special education teacher, both of Toledo.

Herman McCardell, Jr., 36, of Curtice, and Debritu Pitts, 34, of Modesto, Calif.

Paul Massamore, 27, computer technician, and Kristen Dunmeade, 22, paraprofessional, both of Toledo.

Daniel Moeller, 28, carpenter, and Marie Hassen, 27, school psychologist, both of Sylvania.

Jeremiah Reid, 19, Fed Ex, and Syrita Ray, 23, waitress, both of Toledo.

Donnie Snyder, 28, director of dietetics, and Jeannette Miller, 28, accountant, both of Holland.

Traffic injuries

Friday

9:48 a.m. 2900 block of Monroe. SUV of Anderson Gant, 52, of Hamilton, and auto of Ethel Pryor, 59, of Prospect, who was treated at Toledo Hospital.

10:13 p.m. North Detroit and Gradolph. Tractor-trailer of Piotr Siwiec, 28, of DesPlaines, Ill., and motorized bicycle of Gary Brown, 46, of Earl, who was treated at St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center.

4:05 p.m. 200 block of Oakdale. Hit-skip vehicle; van of James Herman, 44, of East Florence, Northwood, and autos of Mary Worley, 52, of Martin, and John Gercak, 37, of Remington, who was treated at St. Charles Mercy Hospital.

11:20 p.m. Oakdale and White. Auto of Nicole Mullins, 18, of Pieper, Oregon, struck utility pole. Driver was treated at St. Charles Mercy Hospital.

Saturday

1:10 a.m. Secor and Kenwood. Hit-skip vehicle and SUV of Alix Omori, 18, of Pemberton, who was treated at St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center.

1:17 a.m. 2400 block of North Detroit. Motorcycle of Joseph Neary, 36, of Geneva, struck center median. Driver was admitted in good condition to Toledo Hospital.

2:55 p.m. Talmadge and West Alexis. Hit-skip vehicle and motorcycle of Mark Stevens, 22, of West Alexis, who was treated at St. Charles Mercy Hospital.

5:10 p.m. Stillman and Woffard. Pickup of Glori Hubbard, 55, of North Norden, Oregon, and autos of Gerald Durhan, 66, of Quail, Perrysburg, and Brenda Newman, 48, of Raymer, who was treated at St. Charles Mercy Hospital.

Crime reports

Robberies

Burger King, South Reynolds, cash from a clerk by two men with guns about 10:55 p.m. Saturday.

James Seaman, of Toledo, medication and wallet and contents by four men who punched and kicked him in the 5300 block of Dorr about 2 a.m. Sunday.

Burglaries

Julie Estell, Woodville, air conditioner.

Robert Hagerdon, Kensington, cellular telephones, cash, watches, laptop computer, and camera.

Blin Bling Rims & Tires, Indiana, rims and tires.

Family Dollar, Airport, no loss.

Save A Lot, Airport, loss.

American Steel, Dorr, snacks and cash.

Susan James, Oak, cash.

Bill William, Caroline, cigarettes.

Candace Glenn, Glanzman, TVs, DVD players, leather coats, laptop computer, VCR/DVD player, and DVR recorder.

Toni Barefoot, Lewis, purse and contents.

John Viola, Craigwood, copper pipes from home in the 200 block of Raymer.

Rose Sosbe, Chase, personal checks, cash, and credit card.

Susan Smith, East Park, bicycle, motor bike, and bicycle parts.

Lake ships

Due today

CSX dock

K. E. Barker from Detroit, load coal.



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