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Published: Monday, 12/18/2006

Today's Log

Births

Flower Hospital

Tiffany Hubbard, Toledo, girl, Thursday.

Jamy and Peter Merritt, Hamilton, Ind., boy, Friday.

Shairene Alo and Layth Maolood, Sylvania, girl, Friday.

St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center

Julie and Patrick Durfey, Toledo, girl, Thursday.

Melissa McCluskey, Toledo, girl, Friday.

Toledo Hospital

Lisa and Jack Ellison, Waterville, girl, Saturday.

Tiffani and Jeremy Shirey, Bowling Green, girl, Saturday.

Stefanie Prince, Toledo, boy, Saturday.

Carolyn Owens, Toledo, girl, Saturday.

Sade Wilson, Toledo, girl, Saturday.

Megan Scheible, Toledo, boy, Saturday.

Sarah Cole, Toledo, girl, Saturday.

Christina McClain, Monroe, girl, Saturday.

Chastadie Brown, Toledo, girl, Saturday.

Restaurant inspections

Recently released inspection reports of Lucas County food-service operations:

Toledo 24, 5424 Telegraph, inspected Nov. 13. Critical violations: Do not store raw bacon above ready-to-eat foods and beverages. Wiping cloths must be stored in sanitizing solution with chemical concentration of 100 ppm chlorine, in bucket or container. Five other non-critical violations. Inspector: Kerry Cutcher.

Kentucky Fried Chicken, 1010 Conant, inspected Nov. 13. Critical violations: All wet wiping rags must be kept in a sanitizer solution in between use. Employees may not eat in kitchen area, only in dining area, and should always wash hands prior to returning to work. Hand sinks must provide a continuous flow of water to facilitate adequate hand washing practices. Hanging stem valves must be removed from hand sinks. This is a repeat violation. Three other non-critical violations. Inspector: Paul Bauman.

Pappoulis Pizza, 5127 Main, Sylvania, inspected Nov. 14. Critical violations: Eggs and other raw animal products must be stored on the bottom shelf in the walk-in cooler to prevent cross-contamination. One non-critical violation. Inspector: Cynthia Garcia.

Gino s, 1280 West Alexis, inspected Nov. 14. Critical violatons: Replace blade on can opener, metal shavings were observed. All items found past the allowed expiration date in the walk-in cooler must be discarded. All potentially hazardous foods (PHF) in cold holding must be maintained at 41 degrees or below. All working containers of chemicals must be clearly labeled and stored away from food and food related items. Six other non-critical violations. Inspector: Stephen Perrine.

Ruby s Kitchen, 4933 Dorr, inspected Nov. 14. Critical violations: All dishwasher utensils must be washed, rinsed, and sanitized and then placed on drain board to dry. All PHFs must be held at 135 degrees or higher to prevent growth of bacteria. All PHF must cool from 135 to 70 degrees in the first two hours and from 70 to 41 degrees in the following four hours. All PHFs must be held cold at 41 degrees or less to prevent the growth of bacteria. Seven other non-critical violations. Inspector: Gillian Wilke.

Kan Wah Restaurant, 38 North River, inspected Nov. 14. Critical violation: Date mark all PHFs with a 7 day expiration date once prepared. Inspector: Sara Becker.

Curtice Hy-Flash Tavern, 7401 Jerusalem, Oregon, inspected Nov. 14. Critical violation: Sausage gravy was being improperly cooled and in too large a container. Use smaller container and place uncovered in cooler when temperature reaches 135 degrees. Six other non-critical violations. Inspector: Julie Nye.

Toledo Robin Inc., 4850 Monroe, inspected Nov. 14. Critical violation: Hand sink must be kept clear and accessible for use at all times. Four other non-critical violations. Inspector: Kelly Sattler.

Butt Hutt of America, 3331 Holland-Sylvania, inspected Nov. 14. Critical violation: Employees must eat in designated areas separate from all food prep or food storage areas. Inspector: Sattler.

Omni Sunshine, 5950 Waterville-Swanton, Swanton, inspected Nov. 15. Critical violations: Repair the hand sink, leaking at time of inspection. Date mark PHFs with a 7 day expiration date from the time the food is opened, thawed, or prepared. Inspector: Becker.

Speedway, 1708 Tremainsville, inspected Nov. 15. Critical violations: All PHFs must be held hot at 135 degrees or higher. Provide stoppers for all 3 sinks of 3-bay sink so you can wash, rinse and sanitize. One non-critical violation. Inspector: Debbie Dacquisto.

Maurice s Green Lantern, 509 Broadway, inspected Nov. 15. Critical violation: PHFs must be held at 135 degrees or higher to avoid bacteria growth. Five other non-critical violations. Inspector: Kelly Ivans.

Wong Court, 2028 West Central, inspected Nov. 15. Critical violation: Egg rolls were sitting out and holding at 67 degrees, all PHFs must be held at 41 degrees or lower. Three other non-critical violations. Inspector: Sattler.

Club Frogtown, 3535 Holland-Sylvania, inspected Nov. 15. Critical violations: PHFs must not be held more than 7 days after opening, thawing or preparing and must be held at 41 degrees or below. Raw animal products must not be stored above ready-to-eat foods. Two other non-critical violations. Inspector: Sattler.

Los Amigos Family Restaurant, 3236 Stickney, inspected Nov. 15. Critical violations: Employee drinks must have lids to prevent equipment from contamination. There is to be no bare hand contact with ready to eat foods. This is a repeat violation. Tomatoes and lettuce were covered with paper towel, use only food grade products in direct contact with food. All foods must be protected with lids or food grade coverings such as foil or plastic wrap. Facility must have a wiping bucket setup with a chemical concentration of chlorine 100 ppm to properly sanitize surfaces at least every 4 hour and to properly store damp cloths. All PHFs must be held cold at 41 degrees or less or 135 degrees or above to limit bacteria growth. This is a repeat violation. Large container cooling improperly. Cooling must be done rapidly to prevent bacterial growth: two hours from 135-70 degrees and four additional hours to reach 41 degrees. Use shallow uncovered pans in freezer. Four other non-critical violations. Inspector: Cutcher.

Ralphie s, 1406 South Reynolds, inspected Nov. 15. Store all raw animal products below ready-to-eat foods to prevent contamination. Quat in wiping bucket must be at 200 ppm to properly sanitize. Be sure to utilize test strips and switch out sanitizer often. Do not store bottles in ice that is used for drinks. Cheesecake in the reach-in was not date marked and needs to be stored in easily cleanable container that is also non-absorbant. Mayonnaise found at 46 degrees, all PHFs must be held cold at 41 degrees or less. Fourteen other non-critical violations. Inspector: Wilke.

Burger King, 1856 West Laskey, inspected Nov. 15. Critical violation: Eggs holding at 114 degrees, all PHFs must hold hot at 135 degrees or above. Three other non-critical violations. Inspector: Bruce Keiser.

Carlitas Mexican and Italian Cafe, 4709 Douglas, inspected Nov. 15. Critical violation: Raw animal products must be stored below all ready-to-eat foods. Corrected at inspection. Ten other non-critical violations. Inspector: Keiser.

Madison Bistro, 518 Madison, inspected Nov. 15. Critical violation: Hot water is temporarily not working. Water must be heated to at least 100 degrees until repaired. Five other non-critical violations. Inspector: Ivans.

Rice King Chinese Restaurant, 1512 Broadway, inspected Nov. 15. Critical violations: Improper storage of raw animal products in coolers and freezers. Store raw animal products below ready-to-eat foods. Observed no date marking at facility. All PHFs must be marked with 7-day expiration date from time of opening, thawing, or preparation. Three other non-critical violations. Inspector: Ivans.

Jackson s Lounge and Grill, 233 North Huron, inspected Nov. 15. Critical violations: Food in reach-in cooler not date marked. Label food with a 7-day date mark once opened, thawed, or prepared. Label all chemical bottles with common name and store away from food and food contact surfaces to avoid contamination. Nine other non-critical violations. Inspector: Ivans.

Village Inn, 4184 Holland-Sylvania, Sylvania, inspected Nov. 15. Critical violations: Utensils are to be stored handle side up with handle above food so that the handle portion does not come in contact with the food. Four other non-critical violations. Inspector: Garcia.

Dragon Buffet, 1631 Tollgate, inspected Nov. 15. Critical violations: Improper cooling techniques observed again. Food must cool from 135 to 70 degrees in two hours and to 41 degrees in four more hours in uncovered shallow dishes in freezer. Raw eggs found in top of prep-top cooler, these need to be stored below ready-to-eat foods. All wet wiping cloths must be stored in sanitizing bucket between use. Broccoli salad was not date marked in cooler, all PHFs must have 7-day expiration date. Scoops must be provided for use in various storage containers. Four other non-critical violations. Inspector: Bauman.

Sahara Restaurant, 336 West Dussel, inspected Nov. 15. Critical violation: Ready-to-eat foods did not have discard dates. Inspector: Bauman.

Six and Twelve Mini Mart, 3431 Elm, inspected Nov. 15. Critical violation: Boxes of baby food found on floor. Store at least 6 inches off the ground. This is a repeat violation. One other non-critical violation. Inspector: Cutcher.

Starbucks Coffee Co., 4321 Talmadge, inspected Nov. 16. Critical violation: Wet wiping cloths being stored in container with no sanitizer. Inspector: Sattler.

Meier, 1500 East Alexis, inspected Nov. 16. Critical violations: Hot water not functioning at hand sink, hot water must be available at every hand sink. Repair immediately. Employees must wash hands before and after glove changes. Sanitizer spray bottle did not have any sanitizer. Quat must be at 200 ppm to properly sanitize. Check bottles with test kit to verify proper level. Improper storage of raw animal products observed in freezer. Store all raw animal products below other food items. Six other non-critical violations. Inspector: Cutcher.

Sunoco Food Market, 1855 Woodville, inspected Nov. 16. Critical violations: No date marking observed on PHFs. Chemicals being stored above drinks. Chemicals must be kept below and away from all food products. Five other non-critical violations. Inspector: Nye.

Crime reports

Robbery

Barney s, Suder, cash from a clerk by a man about 5:50 p.m. Thursday.

Burglaries

Stephanie Teneyck, Lewis, shoes, leather coats, and clothing.

Scott Malone, Milstead, laptop computers, TV, surround sound system, cable box, iPod docking system, iron, clothes baskets, and linen.

Cindy Dipierro, West Crest, video games, video controllers, video cartridges, eyeglasses, and briefcase and contents.

Vonetta Lee, Corinth, toys, video game, and TV.

Darrell Oliver, Scottwood, DVD player and video game.

Henry Walls, Camberly, jewelry, cash, and coin collection.

Cynthia Brescol, Livingston, change and video game.

Craig Campbell, Georgetown, toolbox and tools.

Thomas Duris, Collings, generator and snow blower.

Frank Avalos, Lagrange, copper pipes.

Billy Jones, West Delaware, copper pipes.

Thefts

Lisa Johnson, Dorr, purse and contents from the 1000 block of North Erie.

Sharon Vanderhuest, Atlantic, credit card from residence.

Daniel Sipple, Sunset, bank card from the 3200 block of Lagrange.

Amber Davidson, Emerson, wallet and contents from Baker at Lagrange.

Gerald Landis, 320th, cash and medication from residence.

Dean Barton, Oak Glen, cash and checks from residence.

Traffic injuries

Thursday

1:07 a.m. Weiler and Belmont. Hit-skip vehicle and auto of Jeanita Hopings, 26, of Pulaski, who was treated at University Medical Center along with passengers, Roneisha Ragland, 22, of Lincoln; Cierra Johnson, 24, of Four Seasons, and Jameilla Hopings, 18, also of Pulaski.

6:35 p.m. 1500 block of East Alexis. SUV of Jeremy Petee, 30, of Gaylord, Mich., and auto of Amanda Kean, 25, of Country View, who was treated at St. Anne Mercy Hospital along with passenger, Kimberly Cortez, 27, of Maher.

Fire alarms

Thursday

12:03 a.m. 2245 Glenwood, structure fire.

6:19 a.m. 1317 Fernwood, odor investigation.

9:08 a.m. 3200 Glendale, commercial fire alarm.

11:26 a.m. 5819 Greenridge, structure fire.

3:55 p.m. 702 North Erie, commercial fire alarm.

3:58 p.m. 3601 Hill, structure fire.

7:40 p.m. 749 Mayfair, structure fire.

9:07 p.m. 2125 Parkwood, commercial fire alarm.



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