Sunday, Jun 24, 2018
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Today's Log


Flower Hospital

Carrie and David Livingston, Sylvania Township, girl, Friday.

Elizabeth and Jeffrey Keith, Sylvania, boy, Friday.

St. Luke s Hospital

Britanie and Jason Thompson, Bowling Green, boy, Saturday.

Ashley Rodriguez, Toledo, girl, Saturday.

Toledo Hospital

Victoria and Matthew Wolfe, Toledo, boy, Saturday.

Staci and Jeremy Bondy, Maumee, girl, Saturday.

Miyonna and Ethitari Otobo, Toledo, boy, Saturday.

Audra and Larry Warren, Angola, Ind., boy, Saturday.

Courtney and Ryan Tertelin, Swanton, boy, Friday.

Sheena Serrell, Toledo, girl, Saturday.

Jennifer Leach, Toledo, girl, Saturday.

Shannon Moore, Temperance, girl, Saturday.

Marriage licenses

Lucas County

May 31, 2007

Thomas Oppold, 60, self-employed, and Katherine Pfohl, 53, teacher, both of Toledo.

John Lusch, 58, warehouse worker, of Waterville, and Joyce Scaife, 58, surgery technician, of Walbridge.

Kirk Franklin, 40, factory worker, and Hailey Haning, 29, retail manager, both of Toledo.

Larry McGee, 55, retired, and Laverna Warren, 42, both of Toledo.

Jack Meyers, 49, truck driver, and Sandra Zander, 43, administrative assistant, both of Sylvania.

Mark Lesinski, 42, truck driver, and Jennifer Clagg, 43, both of Toledo.

Gary Moore, 24, retail, of Toledo, and Laura DeAnda, 24, stylist, of Genoa.

Nathaniel Duggan, 21, apprentice, and Britney Brown, 20, sales associate, both of Toledo.

Jesse Kauffman, 25, property manager, of Bowling Green, and Anna Daly, 22, student, of Toledo.

Joseph Adkins, 23, engineer, and Jenilee Hogle, 20, student, both of Sylvania.

Jamal Minato, Jr., 22, crew worker, and Andrea Cunningham, 19, certified nurse aide, both of Toledo.

Mark Haefner, 44, of Perrysburg, and Chara Davis, 28, of Toledo.

Crime reports


McHelle Williams, of Toledo, purse and contents by two youth on North Detroit at Council about 5:40 a.m. Thursday.

National City Bank, Cherry, cash from teller by man about 9:17 a.m. Thursday.

Pizza Hut, East Manhattan, cash and pizza from delivery driver by two men with whom he struggled in the 3100 block of Enright about 9:15 p.m. Thursday.

Christopher Paredes, of Toledo, cash by man with a gun in the 3300 block of Stickney about 9:45 p.m. Thursday.

Tamara Gray, of Toledo, cash by two men with guns in her residence about 2 a.m. Friday.


Michael Link, Claybourne, 1200 block of North Holland-Sylvania, no loss.

Allison Tibbettes, Secor, cellular telephone and cash.

Bob s Frame Service, West Alexis, no loss.

Anna Jaquay, Western, bicycles.

North Toledo Arrow Club, Galena, sink and tools.

Clifford Russell, Nebraska, phone cards.

S.O.S. Towing, South Hawley, no loss.

Eddie Watson, Whittemore, TV, stereo, cassette player, CD/DVD play speakers, jewelry, and security box and contents.

Kenneth Jelks, Warsaw, lawn mower, blower, gas can, trimmers, and tools.

Express Lube, Douglas, quart bottles of motor oil.

Daniel Radwanski, Monroe, cellular telephone chargers, video game, memory card, and jewelry.

Joe Mattmiller, Corduroy, Oregon, copper pipes, electrical wire, and downspouts from home in 1500 block of Hirzel.

Jessie Maddox, Warwick, tiller.

Lawanda Thomas, Hyatt, cellular telephone.

Gail Allen-Willis, Calumet, DVD player and DVDs.

Albert James, Euclid, TV, boom box, and clothing.

Marc Spelar, Oak Hill, DVD player, computer tower, cash, and personal checks.

Brent Manley, Daleford, power washer, toolbox, and tools.

Jennifer Wagner, Brookdale, lawn mower, bicycle, and tools.

Latasha Wilson, Four Seasons, keys and identification.


Sean Goldi, Brookestone, Sylvania, computer, monitor, and printer from residence.

Lynne Breier, Bridlington, purse and contents from SUV in the 5400 block of Airport.

Rachel Dobrolenski, 290th, wallet and contents from auto in the 5000 block of Monroe.

Laura Beese, 131st, car seat, purse, and contents from van in the 600 block of East Manhattan.

Lisa Colter, Wayne, Mich., purse and contents from auto on Douglas at Monroe.

Marsha Lewandowski, Bronx, bank card from residence.

Restaurant inspections

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

Mud Hens Stadium, no. 8, 406 Washington, inspected May 16. Critical violations: pizza holding in cabinets in front and back were not kept at proper hot temperatures of 135 degrees or higher. Quat sanitizer in wiping bucket too low in concentration. One noncritical violation. Inspector Gillian Wilke.

Mud Hens Stadium, no. 9, 406 Washington, inspected May 16. Critical violation: Sanitizer in bucket at 100 ppm; keep at 200 ppm for proper sanitation. Inspector Kelly Ivans.

McDonald s, 1205 Sylvania, inspected May 12. Critical violation: Line cooler box not turned on at time of inspection; cheese at 56 degrees discarded. Two noncritical violations. Inspector Debbie Dacquisto.

Chipotle Mexican Grill, 1385 Conant, Maumee, inspected May 11. Critical violation: meats on front line holding below 135 degrees. Inspector Bauman.

Little Friend, 809 Starr, inspected May 11. Two critical violations: no bleach sanitizer in kitchen wiping cloths bucket, corrected. Open bottle of chocolate syrup at room temperature; bottle label states syrup must be refrigerated after opening, corrected. Three noncritical violations. Inspector Jennifer Gottschalk.

Pizza Hut, 3425 Secor, inspected May 9. Critical violation: no sanitizer buckets for wiping cloths set up at time of inspection. Seven noncritical violations. Inspector Kelly Sattler.

Chuck E Cheese s, 5077 Monroe, inspected May 9. Four critical violations: pizza prep top cooler not holding foods at 45 degrees at time of inspection; replace cooler within two weeks. Cooler under salad bar not holding at proper cold temperature of 45 degrees or less; repair cooler immediately. Quat sanitizer in wipe cloth bucket in kitchen is less than 100 ppm. Change buckets as often as needed to maintain 200 ppm. No sanitizer detected in final rinse of dish machine cycle; repair machine immediately. Use three-vat sink to wash, rinse, and sanitize until dish machine is dispensing sanitizer properly. Inspector Sattler.

Ford Motor Co. food service, 920 Illinois, Maumee, inspected May 9. Two critical violations: Date mark all potentially hazardous food in cold holding that has been opened, prepared, or thawed. All employees working with foods must wear hair restraints. Inspector Sara Becker.

Recent inspections found no violations at:

Hungry Howie s, 5820 Douglas, inspected May 9.

Honeybaked Ham Co., 6145 Merger, Holland, inspected May 8.

Dollar General Store, 2857 Airport Hwy., inspected May 11.

T.J. Maxx, 1472 Spring Meadows, Holland, inspected May 11.

Blockbuster Video, 1345 North Reynolds, inspected May 11.

Family Dollar, 1121 North Reynolds, inspected May 11.

CJ s Breakfast, 237 Erie, inspected May 14.

Springfield High School, 1470 McCord, Holland, inspected May 11.

Carrabas Italian Grill, 3405 Briarfield, Maumee, inspected May 10.

Anthony Wayne High School, 5967 Finzel, Whitehouse, inspected May 8.

Stay and Play Daycare, 3120 Byrne, inspected May 14.

Maumee Sports Mall, 1600 Market, Maumee, inspected May 11.

Sylvan Elementary School, 4830 Wickford, Sylvania, inspected May 9.

Fallen Timbers Middle School, 6119 Finzel, Whitehouse, inspected May 8.

Waterville Elementary, 457 Sycamore, Waterville, inspected May 8.

Whitehouse Primary, 6510 Texas, Whitehouse, inspected May 8.

Cold Stone Creamery, 479 West Dussel, Maumee, inspected May 7.

Penguin Palace, 2117 River, inspected May 7.

Whiteford Elementary, 4708 Whiteford, inspected May 7.

Hillview Elementary, 5425 Whiteford, inspected May 7.

SW Family YMCA, 2100 Holland-Sylvania, inspected May 9.

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