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Today's log


Flower Hospital

Shana and Mark Brubaker, Toledo, boy, Thursday.

Sophia Goldsmith, Toledo, girl, Friday.

St. Luke s Hospital

Kristen and T.J. Struffolino, Perrysburg, girl, Sunday.

Kaitlin Maller, Maumee, twin girls, Sunday.

Miranda Roseman, Custar, Ohio, boy, Sunday.

Tammy Chadwick, Swanton, girl, Sunday.

St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center

Rebecca and Matthew Albright, Toledo, girl, Friday.

Shanelle Evans, Toledo, girl, Friday.

Danielle McBride, Toledo, girl, Friday.

Sandra and Timothy Strayer, Oregon, girl, Friday.

Mary and Carl Streicher, Toledo, boy, Friday.

Mancey and Chad Hartson, Napoleon, boy, Friday.

Michelle and Brian Bostater, Perrysburg, girl, Saturday.

Toledo Hospital

Lisa M. Elizondo, Toledo, boy, Saturday.

Latasha Gilmer, Toledo, boy, Saturday.

Ligaya C. Crenshaw, Toledo, boy, Saturday.

Amber Matter, Toledo, girl, Saturday.

Stephanie and Austin Lada, Maumee, girl, Sunday.

Marriage licenses

Lucas County

April 24, 2008

Joshua Morris, 26, podiatrist, of Oregon, and Rachel Holmes, 23, finance instructor, of Millbury.

Terrence Luginbuhl, Jr., 35, registered nurse, and Michelle Wamer, 30, medical laboratory technologist, both of Oregon.

Kenneth Fitch, 26, cook, and Melissa Antonacci, 23, member service representative, both of Toledo.

Alphonso Pettus, 63, truck driver, of Columbus, and Phyllis Braziel, 58, retired, of Toledo.

Joshua Wirick, 22, law enforcement officer, and Kristi Sabo, 24, leasing consultant, both of Toledo.

Kevin Eff, 27, law student, of Sylvania, and Amanda Hunsinger, 22, teacher, of Toledo.

Timothy Meisner, 30, manager, and Jennifer Munguia, 25, team lead, both of Toledo.

Robert Freeze, 25, student, and Chasady Coon, 26, registered nurse, both of Toledo.

Edward Burnat, 52, laborer, and Sharon Burnat, 50, customer service, both of Toledo.

Crime reports


Don Jones, Marengo, cash, laptop computer, and cellular telephone.

Jamee Harris, Alldays, TVs, VCR/DVD player, camera, clothing, DVD player, DVDs, shoes, and jewelry.

Carolyn Banks, Maplewood, loss undetermined.

Robert Eiser, East Broadway, guitar and stereo.

Clyde Ramey, Cincinnati, Ohio, door, furnace, sink, aluminum siding, electrical wires, copper pipes, water tank, and air conditioner condenser from home in the 2200 block Seaman.

Ronald Ditmyer, West Sylvania, TV and video game.

LaToya Hyde, Franklin, puppies.

Timberstone Group, Seagate, undetermined loss.

Corey Palmer, Alisdale, video game and video controllers.

Lisa Mason, Beecham, video game and change.

Martha Jude, Westgate, video game.

Jason Pine, West Central, TV, jewelry, and cash.

Pamela Edds, Douglas, laptop computer.

Abbey Yuse, Malcolm, cash and jewelry.

Brooksie Krauk, Delence, food.

James Scott, North Superior, TV, safe, cash, and identification.

Annie Singleton, Hollywood, DVD player and microwave.

Barney s Convenience Mart, Cherry, cash, door, cash register, receipt printer, cash drawer, and ceiling tiles.

Three Seven Five Park Holdings, Arden, copper wire.

Steven McCutcheon, Forsythe, shoes and cash.

Daisy Crawford, Steeplebush, purse and contents.


Richard Moore, Crescent, cash from residence.

Angela Garcia, Chase, purse and contents from van in the 300 block of Bush.

Toledo Cores, Hamilton, copper trim.

Latracy Brown, Avondale, wallet and contents from residence.

Lewis Wilson, Norwood, TV, clothing, and jewelry from the 1400 block of West Delaware.

James Downey, Pratt, handgun from auto at home.

Cannon Paper Co., Hamilton, copper flashing.

84 Lumber, West Alexis, flat bed trailer.

Marsha Lewandowski, South McCord, Holland, cash from the 400 block of Madison.

Charles Johnson, Doty, MP3 player and wallet and contents from auto at home.

Albert Richards, Vermont, cash, medication, and watch from residence.

Fred Phillips, 308th, AM/FM/CD player, tools, and tool bag from SUV at home.

Dustin Caddarette, Edgar, guitar, amplifier, and CDs from auto on West Laskey at Lewis.

Sarah Will, Bradner, Millbury, camera and cellular telephone from the 600 block of Woodville.

Melissa Wilcox, Cheyenne, credit cards and bank card from the 200 block of East Delaware.

Dirt Stripper Car Wash, West Alexis, trash can covers.

Jerina Underwood, North Erie, purse and contents from the 2500 block of West Bancroft.

Thomas Pyles, Hausman, diamond ring from residence.

Christopher Young, West Bancroft, wallet and contents from the 3200 block of Dorr.

U.S. Government, Madison Heights, Mich., laptop computer from SUV on Monroe at North Summit.

Scott Bemiller, Mansfield, Ohio, turbo charger unit from truck in the 5200 block of Stickney.

Christina Laprarie, Wildhaven Park, Lambertville, purse and contents from SUV on West Laskey at Secor.

Shawna Hester, Lakewood, softball equipment from auto at home.

Kevin Kilgo, Monroe, camera, iPod converter, bookbag and contents from auto in the 2600 block of West Bancroft.


Lucas County

Burzynski, David, 70, Parrakeet Avenue, coronary artery disease.

Contreras, Juan, 86, Eastmeadow Drive, Oregon, cancer.

Dusseau, Robert, 66, Petersburg, Mich., vascular disease.

Hetrick, Carroll, 83, Fremont, interstitial lung disease.

Kent, Flossie, 81, Executive Parkway, congestive heart failure.

Kramer, Marvin, 77, Oaklawn Drive, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.

Lee, Leonard, 80, Angola Road, myocardial infarction.

Loredo, Maria, 84, Temperance, cerebral vascular accident.

Louthan, Suzanne, 68, Bradford Drive, cancer.

Reynolds, Karen, 55, Elmview Drive, interstitial lung disease.

Divorces granted

Lucas County

Grady A. McGowan from Shelia D. McGowan.

Diann F. Hillesland from Damian C. Cairns.

Damian C. Cairns from Diann F. Hillesland.

Cynthia Goolsby from Ke Goolsby.

Ke Goolsby from Cynthia Goolsby.

Crystal Burmeister from John Burmeister.

Brett Greunke from Cleuza Abraham-Greunke.

Craig M. Adamski from Erica J. Adamski.

Erica J. Adamski from Craig M. Adamski.

Shaun M. Satterfield from Janice E. Kowalski.

Deanna M. Montanaro from Nicholas F. Montanaro.

Marriage dissolutions

Lucas County

Regina M. Carmony and Anthony L. Carmony.

Kathryn A. Apple and Jeffery A. Apple.

Jeffrey D. Lillie and Andrea Lillie.

Mary S. Badyna and David E. Welsh.

Sherri A. Stemen and David A. Vanderhorst.

Michael E. Piasecki and Patricia Piasecki.

Thomas J. Curtis and Amy Lynn Nelson.

Randolph W. Killen and Stacy L. Davis.

Thomas Woods and Diana Martens.

Craig D. Hollopeter and Elaine F. Merx.

Ruben R. Gonzalez and Fatima P. Gonzalez.

Betheney M. McIntosh and Brett A. McIntosh.

Cassandra Goodwin and Philip J. Goodwin.

Anthony J. Bishop and Krista J. Patterson.

Daniel Ortiz and Jennifer Rolen.

Rudolf E. Hartkopf and Catherine M. Gruenwald.

Linda K. Wening and Randall T. Wening.

Jennifer M. Booz and Gregory A. Reitz.

Thomas R. Wardell and Sandra K. Boehly.

Mark P. Banaszak and Nicole L. Banaszak.

Timothy Young and Connie Young.

Stephanie Hendricks and Todd Hendricks.

Barbara A. Sowders and Carlos Sepulveda.

Timothy M. Wisnewski and Melody H. Blattner.

Brian T. Kemski and Marianne L. Bohnlein.

Terri L. Wilson and David W. Wilson.

Todd J. Ray and Sabrina L. Ray.

Amanda L. Gullett and Joshua J. Fouty.

Robert A. Barrera and Heather L. Barrand.

Kevin Brown and Stacy L. Brown.

Richard H. Kraus, Jr., and Jennifer M. Davenport.

Joy M. Miller and David A. Millhoan, Sr.

Louis N. Ketron and Tina M. Riley.

Matthew E. Routson and Christina S. Wenzlick.

Katrina K. Gray and Jeremy J. Mouch.

Nikki Y. Rigg and Dennis M. Rigg.

Jon P. Jones and Courtney D. Jones.

Darlene Hunt and Herbert E. Flowers, Sr.

Anne W. Creech and Paul D. Giha.

Gregory J. Pituch and Heather D. Moritz.

Restaurant inspections

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

Vito s Pizza, 4035 Navarre, Oregon, inspected March 11. Critical violations: Observed food being held at improper temperatures in bottom of prep-top cooler. Sanitizer solution in spray bottle was 0 ppm. Three noncritical violations. Inspector: Julie Nye.

Jet s Pizza, 4900 McCord, Sylvania, inspected March 14. Critical violations: Label all spray bottles with common name of contents. Observed individual bags of chicken wings without date marking. All potentially hazardous foods (PHF) kept longer than 24 hours must be properly date marked. Inspector: Brandon Tester.

Jimmy John s, 1470 Ford, Maumee, inspected March 12. Critical violation: No temperature measuring device available. Provide thermometer capable of reading from 0 degrees to 220 degrees to ensure proper food temperatures. One noncritical violation. Inspector: Kerry Cutcher.

Beaner s Gourmet Coffee, 306 West Dussel, Maumee, inspected March 12. Critical violation: Observed milk and half and half in single door undercounter cooler and thermos containers at improper temperatures. To limit bacteria growth, PHF items in cold holding must maintain 41 degrees or less. Two noncritical violations. Inspector: Cutcher.

2 Toots Steam Whistle Grill, 2336 South Reynolds, inspected March 17. Critical violations: No current 2008 license. No sanitizer test strips available at time of inspection. One noncritical violation. Inspector: Mike Brady.

Express Tasty Bar-B-Q, 1047 Western, inspected March 14. Critical violations: Improper storage order observed in both coolers. Follow pink storage order handout to prevent cross contamination. No date marking observed on any food. Once food is cooked or manufacturer s seal broken, food must be marked with a seven-day date mark. Two-door cooler is not holding food at proper temperatures. Repair immediately. Four noncritical violations. Inspector: Kelly Cipiti.

Waffle House, 6715 Central, inspected March 17. Critical violations: Observed ready-to-eat (RTE) food handled with bare hands. All RTE food must be handled with gloves or utensils. All wiping cloths must be stored in sanitizer when not in use. Two noncritical violations. Inspector: Brady.

Poco Piatti, 5333 Monroe, inspected March 17. Critical violations: Observed ground meat being stored above RTE food in walk-in cooler and raw shrimp being stored over RTE food in prep top cooler. Store food in proper order according to cook temperatures. Observed several PHF through facility with temperatures greater than 41 degrees. All PHF must be kept with internal temperatures of 41 degrees or less. Five noncritical violations. Inspector: Tester.

KFC, 3506 Dorr, inspected March 18. Critical violations: Fried chicken in hot holding was at 94-128 degrees, gravy at 114-130 degrees, and mashed potatoes at 105-106 degrees. All PHF held hot must be at 135 degrees or more to prevent the growth of bacteria. Chicken was voluntarily discarded. Eleven noncritical violations. Inspector: Gillian Wilke.

Toledo Museum of Art, 2445 Monroe, inspected March 18. Critical violations: Hard cooked eggs at 44 degrees. PHF must be held cold at 41 or less. Nine noncritical violations. Inspector: Debbie Dacquisto.

El Camino Real, 2500 Sylvania, inspected March 19. Critical violation: Front line meat cooler, prep top at 41-42 degrees. Box items at 42-42 degrees. Coolers are required to hold at 41 degrees or less. Adjust or service. Four noncritical violations. Inspector: Dacquisto.

J&G Pizza, 5692 Main, Sylvania, inspected March 19. Critical violation: Observed gyro meat holding hot at 118 degrees. PHF must be kept at hot at 135 degrees or more to limit bacteria growth. Meat re-heated to 165 degree. Two noncritical violations. Inspector: Tester.

Subway, 5141 South Main, Sylvania, inspected March 20. Critical violation: No date mark observed on opened package of PHFs in two-door under counter cooler. All PHF kept longer than 24 hours must be properly date marked. Inspector: Tester.

Rite Aid, 4838 North Summit, inspected March 19. Critical violation: observed container of fabric softner stocked on shelf above soft drinks. Do not store chemicals above soft drinks or other food items. Inspector: Jennifer Gottschalk.

Little Caesar s Pizza, 4747 Suder, inspected March 11. Critical violation: Observed peroxide stored above pizza pans. Store all chemicals below or away from all food and food contact items to prevent chemical contamination. Two noncritical violations. Inspector: Cutcher.

Circle K, 5342 Lewis, inspected March 11. Critical violations: Observed box of raw shell eggs stored above bottled beverages in walk-in cooler. Store all raw meat, and shell eggs below all other food items to prevent cross contamination. Observed wet/soiled cloths stored on counter at beverage station. When not in use, store all wiping cloths in sanitizing solution with proper chemical concentration to limit bacteria growth. Observed open boxes of hot dogs with open date of 3-7-08 and a discard date of 3-14-08. To limit bacteria growth, PHF may only be held for a total of seven days once opened, the day opened counts a day one, discard date should be 3-13-08. Handsink in back storage area is dirty. Maintain and clean all sinks. Six noncritical violations. Inspector: Cutcher.

Providence Pub, 6719 Providence, Whitehouse, inspected March 17. Critical violations: Date mark all PHFs once opened, prepared, or thawed. Unlabeled squirt bottles found in the facility. Label all bottles with common name of the contents to prevent any issues with contamination. Five noncritical violations. Inspector: Sara Becker.

Beaner s Gourmet Coffee, 420 Madison, inspected March 18. Critical violations: Observed skim milk in thermos holding at 65 degrees. To prevent bacteria growth you must hold PHF cold at 41 degrees or below. Monitor milk in thermos and change often. Two noncritical violations. Inspector: Cipiti.

Busia s Narozny, 302 Laskey, inspected March 19. Critical violations: Observed employee coats stored on bag of onions in back storage area. Designate an area for employee belongings away from food and food contact items. Observed fish thawing in standing water in prep sink. Proper thawing to limit bacteria growth by law includes the following methods: under refrigeration, completely submerged under cold running water in prep sink, in microwave if cooking immediately, or cooked from frozen state. Observed various PHF items in single door upright cooler and walk-in cooler at improper temperatures. Refrigeration units must be able to hold PHF at 41 degrees or less. Three noncritical violations. Inspector: Cutcher.

Dairy Depot, 4160 Navarre, inspected March 19, Critical violations: Observed ice cream unit not holding at proper temperature. Vanilla, chocolate ice cream at 42-43 degrees. All PHF must be held cold at 41 degrees or less to prevent bacteria growth that can cause a food borne disease. Three noncritical violations. Inspector: Nye.

Lutheran Home of Toledo-kitchen, 131 Wheeling, inspected March 19. Critical violation: Observed improper cooling of pureed vegetables and meat. To properly cool PHF, food must cool from 135 to 70 degrees in two hours, then from 70 to 41 degrees in four hours. Food items discarded. One noncritical violation. Inspector: Nye.

UT Ottawa House, 2801 West Bancroft, inspected March 24. Critical violations: Observed cooked noodles that were improperly cooled in the walk-in cooler. Noodles were cooked six hours earlier and were at 56 degrees at time of inspection. Another container of noodles that were cooling was stacked on top of container. Do not cover cooling foods or stack items on top of each other. Noodles voluntarily discarded. Observed raw ground beef stored on top of milk. Store all RTE food above raw meat to prevent cross contamination. Pesto sauce in the hot box was at 117 degrees. All PHF must be held hot at 135 degrees or more. Apples, salad croutons, crunch noodles, and all other PHFs must be placed under the sneeze guard to prevent contamination. Thoroughly clean the hood covering the grill in the buffet area. Bleu cheese dressing at salad bar station at 66 degrees, shredded cheese at 43. All PHFs must be held cold at 41 degrees or less. Provide deeper pans to place the food closer to the cold plate. Observed wet wiping towels stored on countertops. Store all wet wiping cloths in sanitizer buckets when not in use. Eggs at salad bar at 64 degrees. Cooler was not turned on at time inspection. Food discarded. The alfredo sauce holding at the pizza buffet was at 132 degrees. All PHF must be held hot at 135 degrees or more. Pasta salad in deli display case was 52-54 degrees, turkey sandwich at 48-49 degrees. Cooler is currently holding at 50 degrees. All PHF must be held cold at 41 degrees. Food discarded. Sandwiches and salads offered for self-service were not properly labeled. All prepackaged foods must be labeled with the common name, list of ingredients, net weight, and name and address of the packager. Four noncritical violations. Inspector: Gillian Wilke.

Cafe Marie, 570 Dussel, Maumee, inspected March 25. Critical violation: Clean light covers in dry storage area. Inspector: Paul Bauman.

Inky s, 3945 North Detroit, inspected March 26. Critical violations: Observed pasta at 55 degrees and feta cheese at 48 degrees on counter. PHFs must be held cold at 41 degrees or less or hot at 135 degrees or more. Product discarded. Sauce made day earlier was at 50 degrees. Sauce was improperly cooled. Four noncritical violations. Inspector: Cutcher.

Jan s Chili Dogs, 5668 West Central, inspected March 26. Shredded cheese at 65 degrees at time of inspection. All PHF must be held cold at 41 degrees. Store cheese in cooler at all times. Observed chili sauce that is date marked 3-14-08. Refrigerated, RTE, PHF may be held for only seven days at 41 degrees or lower. Inspector: Kelly Sattler.

Schlotzsky s Deli, 5001 Monroe, inspected March 26. Critical violations: The small salad prep-top cooler is holding feta cheese and chicken salad at 43 degrees at time of inspection. All foods must be held cold at 41 degrees or lower at all times. Adjust or repair this cooler. The pizza prep-top cooler is holding PHF at 49-52 degrees at time of inspection. All food must be held cold at 41 degrees at all times. Pepperoni, chicken, and shredded cheese discarded. Observed wet wiping cloths out on food prep surfaces. Store all wiping cloths in sanitizer solution when not in use. Five noncritical violations. Inspector: Sattler.

McDonald s, 5210 North Summit, inspected March 28. Critical violation: Shredded cheese at 70 degrees, swiss cheese at 69 degrees on the line. These are PHFs and must be held cold at 41 degrees or less. Items discarded at time of inspection. One noncritical violation. Inspector: Gottschalk.

Playmakers Holland, 7131 Orchard Center, Springfield Township, inspected March 17. Critical violation: Date mark all PHF with a seven-day expiration date once foods have been opened, prepared, or thawed. Five noncritical violations. Inspector: Sara Becker.

Toledo Hospital, 2142 North Cove, inspected March 27. Critical violations: Potato salad at front line buffet at 49-50 degrees. PHF must be held cold at 41 degrees or less. Food removed from service. Product is iced. Ice must completely surround food. Two-door cooler used for staging salads at 44-45 degrees. PHF must be held cold at 41 degrees. Food moved to produce cooler. Pudding and cottage cheese at 48-49 degrees. Properly store PHFs. Food discarded at time of inspection. Pot and pan washer is not reaching 180 degrees in final rinse. Service called. Gravy in three-door breakfast cooler in covered container at 92-93 degrees. Use proper cooling methods. Gravy discarded. Inspection: Dacquisto.

Arby s, 2647 Navarre, inspected March 19. Critical violations: Observed roast beef holding at unsafe temperatures. All PHF must be held hot at 135 degrees or higher to prevent bacteria growth that can cause foodborne disease. Observed food being at improper temperatures in walk-in cooler. All PHF held cold must be held at 41 degrees or lower. Two noncritical violations. Inspector: Nye.

McDonald s, 1520 Cherry, inspected March 26. Critical violations: Observed damp/soiled wiping cloths on surfaces throughout the kitchen area. To limit bacteria growth, store damp/soiled cloths in sanitzing solution with chemical concentration of 100 ppm chlorine when not in use. Three-compartment sink being used for food preparation. All food preparation must be done in a designated food prep sink with a two-inch air gap to the plumbing. Observed handsink in employee rest room blocked. Every handsink must be fully accessible and stocked with soap and paper towels at all times. At inspection, restroom was not properly stocked. Observed self-closing faucets in public/employee restrooms running for less than 15 seconds. The flow water must be for at least 15 seconds before need to reactivate. Provide a thermometer in proper working order. Three noncritical violations. Inspector: Cutcher.

Volunteers of America, 1201 Champlain, inspected March 26. Critical violation: Observed PHF in walk-in cooler at improper temperatures. All refrigeration must hold product at 41 degrees or lower. One noncritical violation. Inspector: Cutcher.

Magic Wok, 5905 West Central, inspected March 26. Critical violations: No sanitizer in wipe cloth bucket. Maintain proper sanitizer concentration in wipe buckets, store all wipe cloths in bucket when not in use. Quat sanitizer is too strong in the three-compartment sink at 400 ppm. Quat sanitizer must be kept at 200 ppm for sanitizing food contact items. Egg mixture and garlic in oil mixture are at 49 degrees in the prep top cooler at time of inspection. These PHF must be held cold at 41 degrees or lower at all times. One noncritical violation. Inspector: Sattler.

Cosmic Custard, 2007 North Holland-Sylvania, inspected March 28. Critical violation: Observed employee have bare hand contact with RTE foods. In order to prevent cross contamination handle all RTE foods with gloves. Observed improper sanitizer strength in three-compartment sink. Proper sanitizer strength is necessary to properly disinfect food contact surfaces. Maintain 200 ppm quat ammonia or 50-100 ppm chlorine solution. Three noncritical violations. Inspector: Ryan Sekinger.

Noncritical violations

Mancy s Bluewater Grille, 461 West Dussel, Maumee, inspected March 18. One noncritical violation. Inspector: Bauman.

University Carryout, 1852 West Bancroft, inspected March 14. Two noncritical violations. Inspector: Dacquisto.

Recent inspectionsfound no violations at:

Eagles Nest Sweet Retreat, 16 South Stadium, Oregon, inspected April 1.

East Side Central School, 815 Navarre, inspected April 3.

St. Ursula Academy, 4025 Indian, inspected April 1.

Lagrinka Outlet, 2301 Lagrange, inspected April 1.

Nabil s Lotto Station, 1027 North Reynolds, inspected April 2.

Family Dollar Stores, 1121 North Reynolds, inspected April 2.

Kahler Pharmacy, 1941 Airport, inspected April 2.

Dollar General, 6730 Sylvania, Sylvania, inspected March 28.

Express Food Mart, 1419 South, inspected March 31.

Okdi Ltd., 2062 Woodville, Oregon, inspected April 1.

Papa Murphy s, 7226 Sylvania, inspected March 25.

Kmart, 2830 Navarre, inspected March 28.

Donato s Pizza, 1385 Conant, Maumee, inspected March 28.

Papa John s Pizza, 3137 West Alexis, inspected March 31.

Mario s Pizza, 309 West Alexis, inspected March 31.

Marco s Pizza, 257 Golden Gate, Maumee, inspected March 31.

The Honeybaked Ham Co., 6145 Merger, Springfield Township, inspected April 1.

Asian Grocery, 1801 North McCord, inspected April 1.

Marco s Pizza, 5248 Monroe, inspected April 1.

Tony s Farm Market, 5549 Lewis, inspected April 2.

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