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Published: Monday, 5/12/2008

Today's log

Births

Bay Park Community Hospital

Angela and Jason Runion, Woodville, girl, Sunday.

Flower Hospital

Jennifer and Thomas Karnowski, Toledo, boy, Thursday.

Kimberly and Tyler Newman, Monroe, boy, Friday.

St. Charles Mercy Hospital

Jamie and Scott Kozak, Clay Center, boy, Friday.

Nora Carruthers, Toledo, boy, Friday.

St. Luke s Hospital

Melody and Brian Martin, Grand Rapids, Ohio, boy, Saturday.

St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center

Karyn and Lewis Dutridge, Perrysburg, girl, Wednesday.

Andrea Clay, Springfield Township, girl, Thursday.

Linda Odiari, Toledo, girl, Thursday.

Telisa Lee, Toledo, boy, Friday.

Kia Woodson, Toledo, boy, Friday.

LaTorrya Richards, Toledo, girl, Friday.

Heather and Phil Klingensmith, Perrysburg, boy, Saturday.

Toledo Hospital

Lisa and Chris Goodson, Swanton, boy, Saturday.

Bethany and Scott Charpie, Maumee, boy, Saturday.

Tracie and Christopher Youngless, Elmore, boy, Saturday.

Sarah and Robert Wilcox, Toledo, boy, Saturday.

Raychelle Skibinski, Toledo, boy, Saturday.

Amanda Kelly, Toledo, girl, Saturday.

Selena and Michael Landolt, Temperance, girl, Saturday.

Emily and Kenneth Ryan, Bowling Green, girl, Saturday.

Toni Halliday, Toledo, boy, Saturday.

Restaurant inspections

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

7-Eleven, 3749 Upton, inspected April 2. Critical violation: Dairy creamer cups held in ice at 44-45 degrees. Refrigeration required to hold at 41 degrees or less. Icing of product must be done better or provide creamer that does not require refrigeration. One noncritical violation. Inspector: Debbie Dacquisto.

Bakery Unlimited, 4427 Secor, inspected April 3. Critical violations: Baked goods display case is holding potentially hazardous foods at 45-56 degrees at time of inspection. All PHF must be held cold at 41 degrees or lower at all times. Repair case immediately and do not use to store PHF. Multiple fryers in the back room. Fryers are not under any type of hood system or fire suppression system. Remove fryers or install a full hood system with fire suppression. Repeat violation. Six noncritical violations. Inspector: Kelly Sattler.

Sofo s, 5400 Monroe, inspected April 2. Critical violation: Temperatures of self-serve soup at 106 degrees. PHF must be maintained at 135 degrees to limit bacteria growth. Soup discarded. Deli meat found without proper date marking. All PHF kept longer than 24 hours must be properly date marked. Four noncritical violations. Inspector: Brandon Tester.

Dunkin Donuts, 2709 West Central, inspected April 2. Critical violations: Quat sanitizer in the wiping bucket was low. Quat sanitizer should test at 200 ppm to properly sanitize. Yogurt in the small glass door cooler was at 44 degrees. All PHF must be held at 41 degrees or less to prevent the growth of bacteria. Adjust the cooler temperature accordingly. Nine noncritical violations. Inspector: Gillian Wilke.

Marco s Pizza, 3423 Lagrange, inspected March 31. Critical violation: Observed ranch dressing packets with labels stating keep refrigerated, at temperatures ranging from 43 to 65 degrees. To limit bacteria growth, adhere to labeling instructions. PHF in cold holding must maintain 41 degrees or less. Product discarded. Repeat violation. Five noncritical violations. Inspector: Kerry Cutcher.

Mama C s Donuts, 915 Conant, Maumee, inspected April 1. Critical violation: Coffee creamer out at room temperature. To prevent growth of bacteria, all PHF must beheld cold, must maintain in internal temperature of product at 41 degrees or less. Three noncritical violations. Inspector: Paul Bauman.

Marco s Pizza, 1234 Sylvania, inspected April 1. Critical violation: Pizza sauce in the three-door worktop cooler at 45 degrees. Coolers are required to hold at 41 degrees or less; have unit serviced. Two noncritical violations. Inspector: Dacquisto.

Gateway Express Marathon, 3819 Haverhill, inspected April 1. Critical violations: Observed six Royal Deli prepackaged sandwiches which were out-of-date for sale. Sandwiches were removed and supplier notified. Rearrange food storage in reach-in cooler so that raw shell eggs are stored below ready-to-eat (RTE) foods to prevent potential cross contamination. One noncritical violation. Inspector: Dacquisto.

Broadway Food Center, 1503 Broadway, inspected March 31. Critical violation: The quat dispenser at the three-compartment sink is not working properly. Employee is manually adding quat, dispenser leaks. This is not acceptable. Contact a service company for repair. Four noncritical violations. Inspector: Kelly Cipiti.

Marco s Pizza, 1419 South, inspected March 31. Critical violations: At time of inspection, person in charge was not familiar with the facility s procedures or equipment. Managers must be properly trained for each store s procedures and equipment. PHF being held in the top prep cooler section at 49-53 degrees. These food items must be at 41 degrees or below. No sanitizer bucket was available at the time of inspection. Cloths were laying out. During all hours of operation-before food prep begins, set up a sanitizer bucket to wipe down all work surfaces and for storing wet cloths. Observed poor handwashing by employee who was handling food. Observed pizza delivery person smoking in his car while delivering food. It is not acceptable to smoke in the car while delivering food. One noncritical violation. Inspector: Cipiti.

Noncritical violations

The Green Rooster, 4753 North Detroit, inspected April 1, two noncritical violations. Inspector: Kerry Cutcher.

Trilby Day Care, 6030 Secor, inspected April 1, two noncritical violations. Inspector: Steven Perrine.

Kinder Care Learning Center, inspected April 1, one noncritical violation. Inspector: Paul Bauman.

St. Joseph s Church School, inspected April 1, two noncritical violations. Inspector: Brandon Tester.

Bibleway Household of Faith, 2335 Collingwood, inspected April 1, two noncritical violations. Inspector: Debbie Dacquisto.

Birmingham Elementary School, 2220 Bakewell, inspected April 3, two noncritical violations. Inspector: Jennifer Gottschalk.

Jimmy John s of Sylvania, 6385 Monroe, Sylvania, inspected April 4, one noncritical violation. Inspector: Tester.

High Level Cafe, 2225 Summit, inspected April 1, three noncritical violations. Inspector: Kelly Cipiti.

Taco Bell, 2234 West Alexis, inspected April 1, one noncritical violation. Inspector: Perrine.

Charlie s Restaurant, 5228 Monroe, inspected April 3, four noncritical violations. Inspector: Tester.

Blockbuster Video, 1345 Reynolds, inspected April 2, two noncritical violations. Inspector: Tester.

Barney s, 6005 Secor, inspected April 1, two noncritical violations. Inspector: Perrine.

Cookies By Design, 5700 Monroe, Sylvania, inspected April 4, one noncritical violation. Inspector: Tester.

Starbucks Coffee Company, 3305 West Central, inspected April 1, one noncritical violation. Inspector: Kelly Satter.

Subway, 3324 Secor, inspected April 2, four noncritical violations. Inspector: Satter.

Del Taco, 3348 Secor, inspected April 2, four noncritical violations. Inspector: Satter.

Calvino s, 3143 West Central, inspected April 3, eight noncritical violations. Inspector: Gillian Wilke.

Brewed Awakenings Coffee House, 2636 West Central, inspected April 3, seven noncritical violations. Inspector: Wilke.

White Castle, 1615 Cherry, inspected April 3, five noncritical violations. Inspector: Dacquisto.

Downtown Latte, 44 South St. Clair, inspected April 4, five noncritical violations. Inspector: Wilke.

Mo Joe s, 300 Madison, inspected April 4, three noncritical violations. Inspector: Satter.

Andrea s Sports Pub, 3338 West Alexis, inspected April 1.

No violations:

Christ The King, 4100 Harvest, inspected April 18.

Heatherdowns Day Care, 3544 Glendale, inspected April 15.

Comfort Inn West, 1426 Reynolds, Maumee, inspected April 14.

Heatherdowns Rehabilitation & residential Care Center, 2401 Cass, inspected April 14.

360 Fitness, 1703 Tollgate, inspected April 14.

General Nutrition, 2040 Reynolds, inspected April 9.

OKDI, Ltd, 2062 Woodville, inspected April 1.

Dollar General Store, 6730 Sylvania, inspected March 28.

Holland Carry Out, 6901 Angola, inspected April 8.

Express Food Mart, 1419 South, inspected March 31.

Walgreens, 5815 Secor, inspected March 31.

A Piece of Cake, 3670 Rugby, inspected March 28.

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

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

Maumee Wines, 2556 Parkway Plaza, Maumee, inspected March 31.

K-Mart, 2830 Navarre, inspected March 28.

Marco s Pizza, 5248 Monroe, inspected April 1.

Vino 100, 3355 Briarfield, inspected April 7.

Shucher s, 1426 Airport, inspected April 9.

Break Room Lounge LLC, 720 Illinois, Maumee, inspected April 9.

Anne Grady Corp., 1525 Eber, inspected April 8.

Eisenhower Middle School, 331 Curtice, inspected April 9.

DG s, 10609 Jerusalem, inspected April 1.

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

Gingerbread House Too, LLC, 5142 Ryan, inspected March 26.

Lido Lanes, LLC, 865 South, inspected March 28.

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

Notre Dame Academy, 3535 Sylvania, inspected March 31.

Pilot Travel Center/Subway, 5820 Hagman, inspected April 8.

Nautica Coffee, 5645 Mayberry Square East, inspected April 8.

Stranahan Elementary School, 3840 Holland-Sylvania, inspected April 7.

Legends Grille, 2 South St. Clair, inspected April 8.

Netty s, 904 Clark, inspected April 7.

Shawn s Irish Tavern, 440 Heatherdowns, inspected April 1.

Wendy s, 7351 West Centeral, inspected April 8.

Star Diner, 3026 Glendale, inspected April 10.

Early Education and Child Care Center, 2240 Castlewood, inspected April 16.

Marriage licenses

Lucas County

May 8, 2008

Eric Timm, 49, sales, and Janet Forshey, 39, sales, both of Swanton.

Te Arle Spears, 33, electrical inspection, and Christina Fletcher, 30, teacher, both of Toledo.

Robert Morris, 80, retired, and Janet Piasecki, 62, caregiver, both of Toledo.

Keith Crosby, 44, foreman, and Donnita Jackson, 37, assembly, both of Toledo.

Thomas Crawford III, 24, custodian, and Tenishia Bohl, 28, administrative assistant, both of Ann Arbor, Mich.

Michael Saunders, 27, IT manager, and Meghan Sloane, 24, substitute teacher, both of Holland.

Nicholas Loudeslager, 26, graduate student, of Toledo, and Elizabeth Gardner, 23, deli worker, of Luna Pier, Mich.

Stanley Jones, 62, and Armentha Tisdale aka Harris, 55, both of Toledo.

Philip Rumschlag, 24, youth director, and April Stout, 20, customer service representative, both of Toledo.

L. B. Allison, 50, and Felicia Wade, 32, both of Toledo.

Jacob Hammer, 25, corrections officer, and Annie Weitz, 24, marketing research, both of Toledo.

Clifford Pugh, 36, laborer, and Helen Boles, 39, laborer, both of Toledo.

David Novak, 28, landscaper, and Rachael Poland, 28, teacher, both of Toledo.

Jeffrey Hood, 39, city worker, and Melinda Pina, 44, both of Toledo.

Crime reports

Robbery

Mike Zacharias, of Toledo, cellular telephone, wallet and contents by two men with a gun on West Sylvania at Torrance.

Burglaries

La Herradura Carry Out, Emerald, cigarettes, beer, cameras, radios, meats, and knives.

Stephanie Bays, Luscombe, medication.

Swan Creek Candle, South Superior, balloons.

Monte Zarick, South St. Clair, copper wire.

Kevin Courter, Sumner, computers, monitor, DVD player, stereo system, video game, telephone/answering machine, copper wire, air compressor, DVD player, speakers, equalizer, CD player, CDs, and TV.

William Kynard, Main, DVDs, kitchen accessories, jewelry, and telephone.

Lanette Poole, Joffre, no loss.

Christopher Hoy, Overlook, loss undetermined.

Suzanne Smith, Sanders, jewelry.

Andrea Broaden, North Huron, DVD player and shoes.

Diann Stone, Kenilworth, TVs and bicycle.

Kevin Soitler, Orchard, no loss.

Thefts

Joseph Lemle, Farmview, Toledo, downspout and heating/cooling unit from residence.

Linda Wilson, Chase, rims and tires from vehicle at home.

Teresa Swolsky, Goddard, bank account number and cash from residence.

Brett McCartney, Galion, Ohio, video game and video cartridges.

Dawn Gorsuch, Brooke Park, jewelry from residence.

Willia Moffett, Helene, laptop computer from the 2500 block of West Bancroft.

Diane Smith, Gibson, catalytic converter from SUV in the 1500 block of East Alexis.

Edward Kleppinger, Tracy, glass art items, glass water pipes, and other items from truck in the 600 block of Main.

Kevin Duke, Upton, bank card from residence.

Lisa Osswald, Gunckel, laptop computer from auto in the 3800 block of Lockwood.

Nathan Edminster, Woodley, bank card from residence.

Prayer Tower Church of God in Christ, Parkwood, metal shelving and wall of air conditioners.

Levernon Hubbard, Monrose, bank card from residence.

Mario Picciuto, Robin, camera, iPod, calculator, cellular phone charger, and planner from SUV in the 3200 block of West Sylvania.

Dennis Rollison, Overland, laptop computer, court bonds, bulletproof vest, and briefcase from auto in the 1500 block of West Sylvania.

Karen Fishman, Woodmont, camera and purse and contents from auto at home.

Timmy Johnson, Lawrence, cash and wallet and contents from residence.

AirTech Mechanical, Monroe, freezer.

Mary Lindquist, Candlewood, laptop computer from the 1600 block of Jefferson.

Traffic injuries

Wednesday

2:45 p.m. Elm and Park. Autos of Nelda Reno, 75, of Garden Park, who was treated at St. Anne Mercy Hospital, and Sandy Lofton, 33, of Palmer, who was treated at St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center, along with passengers, Precious Lofton, 12, of Palmer, and LaChela Benton, 13, of Elm.

4:25 p.m. South and Frank. Van of Michell Higgs, 30, of South, and Pamela Mansfield, 52, of Glenwood, along with passenger, Arnold Mansfield.

4:48 p.m. Parkdale and Grand. Autos of Henry Harden, 68, of Indiana, and Sharnita Koonce, 19, of Evansdale, who was treated at Toledo Hospital.

Deaths

Lucas County

Abou-Dahech, Ferial, 66, Bishopsgate Drive, lymphoma.

Allberg, Marjorie, 100, North Terrace View Street, coronary artery disease.

Altenbaugh, Cindy, 50, West Plumer Street, adenocarcinoma.

Beimdieck, Virginia, 86, Banbury Drive, cancer.

Bialorucki, Robert, 75, Roseann Drive, myocardial infarction.

Brewer, Audie, 95, Munding Drive, Oregon, congestive heart failure.

Ellis, William, 91, Granville Drive, Sylvania, anorexia.

Fairbairn, Robert, 81, South Wynn Road, Oregon, coronary artery disease.

Flowers aka Templin, Patrina, 82, Vermaas Avenue, hydrocephalus.

Jackson, Janet, 59, Powhattan Parkway, cancer.

Kile, Mildred, 89, South Reynolds Road, Alzheimer s disease.

McMahon, Theresa, 59, Brookview Drive, cardiovascular disease.

Muir, David, 67, Ida Drive, coronary artery disease.

Pattison, Ronald, 77, Cameron Road, cerebral infarction.

Skiver, Margaret, 87, Manley Road, Maumee, Alzheimer s disease.

Stewart, Maxine, 83, North Holland-Sylvania Road, dementia.

Sutton, Patricia, 80, Liberty Street, cancer.

Wagoner, Lillian, 79, Whiteford Twp., Mich., dementia.

Zappel, Susanne, 94, Indian Road, congestive heart failure.

Coroner s rulings

Lucas County

Gerald Holman, 54, of Toledo, March 4 at St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center. Accidental, deceased had chronic medical problems and aspirated.

James Galbraith, 80, of Toledo, March 25 at Toledo Hospital. Accidental, blunt force injury to head sustained in fall down stairs at home.

Paul Gurzynski, 54, of Toledo, April 4 at St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center. Accidental, combined drug toxicity with morphine being the principal agent.

Jose Mendez, 65 of Adrian, Mich., April 10 at St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center. Suicide, gunshot wound to the chest.



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