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Published: Monday, 6/23/2008

Today's Log

Births

Bay Park Community Hospital

Melissa Martinez, Toledo, girl, Saturday.

St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center

Brandie and Richard Ferguson III, Temperance, girl, Thursday.

Krista and Gregory Alexander, Washington Township, girl, Saturday.

Toledo Hospital

Jada and Edwin Rodriguez, Wauseon, girl, Saturday.

Latresa Bampus, Toledo, girl, Saturday.

Jamie Newman, Toledo, boy, Saturday.

Andrea and Douglas Myers, Perrysburg, girl, Saturday.

Lindsey and Bill Lingle, Archbold, boy, Saturday.

Michelle Williams, Toledo, girl, Saturday.

Heather and Thomas Binkowski, Delta, girl, Saturday.

Marriage licenses

Lucas County

June 19, 2008

Richard Rohaley, 23, student, of Toledo, and Deidre Collette, 23, pharmacist, of Holland.

Johnnie Gauldin, Jr., 42, painter, and Sally Douglass, 37, special education teacher, both of Toledo.

James Bucher, 48, painting contractor, and Vikki Kuebbeler, 47, surgery scheduler, both of Monclova, Ohio.

Jesse Hicks III, 25, pathology tech, and La Tisha Hobbs, 25, warehouse worker, both of Toledo.

Matthew Peters, 33, sales, and Amanda Maag, 26, secretary, both of Toledo.

Olandis Williams, 27, and Misty Henderson, 31, home health aide, both of Toledo.

Quincy Lewis, 52, utility worker, and Sheila Gibson, 45, dance instructor, both of Toledo.

Clifford Shinaver III, 57, and Sarah Shinaver, 45, both of Toledo.

Mitchell Stewart, 20, and Sarah Woodcock, 22, both of Toledo.

Gregory Hoffman Jr., 25, engineer, of Holland, and Jennifer Van Vlerah, 23, teacher, of Norwalk, Ohio.

Aaron Cole, 26, general contractor, and Britney Jones, 26, dental assistant, both of Toledo.

Sandy Bordonaro, 24, engineer, of Mayfield Heights, Ohio, and Rachel Perlaky, 23, teacher, of Sylvania.

Charles Marshall Jr., 41, restorer, and Miracle Warren, 25, cashier, both of Toledo.

Hubert Johnson Jr., 40, and Jennifer Daniels, 25, both of Toledo.

Restaurant inspections

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

Auntie Anne s Soft Pretzels, 5001 Monroe, inspected May 12. Critical violation: Wipe cloth bucket with the correct concentration of sanitizer must be set up at all times of operation. Food prep surfaces must be periodically sanitized throughout the day. Two noncritical violations. Inspector: Kelly Sattler.

China One Buffet, 4751 Monroe, inspected May 12. Critical violations: Sushi rolls are at 51 degrees on the buffet at time of inspection. The manager stated that sushi is held for no long than two hours. If sushi is to be held based on time instead of temperature, the time sushi was made must be recorded. Also, written procedure must be in place for this. This is a repeat violation. Meat loaf is 123-130 degrees and pizza is 97 degrees on the buffet at time of inspection. All potentially hazardous foods (PHF) must be held hot at 135 degrees or more at all times. The prep top cooler is holding chicken, beef, and shrimp at 43-45 degrees. All PHF must be held at proper temperatures. This is a repeat violation. Garlic in oil is at 60 degrees in the prep top cooler at time of inspection. This PHF must be held cold at 41 degrees or lower at all times. Repeat violation. Chemical dish machine is not dispensing any sanitizer at the time of inspection. Repair immediately. Dishes must be washed, rinsed, then sanitized in the three-compartment sink. No datemarking observed on prepared egg rolls in the walk-in cooler. All refrigerated, RTE, PHF must be properly date marked. Observed cucumbers stored directly below raw meats and chicken in the walk-in cooler. To prevent cross-contamination, raw meats and eggs must be stored below or separate from ready-to-eat foods. Wet wiping towels must be stored in sanitizer solution of proper concentration when not in use. Seven noncritical violations. Inspector: Sattler.

Fazoli s, 1398 Conant, Maumee, inspected May 12. Critical violation: Sandwich prep-top cooler holding food at 43-44 degrees. All PHF held must maintain an internal temperature of 41 degrees or less. Five noncritical violations. Inspector: Paul Bauman.

Jay Bar and Grill, 3560 Dorr, inspected May 12. Critical violations: Provide a bucket with sanitizer solution to sanitize surfaces and store the wet towels in when not in use. Provide separator for the soft drink lines in the bin for edible ice to protect the ice from contamination. Six noncritical violations. Inspector: Gillian Wilke.

Loma Linda, 10400 Airport, Monclova Township, inspected May 12. Critical violation: Under counter drawer cooler running warm at time of inspection. Chicken at 44 degrees, hot dogs at 50 degrees, hamburgers at 50 degrees. All PHF held cold must be maintained at 41 degrees or less. One noncritical violation. Inspector: Sara Becker.

Mad Dog Rib and Grub, 1014 Starr, inspected May 12. Critical violations: Found PHF above 41 degrees in the prep cooler. All PHF must be held at proper temperatures. No date label on the hot dog sauce. All PHF that is open and prepared must have a date mark on it if not used in 24 hours. All employees must know when the item was made or opened and when to discard it. Two noncritical violations. Inspector: Jennifer Gottschalk.

Pizza Hut, 1954 Laskey, inspected May 12. Critical violation: Did not detect any chlorine sanitizer in wipe buckets. Sanitizer solution must at 50-100 ppm to properly sanitize surfaces. Eight noncritical violations. Inspector: Wilke.

Pizza Hut, 523 East Manhattan, inspected May 12. Critical violations: Observed various PHF items in the walk-in cooler at temperatures ranging from 44-46 degrees. To limit bacteria growth, PHF must be held at 41 degrees or less. Repeat violation. Observed handsink leaking into bucket. Plumbing systems must be maintained properly. Five noncritical violations. Inspector: Kerry Cutcher.

Clay Avenue Community School, 1030 Clay, inspected May 13. Critical violations: Observed burritos delivered from Hanhattan s Restaurant in a cambro at 116-130 degrees. To limit bacteria growth, PHF in hot holding must maintain 135 degrees or above. Observed food handler putting on gloves without proper handwashing. Before putting on gloves, food handlers must wash hands. One noncritical violation. Inspector: Cutcher.

Noncritical violations

White Tower, 1515 Sylvania, inspected May 12. Eight noncritical violations. Inspector: Debbie Dacquisto.

Crime reports

Robberies

Melissa Roberts, purse and contents by two men in the 900 block of Orchard at 10:10 p.m. Wednesday.

Burglaries

Bharat Rajghatta, Cheltenham, bicycle.

Todd Parker, Clover, tools, air compressor, bows, cases, digital camera, camcorder, and bag of sporting equipment.

Andrew Sibzert, Frederick, copper plumbing, hot water heater, sink, and counter tops.

St. Hedwig Church, Lagrange, copper downspouts.

Crystral Brighton, Parakeet, CD/DVD player.

Lera Carter, Yates, TV and cell phone.

Art Brubaker, East Oakland, laptop computer, DVD player, and iPod.

Carl Matyanczyk, Navarre, silver dollars and prescription medication.

James Rayford, Birckhead, TV and jewelry.

Bertha Henson, West Bancroft, weed cutter and tools.

Charlotte Cuno, Tappan, jewelry, purse and contents.

Broadway Mini Mart, Broadway, safe and contents.

Erica Smith, Westbank, TV and cash.

Dawn Awada, 283rd, checkbook.

Colour & Style by Powells, Nebraska, broken front window.

Sherri Locker, Broadway, TV, iPod docking station, video game system, video games, and DVD player.

Star Campbell, Dunderry, washing machine.

Elizabeth Hancock, Western, loss is undetermined.

Daryl Riley, Obrien, computer system and two TVs.

Abele Funeral Home, Cherry, loss is undetermined.

Jackman-Laskey Auto Wash, Jackman, cash.

Kevin Donnelly, Utah, lawn mower, weed trimmer, chainsaw, circular saw, and leaf blower.

Brian Uram, Kenilworth, copper.

Lisa Jude, Richards, shotgun, semi-automatic pistol, and cash.

Thefts

Abercrombie and Fitch, Monroe, men s shirts from store.

Tim Brothers, West Alexis, stereo, ship to shore radio, flare kit, fire extinguisher, depth finder from boat stored in 200 block of West Alexis.

Selina Ramirez, Colburn, purse and contents from restaurant in 500 block of Dorr.

Rena Clark, Lambertville, Mich., purse and contents from stroller at the Toledo Zoo.

Peggy Wagner, Albert, bullet reloading machines, tow dolly, and motorcycle with 3 wheel cart from residence.

Thomas Agoston, West Sylvania, air conditioning tools, copper, ladders, and HVAC equipment from vehicle in parking lot of auto repair shop in the 400 block of Waggoner.

Davis College, Monroe, credit cards from business.

Lena McClain, Fernwood, handgun and ammo clip from residence.

Robert Westrick, 304th, cash for remodelling work that was not done.

Deaths

Lucas County

Company, Thomas, 63, Tiffin, Ohio, pending.

Fashbaugh, Russell, 80, West Woodside Terrace, Holland, ischemic cardiomyopathy.

Funka, Mary, 96, Harroun Road, Sylvania, Alzheimer s disease.

Gilbert, Beulah, 81, Bellevue, Ohio, accident.

Gruszczynski, Eugene, 47, West Sylvania Avenue, pending.

Kiggins, Dorothy, 81, Townhouse Drive, Oregon, cancer.

Lamantia, August, 87, Cresthaven Lane, cancer.

Markley, Arthur, 84, Lyons, Ohio, intracranial hemorrhage

Nelson, Polly, 84, Ansonia Street, Oregon, Parkinson s disease.

Pellegrin, Helen, 86, Schmidlin Road, Oregon, metabolic encephalopathy.

Purgiel, Saundra, 67, Findlay, Ohio, abdominal aortic aneurysm.

Rice, Joyce, 79, Oak Grove Place, lewy body dementia.

Salyer, Adyn, 7 days, Willard, Ohio, ischemic encephalopathy.

Scott, Mallory, 10 mins, Sandusky, Ohio, pulmonary hypoplasia.

Sellers, John, 71, Munding Drive, Oregon, cerebrovascular accident.

Stark aka Wing-Stark, Lynnea, 23 days, Pinecrest Drive, sepsis.

Williams, Thomas, 58, Burnham Avenue, adenocarcinoma.

Divorces granted

Lucas County

Nikki Wueller from Robert DeLeon.

Caleb Bryant from Emily Wood.

Gail F. Dowling from W. Thomas Dowling.

W. Thomas Dowling from Gail F. Dowling.

Rebecca L. Deal from John Barron.

Gwendolyn Strong from Thomas Strong.

Deborah Joyce Corson from Steven Nelson Paro.

Diane K. Willrath from Ronald L. Gaudette, Sr.

Douglas A. Wagner from Julie I. Wagner.

Julie I. Wagner from Douglas A. Wagner.

Andrea Shaffer from Dorman Shaffer III.

Henry D. Epmyer from Naima Epmyer.

Miguel Alverez from Eliza Ann Luna.

Marriage dissolutions

Lucas County

Emily R. Fritz and Anthony J. DeSilvis.

Karen S. Heilman and George C. Heilman.

Robin L. Patterson and Dennis P. Patterson.

David W. Cook and Lora A. Carpenter.

Paul J. Swiergosz and Nancy Anne Swiergosz.

Diane M. Rhodes and Douglas K. Rhodes, Jr.

Timothy Mueser and Holly Mueser.

Daniel McCrary and Laurie McCrary.

Daniel Michael and Karen A. Michael.

Vera Rayman and Duane Rayman.

Erin M. Haney and Marc P. Haney.

Douglas Kukiela and Carrie Kukiela.

Georgia K. Adams and James M. Adams.

James P. Marshall and Lindsay B. Hardy.

Michael Neeb and Verette Neeb.

Paul Geiser and Carie Geiser.

Daniel Habinek and Jillian Fry.

Timothy J. Heibel and Amanda Goodwin Perrie.

Joseph S. Caruso and Susan L. Whiteman.

Jay A. Sheets and Toni L. Sheets.

Jennifer R. Bitter and Christopher J. Bitter.

Paul Wenzel, Jr., and Jennifer M. Brubaker.

Sunny R. Royer and Sean C. Royer.

Mark A. Henninger and Tanya L. Henninger.

Charles G. Pelland and Karen Pelland.



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