Bay Park Community Hospital
Denise and Glenn Washington, Toledo, girl, Saturday.
St. Luke s Hospital
Shannon and Ian Farrell, Whitehouse, boy, Thursday.
Nancy Rieman, Holland, girl, Saturday.
Angeline Zeitler, Toledo, girl, Saturday.
St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center
Janell and William Ashley, Sylvania, boy, Friday.
Recently released inspection reports of Lucas County food-service operations:
Jed s, 855 South Holland- Sylvania, inspected June 9. Critical violation: Observedsanitizer in three-compartment sink less than 50 ppm and greater than 400 ppm in wiping bucket. Keep sanitizer level at 100 ppm. One noncritical violation. Inspector: Nick Kusina.
W.G. Grinders, 3344 Secor, inspected June 12. Critical violations: Fruit salad with cut melon in display cooler at 46 degrees. Adjust this cooler so that all foods maintain 41 degrees or less. Observed used utensils in backroom hand sink. This sink is only for hand washing not for storing or rinsing equipment or utensils. The back door of the facility was propped open at time of inspection. All doors must remain closed or install screen doors to prevent pests from entering facility. No wipe cloth bucket set up at time inspection. A wipe cloth bucket with the correct concentration of sanitizer must be set up at all times of operation so food prep surfaces can be properly sanitized. Two noncritical violations. Inspector: Kelly Sattler.
St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center, 2213 Cherry, inspected June 13. Critical violations: Observed cold holding drawers under the fryers holding between 41-51 degrees. To prevent bacteria growth, cold holding must be at 41 degrees or lower. Discard items that are holding above 47 degrees. Have unit serviced so it can maintain proper temperature. Observed oatmeal at 53-56 degrees in individual packaged containers. This product was improperly cooled. Food discarded. Tuna salad at 43-47 degrees. To prevent the growth of bacteria, keep cold products at 41 degrees or lower. Food discarded. Three noncritical violations. Inspector: Debbie Dacquisto.
Dollar General, 2857 Airport, inspected June 10. Critical violations: Observed raw shell eggs stored over juice containers in the two-door cooler. Store eggs on the bottom shelf to prevent cross contamination. One noncritical violation. Inspector: Jennifer Gottschalk.
Westwood Co., 2620 Airport, inspected June 10. Critical violations: No hot water available at the restroom hand sink. All hand sinks require both hot and cold running water for proper hand washing. This is a repeat violation, repair immediately. Walk-in cooler at 54 degrees. All coolers must maintain PHF at/or below 41 degrees. One noncritical violation. Inspector: Gottschalk.
BP/Barney s Convenience Mart, 3126 Secor, inspected June 11. Critical violations: Provide a full listing of ingredients for each type of doughnuts available at the self-serve counter. Observed a half gallon of milk stored in the ice bin of the ice machine. Do not store anything in ice machine or ice bins. One noncritical violation. Inspector: Sattler.
Monroe & Douglas Sunoco, 4142 Monroe, inspected June 11. Critical violations: Observed eggs stored above milk in walk-in cooler. Store all raw meats and eggs below ready-to-eat (RTE) food to prevent cross contamination. The three-compartment sink is completely blocked with excess storage of beverages prohibiting proper ware washing. Clear the area so that it can be used to wash, rinse, and sanitize the coffee pots and cappuccino components. Four noncritical violations. Inspector: Gillian Wilke.
Save A Lot, 3030 Monroe, inspected June 11. Critical violation: Smoked meat and bacon at improper temperatures in open case. All product required to maintain 41 degrees or less. Product more than 45 degrees removed. Thermostat was recently replaced on this case, It was adjusted to colder setting at time of inspection. Monitor temperature of cooler. One noncritical violation. Inspector: Dacquisto.
D&M Southwyck Lounge, 5345 Heatherdowns, inspected June 16. Critical violation: Observed mold an inside of ice machine. Remove and discard ice, wash, rinse, and sanitize entire ice machine. Use 200 ppm quat sanitizer. Inspector: Mike Brady.
Paris Nite Club, 1202 Front, inspected June 16. Critical violations: Wet towels on the bar. Set up quat sanitizer bucket to store wiping cloths when not in use and to clean surfaces. Taco meat date marked 5/29 in cooler. All PHF must be dated and used in seven days. Discard taco meat. Plumbing problem in basement. Contact company immediately to fix sewer problem. Three noncritical violations. Inspector: Gottschalk.
White Starr Bar, 1401 Starr, inspected June 16. Critical violation: Provide hand pump soap for the bar hand sink. All hand sinks must be stocked for proper hand washing. Two noncritical violations. Inspector: Gottschalk.
Haven Lounge, 12550 Airport, Swanton Township, inspected June 17. Critical violations: Walk-in and prep-top coolers holding foods over 41 degrees. All PHF must be held at 41 degrees or lower at all times. Have units serviced. One noncritical violation. Inspector: Sara Becker.
Mud Hens dessert, 406 Washington, inspected June 17. Critical violations: Observed hot dogs in warming drawers at 114-117 degrees. To limit bacteria growth, potentially hazardous foods in hot holding must maintain 135 degrees or above. Quat sanitizer in three-compartment and wipe cloth bucket at less than 200. To properly sanitize quat sanitizer must be at 200 ppm. Seven noncritical violations. Inspector: Kerry Cutcher.
Mud Hens Stadium 3 bull pen, 406 Washington, inspected June 17. Critical violation: Observed unlabeled spray bottle stored inside cotton candy maker. Store all chemicals below or away from all food and food-contact items. Be sure to label all spray bottles with common name of ingredients. Seven noncritical violations. Inspector: Cuther.
Mud Hens Stadium #4 fry stand and #4B grill, 406 Washington, inspected June 17. Critical violations: Observed cold food at unsafe temperatures in two-door cooler. All PHF held cold must be at 41 degrees or lower. Unsafe food voluntarily discarded. Observed hot food held at unsafe temperatures. Foods held hot must be maintained at 135 degrees or more. Utensils found stored in hand sink. The designated hand sink must never be blocked or used as storage. Five noncritical violations. Inspector: Julie Nye.
Mud Hens Stadium 5A Mexican and #5B ice cream, 406 Washington, inspected June 17. Critical violations: The cheese sauce machine is holding sauce at 118 degrees. All PHF must be held hot at 135 degrees or more to prevent the growth of bacteria. Observed food handler holding an ice cream cone without gloves. All food handlers must wear gloves when handling RTE foods. One noncritical violation. Inspector: Wilke.
Mud Hens Stadium #7 traditional, inspected June 17. Critical violation: Observed canned heat stored above open bags of peanuts. Store all chemicalsa below and away from food to prevent chemical contamination. Six noncritical violations. Inspector: Wilke.
Mud Hens Stadium #8 pizza, 406 Washington, inspected June 17. Critical violation: Package of cooked chicken dated June 10. Foods may only be held up to seven days, including the day the food was prepared or opened. Inspector: Sattler.
Mud Hens Stadium #9 Black Angus grill, 406 Washington, inspected June 17. Critical violations: Prep-top cooler is holding foods at 45-52 degrees at time of inspection. Adjust or repair the cooler so that all foods are held cold at 41 degrees or less. Ranch and cole slaw discarded at time of inspection. The bar cooler is holding at 43 degrees at time of inspection. Adjust or repair the cooler so that all items are held at proper temperatures. Three noncritical violations. Inspector: Sattler.
Mud Hens Stadium main kitchen, 406 Washington, inspected June 17. Critical violations: Canned heat being stored above plastic wrap. Store all chemicals away from or below all food or food contact surfaces to prevent contamination. Observed employee washing utensils in the hand sink. This sink is designated for hand washing only. Use the proper ware washing station to wash all utensils. Observed soft drink cooler holding at 44 degrees. To prevent growth of bacteria, cold holding must be at 41 degrees or lower. Service cooler so it can maintain proper temperatures. The two-door cooler in stand #10 is holding at 44 degrees. To prevent the growth of bacteria cold holding must be maintain at 41 degrees or below. Two noncritical violations. Inspector: Kelly Cipiti.
Ocean Garden Buffet, 821 West Alexis, inspected June 17. Critical violations: Wash produce only in the food prep sink. Do not use the hand sink for food prepping. Hand sink must be accessible at all times. Seven noncritical violations. Inspector: Stephen Perrine.
Seafood Restaurant, 5504 Alexis, inspected June 17. Critical violation: Observed burger pattie bins stored above steaks in walk-in cooler. Practice proper food storage order. Four noncritical violations. Inspector: Brandon Tester.
Gyro Town, 6732 West Sylvania, Sylvania Township, inspected June 18. Critical violation: No date marking on PHF in coolers. All PHF kept long than 24 hours must be properly date marked. One noncritical violation. Inspector: Tester.
Dippin Dots, 5001 Monroe, inspected June 19. Critical violations: Milk in glass door cooler at 44 degrees. All PHF must be held cold at 41 degrees or less at all times. Adjust or repair. All food handlers must wear a hat or hairnet. No hair restraints observed at time of inspection. Three-compartment sink is only set up to wash utensils. Sink must be set up to wash and sanitize. Employees may not eat in the food preparation area. All eating must be done outside the kiosk. Inspector: Sattler.
Elephant Bar Restaurant, 5001 Monroe, inspected June 19. Critical violations: Quat sanitizer is too low in the sanitizer buckets. Maintain sanitizer at proper levels and store wet wiping cloths in sanitizer when not in use. Raw chicken is at 70 degrees. All food must be prepared quickly enough so that proper temperatures are maintained. Noodles at 44 degrees in a cooler drawer on the cookline. Limit the amount of time foods are out at room temperatures during preparation and portioning. All PHF must be held cold at 41 degrees or less at all times. Observed food handler slicing and handling sushi rolls with bare hands. Bare hand contact with RTE food is not allowed. Gloves must be worn when handling sushi. One noncritical violation. Inspector: Sattler.
Scott Park Concession, 2050 Hill, inspected June 19. Critical violation: Provide a sanitizer bucket to store wet wiping towels. Chlorine bleach should test at 50-100 ppm. Two noncritical violations. Inspector: Wilke.
Wendy s, 1109 South, inspected June 20. Critical violations: Potato toppings were holding at 45-46 degrees in front of the shake toppings. Cold holding must be at 41 degrees or below to prevent bacteria growth. The first prep-top cooler is holding at 45-49 degrees. Discard cheese that is at 49 degrees. Cold holding must be at 41 degrees or less. The second prep-top cooler is holding at 48-55 degrees. Discard cheese that is 55 degrees. Cold hold at 41 degrees or lower to prevent bacteria growth. Service cooler and properly ice PHF until unit is repaired. Three noncritical violations. Inspector: Cipiti.
Godiva Chocolatier, 5001 Monroe, inspected June 16. Critical violation: The only approved bleach for use as a sanitizer is plain household bleach. Facility is using scented bleach, which may leave a residue on dishes. Three noncritical violations. Inspector: Sattler.
Big Sandy Campground, 4035 State Rt. 295, Swanton Township, inspected June 17. Critical violation: Keep raw shell eggs at the bottom of the cooler to prevent cross contamination. Inspector: Becker.
Recent inspections found no violations at:
Toledo Zoo Karamu BBQ, 2700 Broadway, inspected July 14.
Toledo Zoo Kabanda beverage, 2700 Broadway, inspected July 14.
Cracker Barrel Old Country Store, 1395 Ford, Maumee, inspected July 15.
Our Precious Angels, 2340 Holland-Sylvania, inspected July 15.
Sunset House-Sunset Court, 4020 Indian, inspected July 15.
Wendy s, 914 Conant, Maumee, inspected July 15.
Parkway Place, 2592 Parkway, Maumee, inspected July 17.
Big Lots, 3946 West Alexis, inspected July 11.
Office Max, 6520 Centers, Springfield Township, inspected July 15.
West Central Carryout, 8256 Central, Springfield Township, inspected July 19.
July 24, 2008
Matthew Rome, 27, teacher, and Kelli Reichstadt, 23, office manager, both of Toledo.
Ryan Vandevelde, 23, PM technician, of Waterville, and Kiley Homegardner, 21, teller, of Whitehouse.
Richard Schoch, 37, barber, and Esperanza Gonzalez, 27, both of Toledo.
Robert Caywood, 27, chaplain, and Elizabeth Geisinger, 24, teacher, both of Toledo.
Eric Anderson, 31, machine operator, and Angela Nailor, 37, waitress, both of Toledo.
Shawn Bouyer, 39, police officer, and Brandy Theisen, 35, assistant, both of Toledo.
Daniel Jahns, 25, mechanic, and Brenda Thompson, 34, homemaker, both of Toledo.
Raymond Hall III, 23, mechanic, and Candice Frederick, 18, food clerk, both of Toledo.
Edward Presley, 49, auto worker, and Denise Wright, 46, nurse, both of Toledo.
Jeremy Meier, 31, professor, of Toledo, and Adrian King, 30, counselor, of Mount Pleasant, Mich.
Joshua Bollin, 24, electrician, and Cori Rosinski, 27, retail sales, both of Toledo.
Michael Florez, 48, factory worker, and Lisa Welsh aka Florez, 37, shipping clerk, both of Sylvania.
Jesus Moya, 35, conductor, and Sarah Chovanec, 30, secretary, both of Holland.
Christopher Freeman, 24, registered nurse, and Shalina Virani, 25, physical therapist assistant, both of Toledo.
Amador Augusta, cash by three men who punched him and struck him in the head with a glass beer bottle in the 600 block of Western about 7:45 p.m. Thursday.
Montiese Stone, wallet, cell phone, cigarettes, and candy by two men at Huron and Walnut at 4:30 p.m. Thursday.
Christina Miller, cash by a man with a gun at Adams and 18th at 10:15 p.m. Wednesday.
Catherine Rudolph, North Haven, two guitars.
Target Advantage, Matzinger, steel plates, aluminum oil pans, batteries, truck tires, steel tubing, outdoor chairs, and picnic table.
Leonard Stovall, Alvin, loss is undetermined.
Liberty Collision, South Byrne, loss is undetermined.
Willie Robinson, North Detroit, TV, stereo speakers, video game system, and DVD player from storage facility in the 4600 block of Jackman.
Christina Miller, Middlesex, TV.
George Streepey, Maumee, tools from vehicle in parking lot in the 5300 block of Airport.
Natalie Haven, Thornton, video game, video cartridges, DVD player, jewelry, and tools.
David Greisiger, Schneider, TV/DVD player, coin collection, and jewelry.
Richard Kenyon, Timberlawn, change and ring.
Sandra Konwinski, Brighton, weed trimmer.
Randal Ortman, Jefferson, no loss.
Cornelias Madison, Indiana, stove, refrigerate, and copper pipes.
Nkechinye Okpah, Burbank, laptop computer and TV.
Cateshia Manning, Silverside, video game and key.
Daniel Haley, Holly Hill, no loss.
Cared Vending, Inverness, tools, cash, and food.
Fahad Khaldi, Spring Hollow, laptop computer.
Perry Simmons, Belmont, TV.
Dorothy Perry, Potomac, auto, cellular telephone, GPS unit, iPod, TV, and wallet and contents.
Rose Wachowiak, Collingwood, table, chairs, lawn mower, and ladder.
Donna Wilkinson, Vinton, jewelry.
Roger Kosch, Airline, damage to doors.
TJ Roberts, East Oakland, no loss.
Christine Case, Sunnyside, TV, VCR tapes, and CDs from storage facility in the 4600 block of Jackman.
Jodi Nadeau, Secor, no loss.
Damani Mincey, Monroe, jean shorts and cell phone.
Edwin Offet, Ryewyck, TV, surround sound, watches, and laptop computer.
Tom Walsh, Ryewyck, jewelry.
Karen Gross, Muirfield, jewelry, camcorder, and computer disks from residence.
Arrica Okenka, Davids Creek, three-wheel bicycle from the 3400 block of Chase.
Arrica Okenka, Davids Creek, power wheelchair from 3500 block of Elm.
Toledo Edison, Schneider, copper wire from business property.
Douglas Knitz, Muirfield, checkbook from residence.
Mallory Jenkins, Densmore, iPod, laptop computer with case, and CDs from vehicle at residence.
Swan Creek 4 Seasons, Four Seasons, central air conditioning unit from apartment building.
Lucas Metropolitan Housing, Poplar, copper pipe from rental property in the 1100 block of Idaho.
Steven Hertle, East Hudson, checkbook, satellite radio receiver, and bag of personal items from vehicle at Manhattan and Stickney.
Circuit City, Monroe, two TVs from business.
Stacy Decker, Findlay, laptop computer from vehicle in the 3200 block of Parkwood.
Winterfield Academy, Wenz, aluminum downspouts from building.
Byran Benedict, Evergreen, radar detector and trumpet.
Robert Striker, Okemos, Mich., furniture, chandelier, and mattress set from the 3900 block of Hazelhurst.
Marie Watkins, Fitchland, wallet and contents from Secor at West Central.
Nikk Villarreal, Spencer, DVDs from residence.
Jamie Robinson, South Dixie, Erie, Mich., purse and contents from auto in the 1200 block of East Alexis.
Larry Layson, Maplewood, AM/FM/TV, sunglasses, jewelry, hair clippers, CDs, camera, gym bag, clothing, and radar detector from auto in the 1100 block of Wenz.
Mindy Rizer, Jermain, checkbook, MP3 player, CDs, and change from SUV at home.
Mark Faunt, Brussels, copper pipe from rental property.
Linda Campbell, Middlesex, bank and credit cards from wallet at shopping plaza at West Central and Secor.
Leilani Lipinski, Gramercy, credit card and identification from vehicle at residence.
Sha-ron Henson, Willys, purse and contents from vehicle in parking lot in the 2800 block of Lagrange.
Janice Nolte, Tamarack, wallet and contents from purse while at church festival in the 6100 block of Hill.
Rolando Tello, Lansing, bass guitar, wallet and contents, and clothing from vehicle at East Oakland and Stickney.
12:22 a.m. 2100 block of West Laskey. Autos of Carmen Rodriguez, 21, of Jamison, and Kara Hutchinson, 28, of Swanton, who was treated at St. Anne Mercy Hospital.
1:25 a.m. 200 block of West Alexis. Hit-skip vehicle and hit-skip driver of auto whose passenger, Alicia Ruiz, 20, of South Ottawa Cove, was treated at Toledo Hospital.
2:03 a.m. South Hawley and Orchard. Scooter of Nicholas Wright, 27, of Orchard, who was treated at University of Toledo Medical Center, formerly Medical College of Ohio Hospital, after losing control and falling off.
2:55 a.m. 4000 block of Jackman. Hit-skip auto and auto of Alannah Martinez, 17, of Bowen, who was treated at St. Anne Mercy Hospital.
2:37 p.m. 3000 block of Douglas. Auto of Josue Soto, 23, of Swanton, and SUV of Kristie Soncraint, 33, of Anderson, who was treated at Toledo Hospital.
3:36 p.m. Front at I-280 entrance. Pickup truck of Kevin Veres, 25, of Oregon, and bicycle of Bradley Perez, 17, of Consaul, who was treated at St. Charles Mercy Hospital.
4:50 p.m. Telegraph and New Towne Square. Pickup truck of Joshua Moore, 21, of Newport, Mich., and auto of Cody Defalco, 16, of Temperance, who was treated at Toledo Hospital.
1:55 p.m. Secor and West Central. Auto of Anne McAuliffe, 37, of Densmore, and SUV of Demitrice Allen, 35, of Yates, who was treated at Toledo Hospital.
8 a.m. 3500 block of Sylvania. Autos of Loraine Muhlenkamp, 18, of Celina, Ohio, and Jeremy Wertz, 26, of Saint Clement, who was treated at Flower Hospital.
Baldwin, Juanita, 88, Liberty Center, Ohio, pending.
Brown, Tyland, 14 days, Southgate Circle Drive, pending.
Clayborne, Thomas, 60, Southbriar Road, epileptic seizure.
Dandareau, Betty, 87, Browning Road, Waterville, Alzheimer s disease.
Edwards, Willie, 92, Lawrence Avenue, sepsis.
Furniss, Marvin aka Thomas, 69, Sycamore Lane, Waterville, congestive heart failure.
Hitts, Mary, 73, Yorktown Drive, Oregon, sepsis syndrome.
Humbarger, Judith, 68, Luckey, Ohio, coronary artery disease
Jackson, Annie, 94, 2125 Parkwood, bowel obstruction.
Krompak, Andrew, 90, Northwood, coronary artery disease.
Lawrence, Gail, 41, West Bancroft Street, pending.
Pollard, Elene, 78, Wayne, Ohio, sepsis.
Reeves, James, 76, South Coy Road, Oregon, myocardial infarction.
Schuler, Michael, 49, Chorus Lane, cerebrovascular infarction.
Smith, Gloria, 68, Westacre Lane, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.
Sprinkle, Evelyn, 89, Bowling Green, accident.
Tandler, Charles, 78, 288th Street, myocardial infarction.
Ward, Thomas, 60, Mayville Place, cancer.
Weiker, Cheri, 52, Green Springs, Ohio, accident.
Wiemer, Mary, 82, Liberty Center, Ohio, heart disease.
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