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Today's Log


Bay Park Community Hospital

Leatherann Lands, Toledo, boy, Friday.

Kelsey and Boyd J. Ernsthauser, Gibsonburg, boy, Sunday.

Flower Hospital

Julie and Joseph Brennan, Monclova, boy, Friday.

Jessica Kuhlenbeck, Toledo, boy, Friday.

Katelyn and Aaron Mazur, Toledo, boy, Saturday.

St. Luke s Hospital

Erin and Matt Gangway, Toledo, boy, Saturday.

Aandrea Graham, Toledo, girl, Sunday.

St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center

Kamilah Hughes, Toledo, girl, Thursday.

Dawn Thakur-Lyon and Christopher Lyon, Toledo, girl, Friday.

Jade Marie Anderson, Toledo, girl, Friday.

Toledo Hospital

Stacey Simpson, Toledo, boy, Saturday.

Lakesha Strong, Toledo, girl, Saturday.

Tiffane and Darnell Emery, Toledo, boy, Saturday.


Lucas County

Townsend, Lavonne, 71, Miller Street, volvulus.

Vadas, Charles, 87, Queenswood Boulevard, cancer.

Vass, Joseph, 88, Temperance, cancer.

Wallace, Franklin Jr., 50, Centennial Road, myocardial infarction.

Whitfield, Ruthie, 66, Walnut Circle, pending.

Wolters, Virginia, 85, Sylvania-Metamora Road, Sylvania, heart disease.

Restaurant inspections

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

Omni Sunshine, 5950 Waterville-Swanton, Swanton, inspected June 17. Critical violation: Deli meat must be properly date-marked. One noncritical violation. Inspector: Sara Becker.

Kroger, 4925 Jackman, inspected June 18. Critical violations: Watermelon halves are 51 degrees in the produce prep room at time of inspection. Melons were cut early this morning. Once cut open, melon is potentially hazardous food (PHF) and must be held cold at 41 degrees or lower. Barbecue chicken is 104 degree and fried chicken is 123 degrees in the hot holding unit below the chicken rotisserie. All PHF held hot must be held at 135 degrees or more. Chicken reheated to 165 degrees at time of inspection. Observed beef kabobs mixed with (raw) chicken kabobs and raw buffalo meat stored below raw ground turkey. To prevent cross-contamination, store raw poultry below other types of raw meats. Packages of shredded cheese are holding at 47-62 degrees in the hanging packages display case. The ambient air temperature of this case is 46 degrees. All PHF food must be held cold at 41 degrees or less. Adjust case and do not overfill case. The hanging bags of Mexican cheese in the open air case were holding at 43-54 degrees. All PHF must be held at 41 degrees or less to prevent the growth of bacteria. Do not overstock refrigerated case so air flow is not inhibited. The open air refrigerated case near the meat department holding watermelon, corn, and chicken salad was at 43 degrees. The watermelon was at 52 degrees and the chicken salad at 47 degrees. All PHF must be held cold at 41 degrees or less. Adjust cooler temperature accordingly. Five noncritical violations. Inspector: Gillian Wilke.

Carmel s Mexican Restaurant, 2947 Tremainsville, inspected June 23. Critical violations: Observed chili mac in walk-in cooler dated June 12 and beans dated June 14. Expired food must be discarded. Observed wet towels on bar and prep table. Store all wet towels in sanitizer bucket when not in use. The prep-top cooler near prep sink is holding PHF at 47-49 degrees. All PHF must be held cold at 41 degrees or less to prevent the growth of bacteria. Chicken and gravy on steam table holding at less than 135 degrees. All PHF must be held hot at 135 degrees or higher to prevent the growth of bacteria. The small prep-top is holding cheese and burrito sauce at 43-44 degrees. The cooler is at approximately 42 degrees. All PHF must be held cold at 41 degrees or less. Adjust cooler. The fajita prep-top cooler is holding PHF at 46-54 degrees. All PHF must be held at 41 degrees or less to prevent the growth of bacteria. Repair the cooler so it maintains proper temperatures. The dish machine on the small patio is not dispensing sanitizer. Contact repair. Four noncritical violations. Inspector: Wilke.

J. Alexander s, 4315 Talmadge, inspected June 23. Critical violations: Both under-counter dessert coolers are holding foods at 42-43 degrees. Adjust these coolers so that foods are held cold at 41 degrees or less. Chicken salad is holding at 43 degrees in the bottom of the prep-top cooler. There is also a large amount of standing water in the cooler. Repair the cooler so that it maintains proper temperatures and replace the broken drip pan to prevent water from contaminating food. Cooked pasta at 60 degrees. PHF must be held cold at 41 degrees or less. Pasta discarded. Rotisserie chickens are hot holding at 127-144 degrees. All portions of PHF must be held hot at 135 degrees or higher. Two chickens discarded. Hamburger is at 53 degrees and the ambient air temperature is 52 degrees inside the grill cooler. Repair this immediately so that food is stored at proper temperatures. Hamburger discarded. Raw chicken at 42 degrees and prime rib at 44 degrees in the walk-in cooler. Adjust the temperature of the walk-in cooler so that foods are held cold at 41 degrees. The dish machine is not properly sanitizing at the final rinse. Repair the dish machine immediately. Store all wet wiping cloths in sanitzer solution when not in use. One noncritical violation. Inspector: Kelly Sattler.

Madison Bistro of Toledo, 518 Madison, inspected June 23. Critical violations: Observed raw shell eggs at room temperature at 80 degrees. Discard eggs. To prevent bacteria growth, hold product at 41 degrees or less. Observed turkey at 53 degrees in prep-top cooler. To prevent the growth of bacteria, hold food cold at 41 degrees or less. Do not double pan food in prep-top cooler. Observed wet cloths on countertops. Store all wiping cloths inside the sanitizer buckets when not in use. Observed severe buildup and rust on the slicer. Properly clean and sanitize all surfaces on the slicer to prevent the growth of bacteria and protein build-up. Maintain in good condition. Replace if necessary. Clean all fans in the kitchen. Keep fans free of dust particles. Observed build-up on the inside of the soft drink holster. Clean and sanitize regularly to prevent mold and bacteria growth. Eight noncritical violations. Inspector: Kelly Cipiti.

Recent inspections found no violations at:

Sylvania Pacesetter Park, 8801 Sylvania- Metamora, Sylvania, inspected July 24.

Pacesetter Park #2, 8001 Sylvania- Metamora, Sylvania, inspected July 24.

Veterans Memorial Field, 5848 Woodrow, Sylvania, inspected July 24.

American Legion Post 320, 204 Illinois, Maumee, inspected July 25.

Anne Grady, 2139 South Byrne, inspected July 25.

Little Explorers Learning Center, 2600 Copland, inspected July 25.

Subway, 5903 Weckerly, Whitehouse, inspected July 25.

Ermie s Lounge, 1776 Arlington, inspected July 26.

Harry Hughes Horseman Haven, 5563 Waterville-Swanton, Swanton, inspected July 26.

Pure and Simple Bake Shop, 3723 North King, Sylvania Township, inspected July 25.

Sunoco, 6825 Finzel, Whitehouse, inspected July 25.

Marriage licenses

Lucas County

July 31, 2008

Michael Smolenski, Jr., 41, maintenance manager, and Michelle Mazzei, 40, communications director, both of Temperance.

David Rogier, 46, manager, and Jan Blanchard, 47, office manager, both of Whitehouse.

Octavius Grier, 31, and Jameelah Talley, 29, housekeeping, both of Toledo.

David Nakashima, 26, business owner, and Johanna Rhoades, 24, student, both of Toledo.

David Gilbert, Jr., 32, fabricator, and Gina Goad, 28, sports team manager, both of Toledo.

Gordon MacPherson, 38, truck driver, and Kristine Young, 40, driver, both of Sylvania.

Michael Jones, 32, agency director, and Emily Busch, 25, sales, both of Toledo.

Sammie McMullen, 65, retired, and Joyce Conway, 68, retired, both of Toledo.

Christopher Sullivan, 30, sales, and Michelle Francis, 31, operations manager, both of Toledo.

Thomas Puffenberger II, 28, attorney, and Rebecca Root, 27, CPA, both of Oregon.

Mario Castillo-Sang, 30, doctor, and Natalie Singer, 28, doctor, both of Toledo.

Ronald Bunch, 66, retired, and Zondia Cloum-Kill, 61, both of Monroe.

Peter Dawloms. 39, manufacturing, of Toledo, and Patrice Grierson, 35, teacher, of Montego Bay, Jamaica.

Frank Julian, 24, pharmacist, of Allen Park, Mich., and Elizabeth Velasquez, 23, chef, of Toledo.

Traffic injuries

July 25

2:47 p.m. Campbell and Sobieski. Hit-skip vehicle and auto of Jermaine Willis, 23, of Dorr, whose passenger, Matthew Smith, 24, of Hamilton, was treated at the University of Toledo Medical Center, formerly Medical College of Ohio Hospital.

July 26

3:38 p.m. 2000 block of Marengo. Auto of Erin McMillan, 24, of Island, and bicycle of Grace Elder, 6, of Marengo, who was treated at St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center.

4:52 p.m. East Delaware and Walnut. Auto of Sharie Anderson, 22, of East Hudson, and bicycle of Shahid McClellan, 16, of Brigham, who was treated at St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center.

5:13 p.m. Byrne and Glendale. Autos of Michael Stewart, 21, of Hill, and Cheryl Cheatham, 47, of Ryan, whose passenger, Mark Cheatham, 50, of Ryan, was treated at University of Toledo Medical Center, formerly Medical College of Ohio Hospital.

5:50 p.m. Secor and I-475 east exit ramp. SUV of David Malmquist, 52, of Tecumseh, Mich., and minivan of Jeffrey Taylor, 39, of Shooters Hill, whose passenger, Madison Taylor, 4, of Shooters Hill, was treated at Flower Hospital.

July 27

7:40 a.m. 500 block of Woodville. Auto of Joseph Nuzum, 32, of Camden, was admitted to St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center in fair condition after losing control and striking a utility pole.

7:30 p.m. Nebraska and City Park. SUV of Michael Smith, 34, of Hinde, and autos of Margie Fields, 20, of Belmont, and Sierra Marks, 21, of Christian, who was treated at Toledo Hospital.

July 28

11:27 a.m. Eastgate and Key. Auto of Paul Krukemyer, 77, of Pemberville, Ohio, and motorcycle of Jon Abele, 32, of Maumee, who was treated at University of Toledo Medical Center, formerly Medical College of Ohio Hospital.

2 p.m. 900 block of South Detroit. Autos of Fredric Reimann, 39, of Swanton, and Asia Boyd, 26, of Glanzman, who was treated at Toledo Hospital.

5:45 p.m. 4800 block of Lewis. Autos of Lindsay Burdick, 21, of Parrakeet, and Kenneth Tarry, 30, of Eldora, who with his passenger, Sara Tarry, 24, of Eldora, were both treated at Toledo Hospital.

5:59 p.m. 3800 block of West Alexis. Pickup truck of Wilbert Turner, 65, of Gorham, Sylvania, and motorcycle of Michael Elliott, 35, of Steffins, who was treated at Flower Hospital.

8:13 p.m. Phillips and north I-75. Autos of Alesha Smith, 30, of Bronson, and John Spross, 37, of Slater, who with his passenger, Renee McDaniel, 39, of Slater, were treated at St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center.

July 29

6:30 p.m. Richford and Lakewood. SUV of Rosetta Beaty, 62, of Price, and auto of Rolland Worthington, 47, of Linmore, who was treated at St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center.

Coroner s rulings

Lucas County

Howard Batey, 76, of Toledo, May 4 at Waterford Commons. Undetermined, combined drug toxicity.

John Evans, 42, of Toledo, March 28, at Hospice of Northwest Ohio Toledo Center. Undetermined, pneumocystis carini pneumonia.

Montrell Johnson, 27, of Toledo, June 17 at home. Accidental, sepsis due to stage IV sacral decubitus ulcer with corresponding osteomyelitis due to paraplegia sustained in automobile accident.

James Scally, 88, of Sandusky, at St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center. Accidental, multiple blunt force injuries to chest and abdomen sustained in auto accident.

Heidi Tanner, 17, of Carey, Ohio, May 23 at St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center. Accidental, diffuse cerebral injury sustained in auto accident.

Crime reports


Cynthia Jackson, of Toledo, bank card, identification, and cellular telephone by a man and a woman who struck her several times in the 1100 block of North Ontario about 1:30 a.m. Thursday.

The Student Bookstore, West Bancroft, clothing and hat from a clerk by a man about 1:40 p.m. Thursday.

Charter One Bank, West Alexis, cash from a teller by a man with a gun about 1:35 p.m. Tuesday.

Ronald Williamson, of Toledo, bicycle by several youths who punched him on Oak at Jay about 10:45 p.m. Tuesday.

Amanda Hall, of Toledo, shoes by several men who assaulted her with a glass bottle on Fassett at Utah about 10 a.m. Wednesday.

Deborah Burton, of Toledo, cash by a man with a knife in the 2900 block of Chase about 7:45 p.m. Wednesday.

Dennis Banks, of Toledo, jewelry by two men who punched and kicked him on Hazelhurst at West Sylvania about 9:30 p.m. Wednesday.

Julie Bowland, of Toledo, MP3 player, cellular telephones, knife, and jewelry by two youths with a gun in the 100 block of West Streicher about 11:35 p.m. Wednesday.

Richard Braun, of Toledo, wallet and contents by a man with a gun in the 3100 block of West Central about 12:40 a.m. Thursday.


Angie Bruce, Crittenden, TV, stereo system, cash, and jewelry.

Heather Raymond, Lodge, keyboard and computers.

Chad O Hair, Shadow, AM/FM/CD player, speakers, amplifier, and keys.

Doug Smith, California, handgun.

Renita McElya, Hollywood, DVDs, jewelry box, and jewelry.

Roosevelt Crenshaw, Lake Vista, washer and dryer from home in the 1600 block of West Bancroft.

Holly Griffin, East Pearl, copper pipes from home in the 3200 block of Chestnut.

Toys R Us, South Reynolds, no loss.

Attitudes Salon, Heatherdowns, cash and money bags.

Riker Products, Stickney, cash and computer.

Caesar s Show Bar, Jefferson, no loss.

Onrymen McCadney, Lagrange, handgun and cash.

Joretta Young, Brysen, jewelry and safe and contents.

Tim Martin, Walbridge, shotgun, handgun, and cellular telephone.

Lauren Hayes, North Erie, cash.

Kathy Everett, Commonwealth, cellular telephone and purse and contents.

Charles Harris, Locust, medication.

Brittany Gaston, Collingwood, video game.

Dennis Wisebaker, Brookhill, Sylvania, copper pipes from home in the 500 block of Orchard.

Emily Nesler, Glenwood, camera, case, memory cards, and iPod.

Cinco de Mayo, Adiran, TV, cash, and iPod from home in the 300 block of East Alexis.

Verna Willis, North Detroit, DVD movies.

Subway, South Reynolds, cash.

LaToya Frazier, East Lake, DVD player, CDs, checks, and computer tower.

Clifford Gordon, Schneider, no loss.

Hi-Way Auto, Lagrange, anti-freeze, tires, and tools.

Rica Yore, Byrneway, no loss.

Stacey Murray, East Grecourt, no loss.

Nicole, Woods, Airport, TVs, video game, and CD player.

Brenda Lake, Ketukkee, TV, video games, and cash.

James Blakemore, Buchanan, no loss.

Deandra Ward, Ventura, TV, video game, camera, laptop computer, and camcorder.

Gogel Warehouse, Southard, no loss.

Erika Connin, Jeannette, boom box.

Lisa Hager, Berwick, no loss.

Marvin Hinton, Austin, computer.


Lisa Eads, Brooklyn, Mich., GPS unit, phone charger, CD player, iPod, medication, flashlight, and tools from SUV in the 600 block of East Broadway.

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