Loading…
Sunday, December 21, 2014
Current Weather
Loading Current Weather....
HomeHome
Published: Wednesday, 10/27/2010

Today's Log: 10-27

Births

Bay Park Community Hospital

Brandi Spetz, Toledo, boy, Oct. 25.

Mercy St. Charles Hospital

Brittany Calopietro, Northwood, girl, Oct. 21.

Sharde’ Hudlebeerg, Toledo, boy, Oct. 23.

Sonya and Jonathan Wielgopolski, Toledo, girl, Oct. 24.

Cynthia and David Garland, Toledo, girl, Oct. 24.

Toledo Hospital

Jillian and Carl Dollarhide, Toledo, boy, Oct. 13.

Kandice and Marcus Rodriquez, Toledo, girl, Oct. 20.

Jacqueline Andrews, Toledo, girl, Oct. 22.

Alicia Ruiz, Toledo, girl, Oct. 23.

Heidi and Michael Popovitch, Maumee, boy, Oct. 23.

Nicole Vance, Toledo, boy, Oct. 24.

Jodi and Kurt Gilford, Toledo, boy, Oct. 24.

Patricia and Brandon Myers, Toledo, girl, Oct. 24.

Jill and Simon Gundy, Swanton, boy, Oct. 25.

Beenish Durrani and Taimur Razzaq, Maumee, girl, Oct. 25.

Marriage licenses

Lucas County

Oct. 25, 2010

Brian Rospert, 30, financial advisor, and Danielle Keyes, 25, program coordinator, both of Maumee.

Benjamin Harmon, 25, teacher, and Sarah Nolan, 28, teacher, both of Toledo.

Jeffrey Ligman, 27, substitute teacher, and Kelly Davis, 26, nurse, both of Toledo.

Westley Fox, 47, laundry attendant, and Terry Liberty, 54, cook, both of Toledo.

Ronald Cabell, 36, carpenter, and Amanda Lopez aka Amanda Perez, 31, waitress, both of Toledo.

Brian Simmons, 22, network administrator, and Brandi McGowan, 22, game advisor, both of Maumee.

Edward Mothershed, 37, forklift operator, and Alison Thompson, 26, legal secretary, both of Toledo.

Colby Campbell, 27, forklift operator, and Heather Rowe, 27, administrative worker, both of Toledo.

George Davis II, 29, supervisor, of Toledo, and Sarah Mullins, 29, both of Erie, Mich.

Jason Gurzynski, 33, car man, and Bethany Cooper, 28, teacher, both of Sylvania.

Jeremy Gleason, 26, engineering tech nician, and Crystal Henry, 26, claims technician, both of Oregon.

Deaths

Lucas County

Abernathy, Barbara, 73, Brigham Street, cerebral vascular accident.

Baker, Michael, 28, West Crawford Avenue, pending.

Brown, Vanessa, 51, Birmingham Terrace, cancer.

Bukowski, Rita, 89, North Holland-Sylvania Road, dementia.

Dockery, Jimmy, 70, Continental, Ohio, respiratory failure.

Douglas, Erma, 65, Prouty Avenue, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease.

Gordon, Arlene, 69, Dunhill Drive, Sylvania, congestive heart failure.

Hopkins, Barbara, 72, Parkwood Avenue, heart disease.

Jacobs, Frances, 83, 323rd Street, acute coronary syndrome.

Johns, Deborah, 56, East Woodside Terrace, cirrhosis.

Page, Andrew, 92, Collingwood Boulevard, dementia.

Rabara, John, 83, Saturn Drive, massive empyema.

Rivers, Leonard, 81, Lincoln Avenue, can cer.

Sheffield, Mary, 89, 298th Street, cerebral vascular accident.

Stewart, Virginia, 82, Hilltop Lane, can cer.

Crime reports

Felonious assault

Sharod Taylor, shot in ankle on street at Lapier and Erie.

Robberies

Nathan Gray II, threatened with handgun, assaulted, and robbed of cash, cell phone, and shoes on street at Dorr and North Byrne.

Gregary Young, robbed of laptop on street at Franklin and East Strei cher.

Samuel Watson, assaulted and robbed of cell phone and wallet with cash when delivering pizza in driveway in 5600 block of Home Lane.

Patricia Moses, robbed of purse in parking lot in 1100 block of Artis Place.

Cindi Waynick, assaulted and robbed of wallet with cash at residence in 3100 block of Algonquin.

Burglaries

Shane Sroga, 400 block of Rockingham, desktop computer, printer, monitor, speakers, flat-screen television, and medicines.

James King, 800 block of Thornwood, cell phone and cash.

John Ramey, 1000 block of Starr, medicines.

James Kropf, 3800 block of West Sylvania, electric guitar, amplifier, DVD player-recorder, and flat-screen television.

Crystal Bagner, 300 block of South Detroit, two video game systems, video games, iPod with accessories, and desktop computer.

Keith Hubbell, 300 block of Rockingham, large-screen television, laptop computer, and video game system with games.

Thomas Balister, 800 block of Kingston, flat-screen television and laptop computer.



Guidelines: Please keep your comments smart and civil. Don't attack other readers personally, and keep your language decent. If a comment violates these standards or our privacy statement or visitor's agreement, click the "X" in the upper right corner of the comment box to report abuse. To post comments, you must be a Facebook member. To find out more, please visit the FAQ.








Poll