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Thursday, July 24, 2014 - Mason County Journal - Page A-17 continued from page A-16 July 18 Sarah Joclyn Olivas, 34, of the 1500 block of East Johns Prairie Road in Sheiton, was booked at 12:29 a.m. on suspicion of murder in the first degree. July lg lan David Clark, 39, of Shel- ton, was booked at 10:58 a.m. on suspicion of posses- sion of a stolen vehicle and possession of stolen prop- erty in the second degree. July 21 Joshua Martin Troy Pe- terson, 20, of the 10000 block of state Route 3 in Bremerton, was booked at 11:20 a.m. on suspicion of trafficking in stolen prop- erty in the first degree. Marcus Kaleookekai Derego, 28, of the 400 block of Cronquist Road in Allyn, was booked at 7:28 p.m. on suspicion of DWLS in the third degree. Michael Mark Mefford, 54, of the 100 block of South 12th Street in Sheiton, was booked at 8:09 p.m. on suspicion of possession of a controlled substance and burglary in the second degree. Beau Edward Nugent, 33, of Southeast Squi Aitl Place in Shelton, was booked at 9 p.m. on sus- picion of possession of a controlled substance and possession of a dangerous weapon. FOOD INSPECTIONS Food inspections are 41 degrees. Potentially provided by the Mason hazardous food must be County Department of cold held at 41 degrees Health. Cntical violations or less. Adjust storage or (red) and noncritical via- thermostat immediately. lations (blue) are listed, June 5: Rise and Grind and are assigned a point -- No deficiencies value based on their se- June 5: Taco's La Oax- riousness. Critical viola- aquena -- No deficien- tions, if left uncorrected, cies are more likely to lead to June 6: Casey's Bar and food contamination or Grille -- Red (5 points): foodbome illness. Non- Food worker cards critical violations do not not current for all food directly relate to causing workers. Red (5 points): foodbome illnesses, but Proper cold holding tam- could hinder the opera- peratures (5 points if 42 tion of the restaurant. Es- to 45 degrees). Fish in tablishments are typically prep cold hold and ham- inspected once or twice burger and eggs in white each year. standup fridge tested between 42 and 45 de- June 8: Union Country grees. Adjust thermostat Store -- Red (5 points): or storage immediately. Food worker cards not Potentially hazardous current for all food work- food must be hold held ers. at 41 degrees or less. June 4: Blondie's -- No June 6: La Morelence deficiencies (Market) -- Red (5 June 4: Kapowsin Air points): Food worker DBA Jumpers -- Blue cards not current for all (5 points): Food contact food workers. Red (15 surfaces maintained, points): Food contact cleaned, sanitized. No surfaces and utensils bleach water bucket used for raw meat thor- for cleaning. Bucket of oughly cleaned and bleach water must be sanitized; no cross con- on hand at all times and tamination. Meat cutter used to wipe surfaces, and meat storage rack June 4: Sister's Restau- not thoroughly cleaned. rant -- Red (5 points): All food contact surfaces Proper cold holding must be cleaned and temperatures (5 points if sanitized. Do so imme- 42 to 45 degrees). Vari- diately. ous foods on top of prep June 6: La Morelense cold hold tested above Butcher Shop & Res- taurant -- Red (5 points): tential food contamination June 24: Belfair Grocery Food worker cards not cur- prevented during delivery, -- No deficiencies rent for all food workers, preparation, storage and June 24: El Sarape 3 -- June 11: Lake Trask -- No display. Meats in freezer Blue (5 points): Potential deficiencies stored in boxes on thefood contamination pre- June 13: Bizou Bistro -- floor. All foods in storage vented during delivery, (pre-opening inspection) must be at least 6 inches preparation, storage and No deficiencies off the floor. Adjust star- display. Meat in containers June 18: Burger King -- age immediately. Red (10 stored on floor in walk-in No deficiencies points): Proper cold holding cooler. All food must be June 18: Valley Espresso temperatures (5 points in stored at least 6 inches off -- No deficiencies 42 to 45 degrees) various the floor. Meat moved to June 19: El Sombrero -- foods in prep cold holding shelf. Corrected during in- Red (10 points): Proper tested between 44 and 52 spection. Red (10 points): cold holding tempera- degrees. All potentially haz- Proper cold holding tem- tures (5 points if 42 to ardous foods must be cold peratures (5 points if 42 45 degrees). Potentially held at 41 degrees or less. to 45 degrees). Potentially hazardous food stored in Adjust storage and thermo- hazardous food on cold prep cold hold and walk- stat immediately, prep hold tested at 48 to in fridge tested at 44 to June 19: Teriyaki Wok -- 52 degrees. Must be cold 51 degrees. All potentially Blue (5 points): Potential held at 41 degrees or less. hazardous foods must be food contamination pre- Food in containers put on kept cold at 41 degrees vented during delivery, ice. Corrected during in- or less. Cooling units may preparation, storage and spection. need to be serviced. Ad- display. Delivery of po- June 24: Home Meat Ser- just storage or thermostat tentially hazardous foods vice -- No deficiencies immediately, stored on floor in kitchen. June 24: Miako Teriyaki June 19: Fair Harbor Ma- All potentially hazardous No. 5 -- No deficiencies rina Grocery -- No deft- foods must be stored 6June 27: Bronze Bean ciencies inches off the floor. Food Cafe -- No deficiencies June lg: Pine Tree Restau- was moved to freezer. Car- June 27: Union River Grill rant - Blue (5 points): Po- rected during inspection. -- No deficiencies I New Patient Special i I Exam & X-Rays , With Coupon Shelton Dental Center Expires 7/31/2014 I (360) 861-8318 / 410 West Main Street, Elma WA www.ElmaFamilyDental.com 98541 (360) 426-8401 / 360.GO.BRUSH (462-7874) www.SheltonDentaICenter.com 1829 Jefferson Street Shelton WA, 98584 . The Mason County Journal is available at these locations: She~ton Allyn Agate Store Allyn Market Airport Grocery Arcadia Chevron Be~fair Arco AM/PM Bear Creek Store Bayshore Store Happy Hollow Brad's Texaco Sunset Beach Grocery Cily Center Motel Allyn Market Deer Creek Store Belfair Grocery Doo's Donuls Scott Downtown Food Mart Ben's Dell Mart Fred Meyer JRs Hideaway Fresh Start Market North Shore Place Lilliwoup James Food Mart QFC Eldon Store Komilche Trading Post Safeway Lake Limerick DJ'S Mini Mort Sondy's Dell Mart Matlock Utile Creek Resort/Hotel Short Stop Dell & Grocery Mattock Store Lynch Creek Floral Mason General Hospital Dayton McCleary Girl Shop Dayton Grocery Gordon's Market Medicine Shoppe Mickey's Dell Bucks Prairie Olympia Olympic Bakery Bucks Prairie Store Island Market Olympic Food Mart Steamboat Trading Post Rooster's Safeway Sage Book Store Shelton Cinemas Shelton Uquor & Wine Shelton Post Office Shelton Market Fresh Shelton Texaco Spencer Lake Grocery Steph's Espresso Taylor Towne Store Urraco Coffee Walmart ttoodsport Hood Canal Grocery Skokomish Lake Cushman Grocery Twin Totems Laurie's Gift & Uquor Union Alderbrook Country Store Hunter Farms Mason County r rl